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It’s OK to not be OK

Having a baby is a huge life change – and it’s often underestimated. Many mums and dads suffer from postnatal depression and anxiety. Dr Elizabeth...

Community pulls together after ELC fire

An early morning fire sent thick smoke over Melbourne and partially destroyed a South Yarra church building that was being used as a kindergarten. Christ...

Let your kids play and learn without the flashing lights

When Tribly Dsouza lost her job during the Covid-19 pandemic she decided it was time to do something for herself. So the Bentleigh East...

Maternity leave turns to dream come true

With a head full of knowledge and a passion to work while raising her twin boys, Brighton East mum Sherri Kiernikowski started Wanderluxe Sleepwear...

Budding entrepreneurs at work

Introducing the concept of entrepreneurship and teaching students how to think entrepreneurially has many benefits, from creative thinking to problem-solving as well as honing...

Children’s bedwetting

While bedwetting is a very common childhood condition, there is a wide variety of contradictory and confusing information for parents about what to do. So, what...

Early learning expert

It’s hard to finish well when you don’t get a quality start – that’s why early learning is pivotal. The first five years of a...

$9b early years overhaul

An early childhood education and care overhaul will roll out in Victoria over the next decade, designed to save families money and help women...

Uplifting and empowering girls through fashion

Melissa Neilson knows how important it is to be a part of her daughters lives. Since lockdown she's made the decision to make life...

Creating routine for teens

With five kids, Surrey Hills mum Nicole Avery has to be organised. Her kids range from 12 to 22-years-old – her youngest started high school...

A life-long love of learning starts at Wesley

As an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, Wesley College offers enormous opportunities for students to find their voice, develop their talents, ignite their passions and inspire...

Multisensory art exhibition at new $5.5m school arts precinct a first

Firbank Grammar School has unveiled its cutting-edge new $5.5 million arts precinct, which it says aims to promote young women’s participation in the arts. Bright...

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How yoga benefits children

In late May, Ireland’s president declared in a radio interview how much he’d love yoga to be taught in schools. Michael Higgins said it would...