My daughter Chloe was a reluctant reader and I started her at Leaders are Readers Saturday School. She has made great progress, but I don't want it to slip away over the long hols. And left to her own devices, she's still not going to grab a book or maths worksheet of her own accord! Lol!
So I've decided to book her for Leaders are Readers Summer School. I went along to a presentation just recently. They will make sure she doesn't forget what she's learnt. And she's still got plenty of time to relax/play/have friends over.
The vision of me trying to encourage (worst still - force her) to read and revise maths leaves me cold! It's money well spent in my book, and money I'd only be spending trying to keep her entertained.
What are others' views about slipping out of study habit during the holidays?