Tips for a smooth transition back to schoolParenting by Dr Ray Swann
So what should we expect as parents, and what should we be doing to help our sons have a smooth transition back into the classroom with their friends?
It’s holidays! But how do we manage while we’re all still in lockdown?Parenting by Emily Beaton
When you are beyond your two hour window of time allowed outside your front gate, here are some options to keep little people amused these holidays:
Online Gaming: managing video game obsessionParenting by Olivia Tims
The restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 have brought with it an increased reliance on screens for us all.
Trials and tribulations of working from homeParenting by Luke Fensling
Let’s be honest, working from home comes with its challenges.
Keeping Kids ActiveParenting by Glenn Garland, Tim Marshall and Ian Miller
Organised kids’ sport has been cancelled, there’s limits on the time we can exercise outdoors, playgrounds are closed and, while we are in remote learning phase, our kids can’t get all their incidental physical activity at school recess and lunchtimes while playing with their mates.
Stop sibling conflictParenting by Michael Grose
With family members living in close proximity during the current COVID-19 pandemic, parents may find an increase in sibling squabbles.
Keeping kids calmParenting by Olivia Tims
Being mentally healthy and living well is important for all of us – adults, and our children.
Lockdown #2Parenting by Emily Beaton
There is no doubt our hearts were saddened at the idea that once again, we were going into stage 3 lockdown restrictions across Melbourne.
Digital detoxParenting by Dr Ray Swann
Heading into the school holidays, now is the time to revisit the conversation with your son about healthy technology use.
Walking alongside your sonParenting by Dr Ray Swann
Walking alongside your son on his journey during these challenging times means stepping into his shoes and seeing life from his perspective.