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Making friends in School and Childcare | Gowrie NSW

Key Points Childhood friendships teach skills such as sharing and help children to develop communication skills such as learning to express their emotions. By the age of three, children can generally ...
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Screen time for children- how much is too much?

Key Points The definition of screen time for kids in the guidelines includes TV, electronic gaming, computers, tablets and smartphones.  Sufficient physical activity and sleep combined with limited ...
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Separation Anxiety in Babies and Children: Causes and Management Tips

Key Points Separation anxiety is a sign that your child has a secure attachment and healthy bond to you. You are their world. And they don’t like the idea of being apart from you. Separation anxiety ...
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Managing Challenging Behaviour in Toddlers and Children

Key Points Understanding the reasons behind challenging behaviour and how to manage it can help the child and their parent/educator. By understanding why they are behaving in a certain way, you can ...
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Parental anxiety - How to Find Relief as an Anxious Parent

There is a great Steve Biddulph quote that says, "It is our job as parents to be less anxious than our children."
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Preschool and Early Learning | Gowrie NSW

For more than 80 years, Gowrie NSW has been at the forefront of early childhood education in Australia.
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Meet the Educators at Gowrie NSW

Gowrie NSW Erskineville Early Education and Care Meet Dasha , Centre Manager at Gowrie NSW Erskineville. Rachelle , Family Communications Coordinator, Bronwyn, 0 – 3’s Educational Leader and Fenn, ...
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Making the most of holidays during lockdown

Reset and Recharge It’s been a long term of remote learning and lockdown. None of us could have ever predicted what was coming and as we approach the end of the term, we’re all breathing a collective ...
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Primary Educator Relationships...what they mean for your child

Many parents have a fear that once they send their child off to childcare, they will be lost in a sea of other children.
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