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Mums Half Hour Episode Three: Join Us Live

The panel discuss going back to school, separation anxiety and how to get organised for the new term

 Show date: 12th August     Show time: 1:30pm 

Seeing your child go off to school for the first time can be one of the proudest and yet emotionally difficult moments as a parent. Whether you’re a working or stay-at-home mum, separation affects us in different ways. Going back to school, after spending the whole of the summer holidays with your children, can be hard for them and also for you.  

As well as the stress of separation alone, going back to school requires almost as much planning as the summer holidays themselves, from getting your children back into a sensible bedtime routine to making sure you that all their school clothes, shoes and supplies are sorted. 

No one understands these issues more than our panel of mums for the next episode of Mums Half Hour. Joining us live to discuss and answer your questions live for episode three, are Janine Moore, Jayne Everson and Emily Carlisle. 

This webTV show will be live and interactive, with the panel taking your questions and thoughts so if you have something to say, they want to hear it! 

Our panel join us live online at www.youtube.com/startriteshoes on 12th August at 13.30 to discuss children going back to school.

Watch episode two here - our very own Yolanda Barker was a panel member

For another chance to win a year’s supply of Start-rite shoes, log onto www.youtube.com/startriteshoes and submit a question along with your contact details 

For more information visit www.youtube.com/startriteshoes


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