The Secrets of Success Won’t Be Taught in School This Year, But You Can Teach Them to Your Kids!

As a parent, we all want the best for our children. We want them to be healthy. We want them to be happy. We want them to be successful. So as the school holidays come to an end, we get… Continue Reading >

How can schools help students stay more engaged post-COVID – and how can parents help?

The world of work has changed dramatically in the 21st century and as parents, we are preparing our children for a job market we may never previously have imagined. Add the onslaught of COVID-19 to the mix, and things are… Continue Reading >

A Return to Class – How to help your child make the transition back into the classroom, and back to their best!

With communities phasing out of COVID-19 lockdowns, students are preparing to return to the classroom in a part-time or full capacity. While this has brought much jubilation to many households, it is recognised that parents and carers are starting to… Continue Reading >

Report finds bullying and emotional and behavioural problems impact on primary students’ learning ability

New research has found that a large percentage of Australian eight to 12-year-olds are being bullied and/or experiencing emotional difficulties – and these children are falling behind their peers in numeracy and reading in the classroom. The Murdoch Children’s Research… Continue Reading >

Why Children Should Dance – An Interview with Natalie Ayton

Dance has many benefits for children. It doesn’t just provide physical benefits, such as increased coordination or flexibility, but also helps young people learn to communicate and collaborate with each other. Natalie Ayton is an internationally respected dancer, choreographer and… Continue Reading >