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Bringing Up Great Kids Workshop

Parenting Connection Mandurahis delivering a free program for parents and carers where participants can learn about understanding your child's behaviour and ways to communicate that build positive patterns for their future.

LEARN ABOUT:

    • The brain development of your children and how you can meet their growing needs.
    • How to build attentive communication between you and your children.
    • The meaning behind your children’s behaviour and further develop an awareness of the cues that trigger off unhelpful or ineffective responses.

Details

    • Where: Child and Parent Centre, Dudley Park
    • When: Wednesdays from 6,13,20,27 November & 4, 11 December 2019
    • Time: 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Bookings essential

Parenting support | Anglicare WA

In 2017, Anglicare WA teamed with Ngala and Wanslea to design and deliver quality parenting services in a number of regions across the State. This partnership is called Parenting Connection WA and designs services that are customised to each location through local consultation.

Providing services for parents and caregivers of children aged 0 to 18, Parenting Connection provides the necessary skills and tools to adapt and grow through life's developments.

Riverside ESC is not affiliated with this program. The information is provided for parents and carers to follow up as they see fit.

What's New

  • Bringing Up Great Kids Workshop

    Parenting Connection Mandurahis delivering a free program for parents and carers where participants can learn about understanding your child's behaviour and ways to communicate that build positive patterns for their future.

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  • Canteen Menu Update

    The Canteen Summer Menu (pdf file) is now online.

    For more details about the Canteen, click here.

  • Summary of School Survey 2019 for Parents and Staff

    The school takes part in the National School Opinion Survey every two years. For various reasons the 2018 survey was deferred to Term 2, 2019. Information gained is used to help make decisions on school direction and gauge school success. School families and staff are invited to take part in the surveys, which are online, voluntary and anonymous.

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  • Summer Xperiences with WADSA

    The Western Australia Disabled Sports Association (WADSA) delivers and facilitates the opportunity for people with disabilities to participate in a variety of Conservation, Adventure and Nature (CAN) activities. Parents and Carers may be interested to learn of two activities planned for 2020. The activities are suitable for under 25 years of age with family support.

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