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The power of gratitude

“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it”. The evidence around the effects of expressing and receiving gratitude is very well known. This article from Innerdrive.co.uk outlines the positive outcomes of simple acts… Continue Reading →

Alcohol, teens and socialising: Being prepared for parenting post-COVID-19

Drug and alcohol expert Paul Dillon talks about adolescents, under age drinking, COVID restrictions and what might happen when restrictions ease in this article from his blog “Doing Drugs with Paul Dillon.” Here’s a little of what Paul has to… Continue Reading →

How to talk to your child about suicide with Chris Mackey

Last week, the well-being program ‘Destination Happiness’ had an online facilitated discussion with their resident psychologist Chris Mackey and host Angie Hilton. The topic of conversation was ‘How to talk to your child about suicide’ ; ‘what signs to look… Continue Reading →

Thirteen Reasons Why

You may be aware that the fourth season of Thirteen Reasons Why was released last week. Due to its global impact, difficult themes and some mental health sector criticism of previous seasons Headspace, the National Youth Mental Health Foundation, is… Continue Reading →

Helping children transition back to school in the COVID-19 era

Transitioning back to school in the COVID-19 era can present many challenges for parents and children. Many parents have reported that learning from home has given their child the opportunity to work at their own pace. Many children have also… Continue Reading →

7 tips to help kids feeling anxious about going back to school

As COVID-19 lockdown measures are lifted, some children may experience social anxiety about the prospect of returning to school. People with social anxiety may fear embarrassment or the expectation to perform in social situations, or worry exceedingly about people judging… Continue Reading →

It’s 20 years this week since the Reconciliation Walk across Sydney’s Harbour Bridge

As part of Corroboree 2000, more than a quarter of a million people walked across the Sydney Harbour Bridge on 28 May 2000 to show their support for meaningful reconciliation between Australia’s Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. This great article from… Continue Reading →

More dressing up for musical improvement!

Marvellous music teacher Yvette Jenner has been at it again the last few weeks with amazing costumes, including her old school uniform (which still fits – yay)! The elf had some wisdom to pass on… “Treat every day like Christmas.”… Continue Reading →

Seven priorities for a smooth transition back to school-based learning

It feels like we’ve just got this remote learning thing under control (sort of) and for some of us it’s back to school next week, with the rest not long after that. Will it be ok or will we have… Continue Reading →

Tick a few iso jobs off your list

We’re still mostly at home so here are a few jobs you might want to tackle, if you have the time and energy!

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