We want to start a family
(PRWeb UK) April 27, 2011
Outsourcing homework and indeed general education is by far the most likely scenario for our future king and queen. Indeed, debates as to which nursery, prep and boarding school future royal children will be going to are already raging in this pre-wedding sense of excitement.
With both having achieved their academic success through boarding school, it is rumoured they are looking for a more involved role in terms of educating any future offspring. However if they chose not to outsource education there are a couple of sobering facts to consider:
1. A recent survey by the Office of National Statistics reported that a typical working parent was spending a total of just 35 minutes a day 'looking after' children.
2. Maths is the subject that parents have the greatest difficulty with in terms of supporting their child’s Homework- 37%.
With this is mind Kate and Wills might go for another academic first and chose to embrace an online 21st century learning option as part of the solution. Maths-Whizz for example promotes happiness in numbers, underpinned by a serious learning programme that guarantees results and is delivered in a way that creates engagement through play for children. It is successful because it is based on self-directed learning for the student, positive engagement for the parent and classroom motivation for the teacher.
The reason this 21st century couple might embrace this innovative solution is simple. As a forces couple they will love the fact that education can be delivered positively -any place, any time and online and they can share in their child’s growing confidence and success even if they are elsewhere in the world. Having both often been parented remotely, they will understand that that being a positive participant in their child’s learning journey is priceless.
A spokesman for the Royal Couple declined to comment.
Maths-Whizz are winners of the 2011 ERA Innovation Award and raise standards in maths for over 70,000 5-13 year olds world-wide. For more information please go to http://tinyurl.com/mathswindsors or call Madeleine White on 07903 125684