Learning maths

Learning maths doesn’t begin and end in the classroom. Your child has been learning about maths since she was born. And once your child starts school,

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Mindfulness

Our minds are constantly active. You might be watching television – but also thinking about the past, or worrying about something, or wondering what you’re

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Resilience in teenagers

Resilience is the ability to ‘bounce back’ during or after difficult times and get back to feeling as good as before. It’s also the ability

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Internet safety: teenagers

  Teenagers use digital technologies for everyday activities like keeping in touch with friends on social media, relaxing and doing schoolwork. They also go online to

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Playground safety

  The best way to help your child avoid bumps and bruises in playgrounds is to actively supervise your child at play. By staying close to

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Positive attention and your child

  From birth, children need experiences and relationships that show them they’re valued, capable human beings who bring pleasure to others. Positive attention, reactions and

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Active listening

Actively listening to your child is more than just simply hearing them. Active listening is a skill. You can actively listen by: getting close to

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Sharing and learning to share

Children need to learn to share so they can make and keep friends, play cooperatively, take turns, negotiate and cope with disappointment. Sharing teaches children

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10 Good Parenting Tips

Parenting is not easy. Good parenting is hard work. How to be A good parent? What makes a good parent? A good parent is someone

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