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Newsletter 2, Term 4 Is Out

GREETINGS ALL AND WELCOME BACK! This is going to be a brief letter to give you updates and progress of events to take place this month. The time is approaching faster than we can imagine and we feel we have been away from you. As we progress into the final term of this academic year, […]

Helping Your Child to Stop Stealing

There are many moments in your life as a parent that you may feel distressed. Learning that your child is stealing can be one of the most devastating experiences. While older kids might steal owing to peer pressure, younger ones might be doing it without even realizing that it is wrong. Never Accuse Your Child […]

How to Raise a Moral Child

Let’s play “Back to the Future” and pretend its twenty-five years from now. Your kids are grown, and they’re healthy and happy. (What we all hope, right?) So here’s your key question to contemplate as you pretend to look at your adults. One crucial point to keep in mind: Character traits differ from temperament and […]

How to Become Great Parents

Even as no one expects you to be a “ideal” figure, it absolutely isn’t that complex to raise satisfied, wholesome, well-adjusted kids. Children need love. Youngsters want limitations. Children want someone to look up to and study from. Your job, as a figure, is to guide through example modeling the kind of behavior which you […]

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Newsletter 1, Term 4 Is Out

Welcome back everyone. Term 4 commences today, and so much is anticipated. OK – let me get to work now! Allow me to briefly mention and remind you of our shared responsibilities. Download the newsletter to read more… CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE NEWSLETTER

Tips Resisting Child Peer Pressure

As kids get older, peer pressure can get in the way of how well they do in school. Why? By the time they turn seven, children start caring more and more about what other kids think of them and less about what their parents or other adults think. Kids who want to get approval from […]

How to stop your child sugar snacking

Sugar is fun to eat, but not good for your teeth! That’s because your child might love sweet treats, but the bacteria in his or her mouth loves them even more. “Sucrose (sugar) is the ‘food’ for the bacteria that cause tooth decay; those bacteria produce acid that etches away the teeth. Limiting the amount […]

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Newsletter 3, Term 3 Is Out

Greetings everyone and welcome back all! As we come to the final week of this term, I wish to remind you of the remaining important dates and events. I hope you have all had a wonderful Independence celebration and lots of rest. HAPPY 43 INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY to Papua New Guinea and all its citizens – […]

Helping your child to get back after illness

Has your baby’s routine unraveled after an unexpected illness? Here’s how to re-establish healthy eating and sleeping habits when the coast is clear. It’s inevitable. You’re bound to face setbacks when your little one gets sick. Whether it’s an ear infection, chesty cough or cold, there’s no doubt your child will need more comfort when […]

How to help your child to stop worrying

When we perceive a threatening situation, such as a fire or a big dog chasing us, our senses and our thinking brain immediately notify our safety alarm (the amygdala in the limbic system). It in turn alerts other parts of our brain to promptly prepare our body to fight or escape the danger. Our autonomic […]