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HOW TO SURVIVE HOME SCHOOLING

Over 750,000 Kiwi children have been sent home from school to continue their lessons amid the coronavirus scare. While schools have done all they can, providing learning packs and online classrooms for pupils, parents – many now working from home – may feel overwhelmed as the shift changes the family dynamic and risks frayed emotions.

Natasha Tiwari, psychologist, educationalist and CEO at

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