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How does language make us human?

We use language every day without thinking about it. We speak, read, and maybe even think in our language. If we consider what language is and how it works, we realise that it is an incredible ability. It makes us different from all other animals on Earth. WHAT IS HUMAN

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Dreams: What, Why and How?

WHAT ARE DREAMS? Dreams are images or stories that our mind creates. They come from our subconscious (our mind when it is not actively thinking) whilst we sleep. Sleeping occurs in a cycle and in this cycle are different stages of sleep. We dream when we are at the end

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The Emotional Effects Of Periods

Periods happen to many girls and women every month. This means that they are a big part of female life. However, sometimes they might feel uncomfortable to talk about. HOW DO WOMEN FEEL DURING THEIR PERIODS? Each woman has a unique experience of her period. Some women feel the same

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Breakfast: the most important meal of the day

Eating breakfast gets the day off to a good start by giving your body energy and important ingredients to keep you healthy. Establishing a good breakfast routine can help to maintain a good diet. You will be getting a source of important food groups such as carbohydrates (like bread and

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‘Hands Off Our Girls’

‘Hands Off Our Girls’ is a movement that was started in 2018 by Fatima Bio, the First Lady of Sierra Leone. The movement is a reaction to sexual violence committed against women and teenage girls who fall pregnant as a result of this. WHAT ARE THE FOCUSES OF THE CAMPAIGN?

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Why Creative Education Is Important

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CREATIVE AND ACADEMIC EDUCATION: Academic education involves the studying of certain subjects which are more analytical. For example, in Zambia the most common academic subjects studied are mathematics, environmental science and Zambian languages. Creative education is a way of teaching children to think independently and to use

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What is Dyspraxia?

Dyspraxia is also known as ‘Developmental Coordination Disorder’ (DCD). It is a ‘Specific Learning Difficulty’ (SpLD) in adults and children. An SpLD is a difficulty with processing information. Dyspraxia primarily affects physical movements, or ‘motor skills’. It can also impact memory, speech, and planning and organisational abilities, like organising work.

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