As you may know, this week is Education Week. So, it’s only fitting we highlight the influential role dads play in their child’s learning journey.
Right from birth through to adulthood, dads and father figures shape their child’s growth and development.
Fathers have not only been shown to have a significant impact on academic achievements, but children’s attitude towards learning and school is also very strongly influenced by their father.
- Promote a positive mindset. Help your child to see the benefits of their education and support them to learn and improve.
- Don’t pressure. Encourage them to be the best they can be, and help them plan on how they can improve.
- Mistakes are part of learning. Communicate this to your child and let them know we don’t always get things right the first time round. We learn from our mistakes and try again.
Podcast: Maggie Dent on Raising Happy Healthy Children
It’s always a pleasure hearing the wise words of parenting author Maggie Dent. She shares key insights parents need to know about raising happy, healthy kids.
How to Practice Active Listening with your Child
Active listening is a skill we need to use in everyday life, but especially with our children. Find out why it’s important.
St Edward’s have a Year 7 Parent Information Session: Understanding Adolescents on 24 August 2022, information will be emailed home this week.