St Rose has a range of parent resources containing some interesting and valuable information to help you as parents assist in the educational development of your children. These resources are available in the school library and may be accessed on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and afternoons before and after school. We are constantly updating and adding to these so please feel free to come to the library to browse and borrow.
CATHOLIC SCHOOL PARENTS (CSP)
The CSP represents all parents and carers of students in Catholic Schools in Broken Bay. There are a variety of great resources for parents. To access these click the link to BBCSP Website or click on the individual titles.
- Modules for parents to work with their children at home
- Parenting enewsletter a variety of excellent information
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PARENT ENGAGEMENT Parent Engagement Checklist
- Comprehension strategies to use at home
- Literacy Parent Educaton – parent information slides
- 5 ways to build your childs literacy skills K to 4
- Helping your child with writing
- Tips to Support your child in Literacy
- Helping your child with Literacy
- How much is too much to tell our kids
- Getting your child ready for School
- Preparing your child for High School
- Avoiding the pitfalls of labelling kids
- Don’t threaten, bribe or deal- breath and act instead
- Encouraging Kids to be Problem Solvers
- Father to Father
- How to Build Up Frequent Father Points
- Parenting for Independence audit – How to assess if you are parenting to build independence
- Helping kids focus in the age of distraction
- Focus on “Not in front of the Children”
- Secrets of managing boys’ behaviour
- Insights into How to work closely with your child’s teacher
- Parenting the in between years (8-12Yrs)
- Positive Parenting Ideas
Cybersafety and Technology
- SNAPCHAT – Office of the eSafety Commissioner related to a new feature in SNAPCHAT.
- How to reduce Daily Screen Time
- Tips on Technology or TV – Part 1
- Tips on Technology or TV Part 2
- Small Screen
- Technology Holiday Guide for Parents
- The role of parents and screen time
- Facebook Friend or Foe
- Keeping kids safe in a cyber world
- G Rated Kids
DEALING WITH GRIEF
What is Grief?
Grief is our reaction to loss. Someone who has experienced a loss can feel like being lost in a maze of conflicting emotions. This is normal following significant loss. Some examples of significant losses are the death of a loved one, divorce/separation or relationship breakdown, death of a pet, loss of job, home, identity or independence, caring for someone with a chronic or a life threatening illness.
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Supporting children dealing with grief
You may find some of the following links useful to help you support your family to discuss loss and grief.
- The National Centre for Childhood Grief-Kids and Grief
- National Association for Loss and Grief-Explaining death to children
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES AND LINKS
- I am grieving – how can I support myself
- Supporting someone who is grieving
- Young People and grief
- Children and grief
National Association for Loss and Grief
Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement
- How you can help someone who is grieving
- Preschoolers and grief
- Adolescents and grief
- Bereavement Care Centre
- The Invisible String (picture book)
Prayers to Pray
Children and funerals
Live Life Well @ School
- Eat the Best Live the Rest
- 5 Ways to a Healthy Lifestyle
- Nutrition in schools
- Why is Eating different types of Vegetables important?
- Fruit Salad
- Keen Green Beans
- Why Crunch and Sip?
- Kids Love Carrots
- Healthy Lunch Box
- Healthy Lunch Box 2
- Healthy Lunch Box 3
- Healthy Canteen Choices
- Helping Children Deal with Anxiety Video