In primary school, children are split into small maths groups or ‘sets’ according to their ability. This is usually done within the same classroom and taught by one teacher, but each set has to complete different maths tasks based on their academic ability.

Being put in the wrong maths set can be demotivating for children, especially if they’re put in a set lower than they were expecting. However, the majority of primary schools try to disguise set levels by using group names such as red, yellow and green, instead of top, middle or bottom groups. This avoids unhelpful comparisons between children and parents.
Like most parents, you may not want to travel with your new baby. Since newborns need lots of attention, most moms prefer staying at home with them to ensure they’re well taken care of. Traveling long distances or going on holiday can be difficult to manage with a newborn. However, with proper planning, you can still make the travel enjoyable. 
It’s not possible to take the entire nursery with you, but you can carry a few essentials that will make parenting smooth during the trip. But when we talk about necessary baby items to take on a holiday, is a pram one of them?
Your baby will be sleeping for the better part of the time, and carrying them around while they’re asleep is tiresome. You, therefore, need something to relieve you of the burden. A pram, in this case, would be ideal. With it, you can comfortably carry your sleeping baby wherever you go. However, before you settle on taking one with you, you need to weigh the possibilities depending on the means of travel and the nature of the trip. 
Here are some things to consider before taking a pram with you.


When it comes to tourist destinations in the Philippines, Iloilo Province is one of those the combines rustic charm and urban feel in a perfect Harmony. From scenic islands and beaches to cultural and heritage sites—not to mention extra-delicious food—you’ll get a bit of everything in Iloilo.

For first timers in the province and its capital, Iloilo City—the so-called “La Muy Leal Y Noble Ciudad” (Most Loyal and Noble City) —it’s best to go for packaged Iloilo tours for a smoother, faster, and hassle-free experience. You’re also guaranteed to get value for money! After you’ve found and booked your ideal tour, it’s time to prepare your itinerary with the help of this handy guide on where to go in Iloilo.