Month: December 2018

Be Good for Something

Three friends on a train to Paris overpowered a terrorist, and became heroes. Michelle Green, Chief Executive of Independent Schools Victoria, draws on their...

/ 13 December 2018
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ATAR Surprises: What Should You Do?

What happens if an ATAR is less or more than expected? Careers expert Helen Green - and mother of a VCE student - offers...

/ 7 December 2018
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Children’s Books: the Best of 2018

Speech Pathology Australia has announced the winners of its 2018 Children's Book of the Year Awards.

/ 7 December 2018
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Art Smarts Part 2: Helping Kids Engage with Art

What's the best way parents interact with their children when viewing art? In the second and final article in her series, Diane Bourke says...

/ 7 December 2018
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How to Help Children Deal with Stress and Anxiety

Clinical psychologist Faye Evans offers some practical advice for parents in helping their child deal with stressful situations.

/ 7 December 2018
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Best of the Web: Encouraging Kids to Write, Why ATAR Matters, Kids Books Go Political, and Our Young Concerned about Mental Health

Our selection of thought-provoking and useful articles from around the web on educating and raising children.

/ 7 December 2018