PARENTS should ban their children from having soft drink and fruit juice until they reach at least high school age to arrest skyrocketing obesity rates, Queensland's chief health officer says.
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The Islamic State is using replications of video games to recruit and teach its followers.
Something to watch out for as parents. What are your kids playing? Don't be afraid to watch them play and ask them about it.
other UnivesityeWould you like the chance to receive an ATAR contribution while experiencing life at a world-class university?
The University of Melbourne Extension Program provides an opportunity for you to study at university during Year 12, and gain valuable academic skills while getting a head start on your future studies.
As an Extension Program student, you will complete university studies alongside your Year 12 subjects. The program provides an academic challenge and allows you to explore a particular subject area at a more advanced level.
Look for extension programmes in other Universities that your children may want to study in, closer to you.
"18% of NZ children aged 11 affected by a mental health disorder. By secondary school, 27% affected by depression and anxiety." #HCNZ
Some interesting reading here. What do you think?
Rebecca Mitchell, 44 Kindergarten teacher and mother of four I was brought up on the beautiful north coast of Cornwall, walking my dog and spending time in the woods, on the cliffs and the beach. I felt free. My grandparents had a record player, and when I was a teenager my boyfriend gave me a Walkman, but that was all the entertainment technology we had. I have no abiding memory of watching TV and, when I had my first child, I wanted the same experiences for her.