This Month's Cover Stories
From kite-flying and Raleigh bike racing to taking tea and cakes at the Ritz or settling down with an Enid Blyton book, here is the A to Z of a truly British childhood
A Very English Affair
Famous for her love of red, white and blue, we take tea with Emma Bridgewater, the quintessentially patriotic potter
Brit-Nannia Rules The Waves
Prim and proper, preened and pretty, the archetypal English nanny is sought after the world over… so what are the qualities that have earned them this reputation?
With the egg-and-spoon race and an all-in tug-of-war on the day's agenda, the highlight of every school calendar is sports day
The IQ Test
Is it possible to nurture a child genius? We put four well known 'IQ improvers' – DVD's, breakfast foods, fish oils and breastfeeding – to the test
The Curse Of The Cussing Toddler
As your toddler discovers the richness of language, sooner or later she may utter some words you would rather she ignored… Oh fiddle-dee-dee.
Tea Cakes And Make-Believe Mates
A vivid imagination is great but what happens when an invisible friend turns up for dinner?
Rock In The UK!
Part One of our ultimate guide to the most child-friendly music festivals around the UK. This month, we look at festivals throughout June and July
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