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Learning from Wild Rumpus

This community-based social enterprise has something to teach christians.

There are many Wild Rumpus organisations in the world, but this post is about Wild Rumpus in Wollongong, Australia. 1,085 more words

Christians

But me, I’m still on the road

“All the people we used to know
They’re an illusion to me now
Some are mathematicians
Some are carpenters’ wives
Don’t know how it all got started…

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Christians

How can parents improve children's behaviour?

Do you want to improve your relationship with your child? One way is parent-child interaction therapy. There are two parts to the therapy. The first part is improving parent-child relationships through play and the second part is learning how to use commands effectively to improve behaviour. 384 more words

Parenting

understanding children's internal dialogue

Some children may have learnt to respond in a defensive way as a coping mechanism to manage the feelings of anxiety and fear that situations evoke in them. 425 more words

Anxiety

Try this at carpet time

During the course of the day there are many opportunities where the differences in norms of behaviour between nursery and home are apparent. At carpet time the children are expected to manage sitting still, concentrating and engaging with the adult. 384 more words

Anxiety

"I don't know what they're doing with their lives"

“All the people we used to know
They’re an illusion to me now
Some are mathematicians
Some are carpenters’ wives
Don’t know how it all got started…

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Christians

The importance of Building relationships

It is worthwhile exploring what opportunities exist in school to build relationships between staff and children and how these can be increased. For some children, the experience of spending individual time with a member of school staff may seem terrifying. 291 more words

School