The one caution I could add is watch out for putting them under pressure. Being in a generally older year can become an issue when kids get older, puberty and everything, there is a double edged sword to being 'advanced'.
My mission is to keep all of them working hard but not to over do it, he's just an 8 year old and he'll always be his age, he came home and said " Mum your going to be really proud of me" I'm proud of them all for all their efforts, even my youngest daughter who struggles, I'll let Isy do whatever he feels suits him regardless of his abilities, some push, maybe I should but I think children find their own way, even if I want him to be another Professor Brian Cox
Any advise welcome
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