As a result of the Irish Government's Renewing Communities drive and as a direct result of parents' request for assistance with their children's homework, particularly in mathematics, allows students and parents to 'rule' homework, instead of ruing it.
The launch of a locally-designed website has made the task of school homework easier for Ulster parents. A wide-range of tips and a number of online tools to help stressed out parents get to grips with their children's homework can be availed at the Homework Rules website [www.mallni.com/ homeworkrules]. The website also offers advise on the amount of homeork children should be given.
Developed by mallni and the Belfast Metropolitan College, in partnership with parents and schools from the Greater Shankill area, the fully interactive website- Homework Rules has been specifically designed with free, easily accessible content to help parents with children aged between seven and 11.