Mams.ie on Virgin Media with #Backtoschool2020 advice

If you missed it, I did a TV interview on Virgin Media One for Back to school with some tips and advice on how to reduce anxiety for the school return this year. It is normal to feel anxious this year, we are all dealing with so much. The important thing to get support and talk about how you are feeling! We are here to help:
https://twitter.com/mams_ie/status/1298300453868965889
If you are feeling particularly anxious, we recommend getting in touch with Allen at Help Me To Parent for some Positive parenting advice.

At mams.ie we speak with Mammies all the time who are stressed and panicked about the school expense, so we have come up with some ways to shop smart and reduce costs

1.    MyNametags.ie Label it, so they don’t lose it! Personalised uniform & schoolbag labels in stick or iron on.
2.    O’Neills Sportswear Earn reward points online to use against discounts on future orders. See: https://bit.ly/3jlYFkS
3.    Educate.ie Printed in Ireland, these primary & post primary schoolbooks/exam papers are quality & affordable
4.    Regatta Half price on kids rain/wind proof coats at Regatta atm
5.    The Works They do an excellent range of art supplies & stationery
6.    Smiggle Colourful school stationery, schoolbags and bundles
7.    Bestwear In Drogheda, great value on crested uniforms. Cheaper than many of the school recommended suppliers
8.    Competitions Enter at www.mams.ie to be in to win prizes and for discounts on items too
9.    BSCFA Apply for the Clothing & Footwear allowance at welfare.ie

 

For more info or for interview, please contact:

Siobhán O’Neill White

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tel:      087-9978418

email: siobhan@mumstown.ie

web: www.mams.ie

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1 thought on “Mams.ie on Virgin Media with #Backtoschool2020 advice

    Katypie

    (September 1, 2020 - 8:17 pm)

    parents have been left high and dry this year, with very little support and not much help in reducing fees by the schools. I agree with the speaker that the government have let families down

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