Author Archive: Fiona Tapp
I’m Fiona Tapp, a Freelance Writer and Educator.
I live and work in the city of Ottawa, Canada and originally hail from East London in the United Kingdom.
I am an Expert in the field of Pedagogy, a teacher of 13 years and Master’s Degree holder in Education.
I write about a variety of topics including parenting, education and travel writing, as well as feminist perspectives and personal opinion pieces.
I write articles, essays, business copywriting, Education policies, Government HR documents and commercial web content, as well as fiction and poetry.
When I am not writing, I love making playdough cars with my toddler and binge watching new TV shows with my husband.
I can’t quite believe my son is already turning 3 years old, the time has just gone by so very quickly and the old adage that when it comes to raising children “the days are long but the years are short” is so true and just a touch bittersweet. When I asked my little boy how […]
Focus on The Facts Last weekend my family and I visited the Carp Fair, and played a game with the chance of winning free groceries! The Healthy Canadians booth in association with Food & Consumer Products of Canada (FCPC), Health Canada, Retail Council of Canada (RCC), and the Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers (CFIG) were the […]
Suitcases packed-check, passports sourced from the back of a dusty drawer–check, toddler airline survival kit assembled-check. We are all ready for our summer vacation to Portugal. We are heading off on a European adventure. Spending time with family in London before heading to the Algarve, to soak up some sun and splash around in the […]
How To Prevent the Summer Grade Slide Schools out for summer! But come September, Teachers across the country will be completing their initial baseline assessment for their new class, detailing the children’s level of understanding, comparing it to the last teachers report just a short couple of months ago and finding they don’t quite […]
My love of camping developed as a slow burn. I initially hated the bugs, the outdoor toilets, or lack of any at all, sleeping on a lumpy tangle of twigs and the general discomfort involved in sleeping outdoors. But as my husband (an avid outdoorsman) and I started to discover some beautiful provincial parks and […]