STARTING HIGH SCHOOL

IMAGINE your child leaving primary school and starting their first day of high school.

Not overwhelmed. Not anxious.

Just equipped with strategies and a mindset that will help them to be

CONFIDENT, PREPARED and READY to thrive.

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7 Ways To Help Children Cope With Starting High School

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HIGH SCHOOL ROCKS

By Jenny Atkinson

Children can find starting high school exciting, but also daunting. For parents too, it can seem like a new world as they know that high school is definitely not the same as primary school.

Based on the latest research, and with useful tips and success stories from teachers, parents and the students themselves, you'll have everything you need to help your child thrive and have an awesome high school experience.

  • Coping with the stress of moving to high school
  • Handling homework, study and exams
  • Dealing with friendships and bullying
  • Getting organised and managing time
  • Communicating with your child in the teen years
  • Communicating with teachers
  • Using Technology
  • Cybersafety
  • ... and much more

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PRAISE FOR HIGH SCHOOL ROCKS

This book should be compulsory reading for every parent of a Year 6 student. I am excited that such an excellent resource has been created – jam packed full of great stuff!
Maggie Dent,
Parenting Author and Educator

Starting high school can be hard yakka for many kids. This great guide smooths the way at a stage when they are grappling with many changes. Mark this down as MUST READ.
Michael Grose,
Parenting Author and Educator, Parentingideas.com.au

This book is essential reading for parents preparing their children for the challenging transition to high school. The practical suggestions will enable parents and children to manage the many adjustments needed to succeed at school – in academic, social, behavioural and psychological realms. I would highly recommend ‘High School Rocks’ to parents and teachers.
Dr Sharmilla Betts,
Clinical Psychologist

An excellent book for any parent with a child in Year 5 or 6 or even if your child has started high school. Well researched, easy to read and very practical in its approach, it is a great handbook and is backed up with additional information and resources.
Anne Hastie,
Parent

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