Educational and Parenting Links


Here you will find links to educational and parenting based websites that you may find useful.


 

 


Cybersmart is a national cybersafety and cybersecurity education program managed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), as part of the Australian Government's 2008 commitment ($125.8 million over 4 years) to cybersafety. The program is specifically designed to meet the needs of its target audiences of children, young people, parents, teachers and library staff.

 


 

Early Childhood Australia will advocate to ensure quality, social justice and equity in all issues relating to the education and care of children from birth to eight years.

Values: The rights of children, Leadership, Excellence and Respect, Courage, Honesty and Openness, Collaboration and Diversity, Justice, Social inclusion of children

 

  

 


Kids Matter is here to help you understand more about children’s mental health, the types of things families can do to support children to grow up being healthy, as well as suggestions of where you can go if you need further help.

 

 


Michael Grose is the author of 8 parenting books, including his new release Thriving! and the best-selling Why First Borns Rule the World and Last Borns Want to Change it. His popular parenting columns appear in newspapers and magazines across Australia. He appears regularly on television including Channel 10’s The Circle, and is a popular & entertaining speaker as well as a frequent columnist for a variety of written media. He also has a regular fortnightly half hour parenting segment on ABC radio Victoria. Michael has an education background,and holds a Master of Educational Studies with research into what makes healthy families tick. He has conducted over 1,500 parenting seminars over the last two decades.

 

 

 

Oral language plays a vital role in the learning and lives of all young children. They learn to adjust their language to cater for different purposes such as instrumental language (I want) personal (here I come), imaginative (let’s pretend) As children develop an understanding of predictable language patterns they begin to realise the potential of language and communication.

 


Julie McCarthy,

Student Wellbeing Coordinator

 

 

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