Category Archives: Family

Feeling mixed emotions on ANZAC Day.

This recently discovered photos of Aussies in the trenches in World War 1 brings another special memory to ANZAC Day celebrations this year in Melbourne. I’ve just finished watching the ANZAC Day parade here in Melbourne and how the next … Continue reading

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Cyber Safety – a bigger issue in homes than in schools?

At the start of the school year I’m teaching a series of workshops on cyber safety for students from Years 3 – 6 . These workshops coincide with the distribution the annual student Internet Agreement that parents and students sign. Part … Continue reading

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Teenagers in primary school – challenges on engagement and connectedness.

I have just finished sending in my last assignment for this semester [Masters Course] and with some relief I am now able to get some of my life back and amongest other things write a bit more on my blog. … Continue reading

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Mitchell at the Red Centre

Mitchell, my son has just returned from 13 days in the the Northern Territory and South Australia exploring the red centre of this vast continent. He has been to places I haven’t and has a set of experiences that will last … Continue reading

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