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Parenting Ideas from Michael Grose

Elanora State School is proud to provide an annual subscription to Michael Grose’s Parenting newsletters.

insight dealing with video games crazes fortnite and fanaticism

insight exposing kids to challenges help prevent anxiety in later life

insight fostering healthy sibling relationships

insight four critical tools for kids anxiety management

insight getting the screen time​ balance right

insight helping children who struggle with learning

insight hopeful kids are happy kids

insight how do you show up for your kids

insight how to stop your children from swearing

insight let consequences do the talking

insight making a smooth transition to secondary school

insight when kids experience problems at school

insight working closely with your child's teacher this year

insight developing a resilience mindset

 

Cybersafety
 

Cybersafety is a broad term referring to responsible and appropriate behaviour online. It covers online privacy and information protection, good manners and behaviour online, and knowing how to get help with online issues.

Elanora State School liaises closely with the Department of Communications, which has primary responsibility for Cybersafety matters along with the Australian Communications and Media Authority to ensure that we provide evidence-based cybersafety education to all members of our school community.

Find out more information by visiting the Student Wellbeing Hub at https://studentwellbeinghub.edu.au/parents#/

Resources for Parents & Kids:

Keeping Kids Safe in Cyber Space

Online awareness for parents

How cybersmart are you?
https://www.esafety.gov.au/kids-quiz/

Explore the online game Webonauts:
http://pbskids.org/webonauts

Check out the Creep Quiz​ and give online creeps the flick:

 

http://www.creepquiz.eq.edu.au​

 

Personal Safety

 

Find out more about how you can educate your child about personal safety and make our community a safer place for all children.  Visit the Daniel Morcombe Foundation Webside

Keeping Kids Safe!

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