Stimulate your child’s interest

Watch suitable educational TV programs with your children (e.g. David Attenborough documentaries). Perhaps ask your children to take turns to identify a current news story that they would like the family to discuss over dinner. Or ask each child to research a famous person they are interested in or who share their birthday, and invite them to share what they have learned with the family.

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You’ve got mail

Use email (or letters) to communicate with your children.

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Leadership that matters

There are many forms of leadership. Leading your child is important, but not in a way which will diminish their confidence to make their own choices and decisions. Find out about various styles of leadership in this podcast.