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Father’s Day: 1 in 10 Brits voted Tom Hanks as the No.1 movie father figure

Jun 18 2021

Every year, we look forward to treating our Dads on Father’s Day, and this year it’s more important than ever after months of lockdown. Father’s Day falls on this Sunday, 20th June, and to celebrate, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has commissioned research into the film habits and cinema favourites of people across the UK. 

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The Independent Schools Show on Tuesday, 22nd June 2021

Jun 17 2021
The Independent Schools Show brings together 55 leading independent schools from London and the country to the Hurlingham Club on Tuesday, 22nd June. Don’t miss the opportunity for those all important, in depth, face-to-face discussions with senior admissions staff and headteachers that are hard to fit around whistle-stop group school tours at open days.

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Important home arrangements to make if you are planning for travel

Jun 16 2021

Travel is essential for the mind, body and soul particularly now that we have been in isolation for such a long time. Nevertheless, travel also comes with many responsibilities, and a big one is protecting your home and belongings while you are away. Whether it is a two-week trip, a month or a much longer travel plan, there are plenty of arrangements you will need to make back home to ensure for a happy trip with nothing to worry about.

Below is an important checklist filled with key points to remember before you jet off on your next adventure.

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Film review: In The Heights by Lin-Manuel Miranda

Jun 15 2021

Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s Broadway musical In the Heights has been adapted for the big screen and will be released nationwide by Warner Bros. Pictures on 18th June 2021. It’s the perfect summer movie that will lift our spirits. 

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Mental Health assessments

Jun 14 2021

Everyone experiences episodes where they are unable to make decisions, whether they are tired and overworked, or an illness has impaired their mental capacity. Patients are defined as unable to make sound decisions when: they are unable to retain information long enough, they don’t understand the decision that is being asked of them, or if they are severely mentally disabled.

To assess a patient’s mental capacity to make reasonable and logical decisions, their family and close ones need to be included, and every effort has to be made to communicate with that patient before their decision is taken away. Here are some key ways that you can assess if a patient needs medical intervention to maintain their well-being.

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