Given the impact that COVID-19 is having on the community, it’s a good time to remember to practice kindness and compassion to others.
Don't freak out! When I say "active", I am not suggesting that we all have to start training for the Melbourne Marathon! All I am talking about is taking time with our family or friends to fit movement into our day, and build on relationships.
As promised, I told you all that I would share an example of an intro letter that you or your child can share with their teachers at the beginning of the school year.
Every parent/carer experiences transition to school in a different way, but you should all be very proud of all you have done to contribute to the safe, healthy, and ready to learn child you are sending out the door.
So it's almost that time... your baby is headed to high school. You may not recognise them after the last few weeks - holed up in their room watching YouTube, hanging out with friends, or they've grown a foot taller than you!
So it's almost time to go back to school and kinder. The kids may be ratty, the house a mess of toys, and you've got contact and name labels all over you! Whether your child is headed off for their first day, or they are well into school, some of these tips might be helpful during the settling in period.