Here are the reasons why up to 14 per cent of parents continue to choose private education over public schools across the country.
While this case of Bondi run-away Michelle Levy ended happily, it has highlighted an issue that many parents find themselves facing: how do you respond when your child threatens to run away from home?
Another day another podcast, article, study and blog post on how awfully we are raising our children because we over parent. Frankly I am over it.
Are less extreme punishments like 'time out', no pocket money or, (popular in my house) no TV for a week okay?
A 12-year-old girl has dealt with her little sister's bullies in a very creative way.
My daughter is 11, and I can't deal with her mood swings. She's a great kid, but the hormonal stuff going on with her right now is just, ugh.
The findings from a small study have raised questions about how effective our current approach to disciplining teens is and offers another alternative.
Fathers who yell at their adolescent children provoke more aggressive, less cooperative behaviour out of the kids, according to new research.
Stranger danger was once an important lesson for kids to learn but now a new concept is proving more effective.
Kids think, feel, and act in ways that are usually perfectly normal due to their age.
What's the best way to raise your child? It's a question that has provoked the publication of numerous books, and seen authors race to coin the next quirky name for a new style of parenting.
I drag myself through those last couple of hours with my son, mindlessly making dinner, negotiating dessert and then putting on my battle armour to face the bedtime fight ahead.
Our child is clearly feeling the pressure of being the coach's son, and he regularly acts out.