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I read quite a lot, and came across this interesting article recently.  It talks about anger and how we as parents can get a better handle on this not only for ourselves but for our children as well.

Dr Vanessa Lapointe is a parenting educator, a registered psychologist and author of Discipline Without Damage who can helps us make sense of the emotional pathways that lead to angry explosions in this new course on ParentTV. 

Through this course, Dr Vanessa will navigate the world of an angry child and help educate and teach us as parents to land on responses that is calming and facilitative of brilliant growth for the developing brain.

You can watch the video courses on the ParentTV website.

If you're a member joing the ParentTV facebook group here.
The ParentTV Members Only Facebook group is a safe place to connect with like-minded parents, ask questions, discuss content and is an extension of the parenting support network we are creating at ParentTV.

They say it takes a village to raise a child - welcome to the ParentTV village!

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Students are meeting this Term for Chic Chat outside the Library in 1st break, please remind your students to bring their lunch. In week 7 there will be a note going out to parents/carers, please sign these and get them back to school as soon as you are able too. In week 10 we are having a Celebration morning Tea. I look forward to meeting those of you that can attend. 

If anyone would like to make a donation towards Chaplaincy. Your donation can help in so many different ways. You can donate at the link below - thank you for all your help!

Donate to our chaplaincy program here!

Thanks!

Chappy Elise





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Last reviewed 25 March 2020
Last updated 25 March 2020