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Our young people are facing new pressures as we come out of lockdowns and restrictions. Here are nine tips to support them, from Marie Yap, Antony Yorm and Mairead Cardamone-Breen.
As Year 12 students look forward to 2022, some may be considering a gap year. But, writes Dr Judith Locke, it shouldn't be without some agreed guidelines in place.
A powerful and confronting new documentary sheds light on the grim world of online child sexual exploitation. As Natalie Moutafis reports, it's a must-watch for any parent, carer and educator .
Childhood letters are rare in the historical record, but like those of the young Malcolm Fraser, they provide unique insight into the experience of children, writes Katie Wood.
What's the best – and worst – kind of motivation for your child to learn? Shane Green reports on new research that uncovers the answers.
As Year 12 students sit final exams after another tough year, Eimear Quigley provides strategies for parents to help their students manage anxiety.
Teachers (with support from parents and carers) have ensured education continues across the country this year, despite major challenges. World Teachers' Day is the day when children and parents can show their appreciation.
Starting school can create excitement and uncertainty – for both children and parents. Natalie Moutafis asked our experts for tips for a more enjoyable and relaxed transition, before the first day arrives.
In the digital age when information is everywhere, Michael Broadstock discovers school libraries are more important for students than ever, in this interview with Susan La Marca, from the School Library Association of Victoria.