Author Archives: bethryanmedia
Coming soon …… real, honest blog about the ups and downs of parenting children with Autism.
The truth of the matter is that the British family in 2012 comes in all shapes and sizes. We can no longer pretend that mum, dad and 2.2 are the norm in the UK today. Beth urges the UK to “Get Real” on the issues facing families today. Beth has extensive knowledge, including:
* single parents
* the effects of divorce on the family
* acrimonious family relationships
* family breakdown and finances
* step families and half-siblings
Look out for Beth as she offers her insight and raises awareness on the “alternative” families in the UK today.
The waiting is over, the results are in and I would like to say, CONGRATULATIONS to all my Year 11 pupils.
You’ve all worked so terribly hard, and I’m delighted that most of you got the results that you wanted.
Extra special kudos goes to James Davis who did so well after a very difficult year.
I’m so very proud of you all.
Mrs Ryan 🙂 x
Beth was invited back on to TCR FM’s Saturday Social to talk about the London Riots today.
She took part in an in-depth debate on the cause of the riots and stressed that, in her opinion, the riots highlighted that depriving young people of real education will ultimately have a negative effect on society.
If you would like further info on Beth please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Beth is launching a new venture, offering private one-to-one tutoring to students of all ages.
Everyone needs additional help at some point, whether it’s to get through an exam or just general study help. Pass Exams with Beth offers unique one-to-one tutoring from a team of professional and dedicated tutors.
All expert tutors offer help to: key stage 1 and 2, 11-19 year olds, and young adult learners. Beth can also offer parenting advice, and guidance on returning to education after a break. Bespoke tutoring designed to maximize your potential.
The website will be launching shortly, in the meantime, contact Beth directly to discuss your needs.
Keep checking the website, Beth will post some seasonal activity ideas to do with your children, spend quality time with them and help them learn!
Beth has been named as the Educational Ambassador for The R-Word Campaign UK. A movement being imported from the U.S aimed at promoting inclusion and respect for people with Learning Difficulties.
In association with the Special Olympics, the campaign has already benefited from the support of the stars of ‘Glee’ and ‘Scrubs’.
” I feel so honoured to be part of “The R Word” campaign in the UK. One of just a number of words that is unacceptable to be used in everyday language , it’s time to stand up and acknowledge people with learning difficulties as the valued members of society they are.” Says Beth.
To keep up to date with the R-Word Campaign visit r-word.org
Beth will be giving advice to readers of ‘Pick Me Up’ magazine in their Christmas Special.
As Christmas becomes ever more commercialized Beth will, amongst other things, be giving tips on how to manage your child’s expectations during the festive season. Handy Stuff.
The ‘Pick Me Up’ Christmas Special will be available in October.
Beth is busy this afternoon, she’s on the Guardian’s website from like right now!! !…. until 6pm, answering readers’ questions on teacher training.
**** UPDATE **** Beth rocked it on the Guardian’s webchat today. Us lot at Beth Ryan Media are proud. Well done Mrs Ryan. xxx