ParentTV Highlights: This Weeks Snapshot

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If you need or have misplaced your ParentTV school code please contact the office by phone: 9312 4850 or via email: Fremantle.LDC@education.wa.edu.au

This weeks highlights include:

Teacher Tom always hits the nail right on the head.. “play is the human instinct to educate itself”.. brilliant! Watch the Facebook video for more insight.



In this video, Holly-ann Martin, Managing Director of Safe4Kids and child abuse prevention educator, talks about building a Safety Team with kids. Their Safety Team is a network of trusted people that children can confide in.


 

ParentTV Highlights: This Weeks Snapshot

Our school has signed up to this amazing resource so it is FREE for you as a parent of Fremantle Language Development Centre to use.

If you need or have misplaced your ParentTV school code please contact the office by phone: 9312 4850 or via email: Fremantle.LDC@education.wa.edu.au

This weeks highlights include:

In this video, Holly-ann Martin, Managing Director of Safe4Kids and child abuse prevention educator, talks about the importance of teaching children consent and allowing them autonomy over their bodies. 



Have you got an eight-year-old in your home?

Are they delightful? Dramatic? Disobedient?

All of the above?

At around the age of eight, children go through some big developmental changes in the brain department, and you’ll see this exhibit in some interesting ways.


 

ParentTV Highlights: This Weeks Snapshot

Our school has signed up to this amazing resource so it is FREE for you as a parent of Fremantle Language Development Centre to use.

If you need or have misplaced your ParentTV school code please contact the office by phone: 9312 4850 or via email: Fremantle.LDC@education.wa.edu.au

This weeks highlights include:

The time we’re in is uncertain and its very different than most of us have ever had to navigate before. It’s okay to feel uncertain or concerned in this time and you’re not alone! Not having the answers is something we’re experiencing all around the world. In this video, expert Jason Gibson provides a 3 step process we can go through when we are finding times are hard.



Being a parent is not an easy job and being the mother, father or carer of an anxious child is even more challenging. The good news is that while there is no cure for anxiety it is very treatable and there are many strategies that have been proven to help manage and ease anxiety in children. In this course, Dr Jodie walks through everything you need to know about parenting and helping your anxious child.


Some kids seem naturally at ease in their bodies and minds. They’re happy, confident and relaxed by default and they cruise through life without much angst. But for others, things are a bit trickier. Whether it’s due to neurodivergence, personality, sensitivity or something else, there are some kids who just find it harder to show up in the world as themselves. They might be perfectionists or survivors of trauma, abused, bullied or supported wholeheartedly, but one thing’s for sure: kids who lack confidence have a really hard time.


 

ParentTV Highlights: This Weeks Snapshot

Our school has signed up to this amazing resource so it is FREE for you as a parent of Fremantle Language Development Centre to use.

If you need or have misplaced your ParentTV school code please contact the office by phone: 9312 4850 or via email: Fremantle.LDC@education.wa.edu.au

This weeks highlights include:


Being a parent, our days are spent attending to the many needs of our children and we tend to neglect our own. It’s important to learn to also look out for ourselves! One way in doing that is investing into friendships. Our friends are there to support and encourage us along the parenting journey! Read this blog to learn why it’s important and what you can do.



 

Dr Kristy Goodwin isn’t here to promote complete digital abstinence (she knows it’s unrealistic) but she does recommend avoiding screens at certain times of the day or implementing a screen swap (moving from a smartphone to a tv for e.g.) if you’re going to use a screen before school. Watch the Facebook video to find out more.