Published by: Digital Schools
How to Make a Positive Transition Into Foundation (Prep)
In this video, Amba Brown sits down with Richard Mills from Digital Schools and talks about ways you can best support your child to make a positive transition into primary school
Starting School: Preparing Your Child
Positive Transitioning is implementing ways to best prepare individuals to navigate new beginnings. We do this by preparing them emotionally, practically and socially for their specific transition.
Here we discuss Positive Transitioning as a holistic framework, for supporting students during their school transitions; starting school, starting secondary school and finishing school.
Supporting the Starting School Transition
The transition to school is a big adjustment for both the child and their families. We touch on ways parents can holistically support their child to navigate this transition using the positive transitioning framework. We also discuss the importance of both encouraging positive future expectations and having conversations to alleviate any worries or concerns of the child.
Overview of the Finding Your Path Book Series
Designed to make self-help books fun and engaging for youth.
Amba shares a brief summary of each book. More information and resources at findingyourpathbooks.com
Guest Contributor: Amba Brown (with Richard Mills from Digital Schools)
Business Name: The Finding Your Path Project
Publisher: Digital Schools
Amba Brown is a Positive Psychology author and creator of the Finding Your Path Project, a book series to support youth school transitions; starting school, starting high school and finishing school.
Amba has been featured on a large number of mainstream platforms including the ABC, TEDx and the Huffington Post. Her work is recommended by a host of professionals from children’s psychologists through to the CEO of the Australian department of Education.
More information and resources at findingyourpathbooks.com
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