Who We Are
We are educational consultants who provide a variety of educational activities and family advice. These include- offering advice in parenting styles; personal support with weekly food budgeting and step-by-step recipes; financial planning and career development. We also run Breakfast and After-school clubs; half-term and holiday school/play schemes; Maths, English and Science, IT and Music tutoring work-shops.
To help and educate people to discover who they are not what they are.
Our purpose is supporting families and children to believe in themselves and unlock their potential.
Moonlight Family works hard to provide good experiences for our children, we create a happy environment to enable children to both work and play hard. We encourage children as members of Moonlight Family to respect each other and believe in themselves. We work with parents to achieve the same goals through positive enforcement of discipline of our children
We encourage children;
– To believe in themselves
– Be kind and sincere
– Respect other people
– Be gentle and thoughtful
– Be patient and forgiving
– Have a can do attitude
– Work hard and persevere
– Never give up
– Be respectful of other people’s property
The Moonlight Family idea was born years ago when I was studying my BA (Hon) in Child Development. I chose a dissertation topic “Low Socio-economic Impact on Parents with Young Children.” I found that most children from this particular group are more likely to be at the bottom of educational attainment and their chances of high social mobility was very low. The evidence was that this pattern was repeated across generations. I realized that we needed a pragmatic approach in order to eradicate this problem but I didn’t know how. I continued my studies a year later on Master Degree in Education and Training Management. This time my research was into Pupil Premium, (a government financial initiative to support children who come from disadvantaged backgrounds). When looking into the family backgrounds of these children it became clear that many were families that lacked practical support and networks. I saw a need for a Family and Educational Service and explored this further in my Marketing Strategy course at the university continuing with my own education, a year later I did another postgraduate course which led me to teaching and lecturing in early years development. Now I am on My PhD journey I want to use my professional knowledge and experience to help parents and children to overcome the disadvantages of birth and circumstances and to provide the support and networking which will make a difference to their lives. With the assistance of my wonderful team who are on the same page with me.