So instead of banning screen time, we need to help our children to critically consider their screen content, as well as to engage in healthy, enjoyable physical activities.
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This is profound!Deb has always been a powerful voice for women and children. Here she talks about her daughter on World Down Syndrome Day – ‘You are My Daughter’.My favourite line, “You are my daughter. Adventurous and strong. Determined and […]
Children often ask the adults in their lives to explain what they have seen and to reassure them about what will happen next.
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Children who take part in family meals display less delinquency, greater academic achievement, improved psychological wellbeing, more positive family interactions and eat healthier foods. Read more [...]
Romantic interests are a completely normal part of growing up. However, it’s what teens do with that interest and how you handle your teen’s emerging feelings that matters. Read more [...]
“I love teenagers!”
Yet… I find that whenever I say this phrase people look at me and chuckle, as if waiting for the punchline.
There is none.
It’s true! I really do love teenagers! Read more [...]
We teach both water and road safety to the children in our care — it is equally important that we teach children Body Safety. Body Safety aims to empower children with skills and knowledge that will lessen the likelihood of […]