How safe is your child from Bullying?

Sadly bullying is more prevalent than you may think. The Australian Covert Bullying Prevalence Study reported that 1 in 4 students reported being bullied every few weeks or more, with the highest prevalence rates being reported by children in Year 5.*  And it’s not just bullying in the schoolyard, with the increased use of technology, cyberbullying can be a constant and relentless attack on your child.

Cyberbullying involves using technology such as mobile phones and the Internet to bully or harass another person. In Australia, 10-20% of children and young people have been cyberbullied.**

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Technology and children 0-11. The good, the bad and the unknown.

If you’ve been hearing about the many potential harms of technology for kids, as a concerned parent, you might be feeling unsure or even worried about the negative effect it’s having on your children. Kids are exposed to technology everywhere: all day, every day at home, at school there are phones, tablets, computers, TV’s… basically it’s embedded in all aspects of life. And, and being connected to friends and playing fun games on technology is simply awesome! It’s no wonder our children want to be part of the revolution. Can you imagine a day without your phone, tablet or computer? 

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Supporting your child's self-esteem

Do your children have good self-esteem or are you worried that they have low self-esteem? And what about you? How is your self-esteem? 

It is no surprise that adults and children who have healthy self-esteem feel good about who they are, believe in themselves and are therefore more likely to have a positive attitude to life and life success. People with good self-esteem tend to try new things and so they have a wider variety of life experiences and lead richer and more fulfilling lives. This makes perfect sense right?

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Personal Best Parenting

Every parent wants to raise happy, healthy and well-balanced kids. BUT, it’s not always easy to know the “right” thing to do. There is so much conflicting parenting advice today, leaving parents confused. For almost a decade, Dr Rosina has shared her insights into the research on child development by helping parents successfully navigate the day-to-day challenges of parenting with simple, relatable and practical parenting tips.

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