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Safe Partying and the X-Plan

We recently had the pleasure of hosting Sonia Karras for our first parent education seminar for 2017. Sonia presented an entertaining and informative talk to parents from Years 7-12 on alcohol, drugs and the law, social media safety, hosting parties at home, drink spiking and drugs. We thought it might be a good opportunity to put… Read more »

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A healthy screen diet for children

Written by Sally Kenney, School Psychologist Did you know there are more screens than people in most Australian households? The mean amount of devices per household on there is internet access is 6, 7 if you have a child under 15 in your home. Recent data has found that 52% of 14-17 year olds access the web… Read more »

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Coping styles in teenagers

On Thursday 9 February, Associate Professor Erica Frydenberg from the University of Melbourne’s School of Graduate Education spoke to Year 7 parents about coping and the importance of teaching adolescents the skills to cope with life’s challenges. For nearly 30 years, Erica has made a valuable contribution to the field of social emotional learning through… Read more »

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Understanding your teenager

After the toddler years, parenting a teenager can be the next most challenging phase for a family. Parents can feel utter frustration at the self-centred child in front of them who seems to be consistently making poor decisions, engaging in risky behaviour and let’s not mention the hormonal mood swings.

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