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.


You’ve got mail

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


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.