Christian Bucks, a second-grader from York in America, came up with a heart-warming idea to ensure children in his schoolyard need never feel lonely again.
Just like personalities, people have different learning styles. By understanding how your child learns you can help them get the most out of their schooling.
Right now, while my kids are in the midst of primary school, I've been the most relaxed I've ever been as a parent.
Year 4 students were told they would never see their parents again as part of a school lesson.
School holidays, like workplace culture, are not designed for modern, working parents. Especially mothers.
Sex pests are using online games and apps - some of them taught in classrooms - to target children.
Sad and angry. That's how I feel. That's how many parents, grandparents and siblings of children with autism would feel too after the comments in Australia's Parliament by One Nation's Pauline Hanson.
Excuse me? In 2017, a federal politician - the leader of a party - wants us to discriminate, ridicule and segregate young children with a disability?
Of course there's no such thing as a naughty or nice name, but a website has created a list that has a bit of fun with the theory...
When Isabella was nine-years-old, a traumatic incident in the pool turned the budding swimmer completely off the water. But this year, thanks to Ocean Mind, an organisation helping children experiencing difficulties in their lives, the primary school student went back into the water to surf.
As an after-school teacher for three years, I've had a lot of opportunities to watch how bullies operate. And because the time I've spent with kids has been more focused on socialising than academics, I've been able to help those who are being bullied come up with strategies and find the strength to break out of that difficult cycle.
You may have shelled out $35 for a Bento box and filled it with seven different Instagram-worthy edibles, but will your child eat it?
Children as young as 10 are choosing a career path based on NAPLAN results and gender.