Andrew Fuller: How not to get PTSD and remain relatively sane
We've been through a lot, and there's more to come. Clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller offers some inspiring ideas to help us cope in these trying times.
Why it’s okay to feel out of control – and why things will get better
We're used to exerting control in our lives, like a toddler knocking over blocks. But all that has changed, writes Tim Klein in this recent blog. It's important to acknowledge what's happening.
The Class of 2020: How we can support returning Year 12s
Many Year 12 students have developed amazing skills over the past few months, but they need particular support now they have returned to school-based learning. Peter Hanlon gets advice from the experts on what we can do to help.
Read J.K. Rowling’s new story free online – part of our updated super list of great ideas for kids at home
We can get out more, but there's still lots of time at home. Here's our growing super list of resources to keep kids of all ages (including big kids) engaged and entertained while they are at home – J.K. Rowling's new story The Ickabog free online with a competition to illustrate it, Lego workshops, classic biscuit recipes, Australia's sporting treasures, and more.
Leaving the bubble: Helping anxious kids prepare for a return to the classroom
The return to the classroom might be challenging for some children. Peter Hanlon reports on how to support them.
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Independent schools look forward to returning to class
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