Have a Question? Need Parenting Advice? Ask Michael Hawton

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Join us online or invite our professional trainer to your workspace. Parentshop offers NESA registered behaviour management professional development courses for primary school leaders & teachers.

Parentshop have trained over 12,500 teachers and professionals across Australia.

Let us support you to improve behaviour in primary schools with a ‘whole of school’ approach.

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Quick & Affordable

One day professional development, start from $299

Research shows that children who can control their impulses do better in academic & social situations.

Primary school staff are often first to identify children’s behavioural & emotional support needs. While teachers & parents play an integral part in children’s behaviour-change, Parentshop provides solutions to:

  • How to manage behavioural issues?
  • How to reduce the stress of disruptions?
  • What happens when children get upset?
  • What adults can do to help with this emotion?
  • How to help students engage their ‘mental brakes’ and develop self-control?
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Method-based Learning

Simple, effective, & easy to apply in a school environment

Parentshop endorses:

  • A safe and consistent learning environment
    Students experience a predictable and effective response to behavioural issues by all adults across the school community.

  • Less crowd control, more learning
    Teachers can focus on teaching, students on learning, school leaders on developing a quality learning environment and parents can enjoy family time again.

  • Less stress, more confidence
    A common understanding reduces conflict between school leaders, parents and staff, supporting better relationships and mental health for all.

SCHOOL LEADERS & EXECUTIVE TEAMS

TEACHERS

GUIDANCE COUNSELLORS

“At the heart of what we do is the ability to make a positive contribution to the lives of children and families.”

MICHAEL HAWTON, MAPS.

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