Three years ago, when I was on my children’s school council, I broached the subject of sexual abuse prevention education. I asked my fellow committee members why we did not have such program in our primary school. No-one gave me a satisfactory answer, and time and time again the topic was placed to the bottom [...]
As parents we need to understand our children and their development, most parents will agree they understand the physical development milestones for their children, and there is a wealth of information available for this. However many parents readily admit they have little knowledge of a child’s emotional and psychological development. Breaking Free believes parents need [...]
Children diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, an Autism Spectrum Disorder, are often obsessive about particular areas of interest. These obsessions can range from computers, science, art, insects, dinosaurs, or a myriad of other subjects. Whilst this sounds wonderful, many obsessions can be hard to understand or comprehend. I receive many emails from many parents who are at [...]
It’s almost back to school time and with that comes the school lunches. We all want our children eating healthy, energising lunches but sometimes our best intentions can lead to the dreaded ‘’still full’’ lunch box when they get home; add that to multi tasking in the school morning rush with getting ready for work, [...]
Another week and some more great information I have discovered about dolls and party toys.