Make your home learner-friendlyEducation by Raelene Plozza
While teachers and boys are focusing on building effective learning dispositions at school, there are many things that families can be doing at home to support their sons to develop these qualities. Being Prepared (Mentally and Physically) Encourage a regular reading regime I cannot stress enough the importance of developing a regular reading regime at […]
Mindfulness – I’ve heard of that!Education by Kay Rogers
Children and adolescents who practise mindfulness show academic improvement, and increased kindness and compassion.
Transition tips for a new school yearEducation by Camilla Fisher
The shift from holiday to school mode can be bumpy but there are things you can do to smooth the way.
Helping your son get prepped for PrepEducation by Bec Cavalôt
You may not be ready for your son to start school. But he’s going anyway… Here are a few top tips from the frontline experts – the prep teachers.
Getting your soon-to-be schoolboy excited about prepEducation
Whether your preschooler is terrified, raring to go, or somewhere in between, these tips will help him through transition and beyond.
Why teachers are the unsung heroes of the worldEducation
On World Teachers’ Day (Australia), here’s a reminder of why our sons’ teachers rock.
The secrets to successful praiseEducation by Kate Casey
Discover why praise for effort, as opposed to praise for ability, could be the key to your son’s learning success.
How ‘mindful learning’ can help kids thriveEducation
Mindfulness expert Dr Richard Chambers makes the case for integrating mindfulness into mainstream education.
How to choose a school for your sonEducation
Choosing a school for your son can seem like an overwhelming decision. These 14 considerations will help you make the right choice.
Wagging school – the worrying stats affecting your sonEducation by Kate Casey
This is why skipping school can have a serious impact on your son’s academic and social development.