Free parent-child membership to the Moriah Resilience Gym

Resilience has been identified as the ability to adapt or recover after a challenging or adverse experience. Children need resilience, as they are navigating a complex world with a rapidly flowing stream of information coming at them constantly and forcefully. Their brains are constantly assessing whether they are safe or not. This takes energy and … Continue reading Free parent-child membership to the Moriah Resilience Gym

Could this be the beginning of the end of the HSC and ATAR as we know it?

In May 2018, the NSW Government announced a comprehensive review of the NSW school curriculum from Years K to 12, the first in 20 years. The review was commissioned in response to the Gonski review of Australia’s schooling and was designed to ensure that the NSW education system is properly preparing students for the challenges … Continue reading Could this be the beginning of the end of the HSC and ATAR as we know it?

“Love and work…work and love, that’s all there is” – Sigmund Freud

Our children are often our greatest teachers. I have two daughters who now, at twenty-something, have enough life experience and the resources to know when a good thing comes along to share it. Our conversations keep me well informed about the latest trends, new ways of understanding complex contemporary issues, and often offer little gems … Continue reading “Love and work…work and love, that’s all there is” – Sigmund Freud