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Anna Hill

Anna Hill

Manchester, GB
Love being a mum to my 5-year-old boy, 2-year-old girl and a beautiful Golden Retriever, even if it means extra cleaning and cooking for picky palates. Photography is my new hobby. I also love batman, wine and beaches.

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Banker mum of two

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20Nov

In the short term no, but we can certainly educate both children and adults about the harm cyber bullying does, and provide some deterrents. I think ...

14Nov

Do you ever get frustrated at your child’s seeming lack of common sense? I imagine it’s a universal parental experience. But a recent study claimed ...

13Nov

I tried signing up for Pheed to see what all the fuss was about, but it seems to be a hybrid of Facebook and Twitter that takes feeds from both, and ...

12Nov

Not that those Danish-born little plastic bricks have gone anywhere – oh no – but they’ve changed

12Nov

I keep every single piece of art work and display a few pieces and rotate when new works come in from school. Check out my blog article from a while ...

12Nov

I put it up on the wall for a bit and then it goes into a frame for permanent display, a box or the trash. I think that it shows children that you ...

11Nov

Like all adult social media platforms there will be different levels and sub cultures using it to network. Instagram is full of adult content, guns ...

11Nov

Tablet computers are likely to feature on more kids' Christmas lists this year that ever before and the Apple iPad is still one of the most ...

11Nov

What do you do with your child's artwork?

08Nov

First of all, you're doing the right thing. Both Call of Duty: Black Ops games are [rated M for ...

07Nov

From a personal standpoint I must say I disagree entirely with this concept. I believe there needs to be change in our education system but this is ...

07Nov

Having come from one of those 'poorest' families, my seven brothers and sisters and I were lucky in that we had parents who believed it was education ...

07Nov

Can Roku save you money?

04Nov

I am involved with something similar (if less academic) myself. I'm reviewing apps for pre-school and primary age children through qualitative ...

04Nov

This is a great question, and one I grappled with myself with my youngest (there were no iPads when my eldest children were toddlers). This answer is ...

04Nov

Get competitive and use [Strava.](http://quib.ly/what-is/strava/) Fastest to the tree and back must be a challenge on there.

25Oct

I'm not sure what is meant by 'dangerous' here, there are a wide variety of risk to both individuals and their PC's, but this document from McAfee ...

24Oct

I certainly do not agree with the headteacher since a birthday party is a personal event and not a school excursion. BUT - in my experience the ...

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