P&Cs Qld is encouraging local P&C committees to host free Triple P seminars and group parenting challenges amongst other initiatives to give parents easy access to free, evidence-based parenting support. Click here to read the media release. Click here to download the flyer. Click here to go to the Triple P website.
The “Parents” section on the Student Wellbeing Hub is your starting point for information and resources about important topics to help make your child’s experience at school a safe and positive one. Parents play a vital role in the mental health, happiness and wellbeing of their children, which in turn affects their sense of identity
Queensland’s Triple P – Positive Parenting Program, which is considered one of the world’s best, is now FREE right across the state for all parents and carers of children under 16. You can book seminars to be held at your school, or just encourage parents to go to the Triple P parenting website (www.triplep-parenting.net) and
The Department of Education and Training has a dedicated web page to support parents as partners in education. Find a school – schools directory, education facilities in Queensland Life at school – curriculum, student health and wellbeing, support services Parent resources – engaging online resources to assist your child with literacy and numeracy, support services,
Another school year begins! Is your child starting school, or moving to a new school? Check out our helpful tips. Tip sheet 3: Top tips for back to school And here are some lunch box tips from Qld Health: If you’re a parent or carer of children, lots of tasks are competing for your attention. By
While P&Cs Qld does not promote “schoolies week” participation, as partners in education and fellow parents we understand that support and education for parents and their children attending the end-of-year celebrations is vital to help enhance the safety of our young people. As part of the Safer Schoolies Initiative, the Queensland Government has offered a
Domestic and Family Violence We all have a role to play in changing the culture and attitudes that underpin violence in our communities. Johnathan Thurston, Halfback, Cowboys There is no place for violence, in schools, in families or in our community. Matthew Bowen, Cowboys Life Member and Community Liaison Officer. North Queensland Cowboys