Our Editorial looks at the main ideas which have underpinned the Webmag over the last twelve and a half years, and invites readers to contribute (in the next fortnight) to our one hundred and fiftieth issue.
Under the title Being Born Again, Keith White’s In Residence column takes a look at the standard teaching on child development and sees it as something much more complex, affecting adult life, when some people need to reframe their lives.
As a solicitor David Greenwood has seen plenty of evidence of abuse by clergy, and of defensive cover-ups by churches. He argues powerfully for a thorough inquiry.
There is a report by Women’s Sport and Fitness Foundation about girls and physical activity; they don’t do enough and the WSFF has an action plan.
The findings of a survey by Baby Sensory show that music through headphones puts unborn babies at risk.
Finally there is a book review by Valerie Jackson concerning Parenting a Child with Dyslexia by Chris Stanway and Lorna Miles.