Should children study in the summer holidays?

Vivienne Stiles tutors children aged between four and 16 throughout the summer.
They attend a class twice a week, and are given between 15 and 90 minutes of maths and English homework every day.
“Children’s brains need to be stimulated throughout the holidays,” she says.

Limiting time online ‘won’t protect children’

UK teenagers have some of the highest rates of internet use in the developed world – something that has a strong link to lower levels of well-being. The Education Policy Institute study said restricting usage can prevent children gaining the digital skills and emotional resilience to keep them safe.