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Tips to Address Your Child’s Behaviour Problems at School 

Parents often get confused, embarrassed, and upset when they receive a phone call or a note about their child’s behaviour from the school. It is important to remember that behaviour problems at school are quite common for a young kid and there is no need to panic. Some of the most common behavioural issues for

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Importance of Health Check-ups in School Readiness   

In its broadest sense, school readiness involves children, schools, families, early environment, and community. Many noted experts suggest that no child is innately prepared for school. This is a multi-faceted concept that demands much more than just academic preparedness. Ideally, the school readiness of a child is based on multiple aspects of development, including physical,

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The Role of Nutrition in School Readiness 

The first few years in a child’s life are characterised by rapid developments that are not seen in any other period of life. Along with several other factors, nutrition plays a huge supporting role in this stage of life. It has been established that nutritious diets help children concentrate better and think more critically. Naturally,

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Understanding the Importance of Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) 

The early years of a child are critical for their development because this is the time when the core brain architecture is formed. As a result, during these critical years, educators need to support and enhance the learning and development of these children.     The Council of Australia Governments established the Early Years Learning Framework

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The Value of a Diverse Learning Environment  

Over the years, our educational systems have revolved entirely around traditional classroom settings. There is no denying the fact that this approach has provided the structured environment required to help students interact and learn. However, with the evolution of the idea of effective teaching, we have recognised certain limitations of the traditional model that confines

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Family Participation in School Readiness 

Most children look forward to the start of their school life with mixed emotions, from anticipation and anxiety to excitement, and even sadness. Recent studies suggest that approximately 25% of children encounter difficulties during this critical stage of their lives. It is important to remember here that the school readiness of a child is not

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