How Do We Talk to Children About the Terrorist Attacks?

It is a frightening and unpredictable world not only for us as adults but also for children. Children worry about all sorts of things from having to read out loud in class, friendships all the way to the dangers of the world; children are generally worried little...

Keeping your children safe online

In todays day and age, all children have access to the internet via a number of different devices, be it tablets, phones, laptops or desktop computers. It’s a vital part of life for most children, primarily for school work, but also for social communications....

How to handle school interviews

School interviews can be a nerve-wracking time for both parents and children. We’ve compiled our top tips for handling interviews and giving your child the best possible chance at being successful in the interview. If your child gets nervous easily, practice...

Helping children through bereavement

Sadly, some children have to cope with a member of their family passing away. It’s very hard as an adult to deal with something like this, but as a child, who may not understand death, it can be nearly impossible. As someone close to a child in this situation,...

Enjoy reading with your children and make everlasting memories

Children have great imaginations, making up magical worlds with their favourite toys. A great way to help children develop their own imaginations is to read stories to them regularly. It’s also a great way to spend quality time with them bonding, whilst creating...

Start your holiday with a pleasant, enjoyable journey

We’ve all planned a beautiful holiday in a lovely location only to have the horror of the journey dawn on us a few weeks before we are set to leave. Here at Niche Etiquette Children we’ve compiled a list of handy hints and tips to make travelling with...

Mealtimes are a great chance to spend time together as a family

In his farewell address to the nation, President Ronald Reagan declared, “All great change in America begins at the dinner table. So tomorrow night in the kitchen, I hope the talking begins.” Barack Obama has a strict rule in The White House, at 6:30pm...

Sibling Rivalry

As we congratulate the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their new baby, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, spare a thought for Prince George and how he will feel when he realises he has a new baby sister to contend with. It can be tough for a toddler to...

9 Net Etiquette rules for children

Net Etiquette rules developed as more people began to communicate and interact on the Internet. There is no way to avoid the digital social interaction that will almost certainly become a large part of children growing up in this age of evolving technological devices....

Two huge etiquette blunders involving President Obama

Learning etiquette the hard way at Buckingham Palace The importance of learning the etiquette of the country you are about to make a state visit to cannot be understated as President Obama found when he decided to  propose a toast to the Queen after dinner at...