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?
"She’s absolutely screaming about it, the whole family is divided."
I honestly believe that truly great stories, no matter how good the movie adaptations may be, are best absorbed in their original format.
Knowing what to say, and when and how to say it, can be a powerful tool in the self-help kit for parents navigating their way through the teenage years.
A new study has found that children whose fathers let them win are more likely to develop anxiety.
Before you judge, consider this.
I'm not even asking for much. Indeed, I'd be happy with the return of just one phrase.
If you want your kids to have a bath, do their chores, or go to bed, you might need to lower your voice.
I had to let go of the expectation that my son would be able to power through every temptation. He needed some support.
You can't rely on car journeys alone.
She’s really been pushing buttons. Is there some way to nip this in the bud?
It's unfair and unlikely to improve behaviour – so why is it still acceptable in most education department policies?