Episode 3: Trampoline parenting

Joining Matthew this week is Clemmie Stewart, Head of Surbiton High Prep Schools and Rebecca Glover, Principal of Surbiton High School. We discuss the new concept of 'trampoline parenting' and the positive advantages it offers parents and children.

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Joining Matthew this week is Clemmie Stewart, Head of Surbiton High Prep Schools and Rebecca Glover, Principal of Surbiton High School.

We discuss whether your parenting style can influence and shape the development of your child – and how a new concept called 'trampoline parenting' could help everyone.

To find out more about 'trampoline parenting', please see Clemmie and Rebecca's website for further details.

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Clemmie Stewart is Head of Surbiton High Prep Schools.

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Rebecca Glover is Principal of Surbiton High School.

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Matthew Smith is the Editor of Attain.

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