Resources For Parent Engagement In Wellbeing

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CSPV wants you to know  'you're not alone' - Resources to support families in remote learning

CatholicCare Emergency Relief

Funding - CatholicCare Emergency Relief Funding - for families experiencing financial hardship

The Fathering Project - Father's connecting with children

The Fathering Channel - hear from well known dads how they are connecting with their children during lockdown.

Family Relationships and Wellbeing

Beyond Blue - Coping with working from home and remote learning CatholicCare - Support for family relationships Headspace - coping with stress CatholicCare Family Week - resources and activities

Online Safety

ABC Education resources for years F-10 Students staying safe online - VicSRC resources Parents keeping children safe online - Commissioner for Children and Young People Parents and Carers Online Safety Advice during COVID-19 - Office of the e-safety Commissioner iParent information for online safety - Office of the e-safety Commissioner Family Zone - Managing screen time YSafe - download guide for parents on how to ensure your children are safe online

Parent Engagement in Learning Resources

The Five C’s of How Families Can Engage With Their Children’s Learning Amaze - Resources for parents of children with autism Kids News - Learning at Home Parent Engagement Toolkit FUSE Learning at Home for Primary Schools FUSE Learning at Home for Secondary Schools Video Series on Parent Engagement Parent Knowledge and Teacher Knowledge - Dr Debbie Pushor Partners4Learning resource Prayers for parents ABC Education resources Learning STEM at home  Khan Academy Ask Dr Universe Studio Code Indigenous Literacy Resources Parenting advice from Maggie Dent Daily Catholic Mass online Daily prayers Gonski Institute for Education Parent Resources

Curriculum information

Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority

Teacher Conduct

VIT - Teacher expectations for remote learning

Catholic Education Parent Handbooks

CECV Parent Handbook Primary - English CECV Parent Handbook Primary - Arabic CECV Parent Handbook Primary - Chinese CECV Parent Handbook Primary - Vietnamese CECV Parent Handbook Secondary - English CECV Parent Handbook Secondary - Arabic CECV Parent Handbook Secondary - Chinese CECV Parent Handbook Secondary - Vietnamese

University and TAFE Open Days

Melbourne University Open Day 2020 ACU Open Day 2020 - Virtual Open Day Chisholm Institute - Free TAFE courses available in specific industries RMIT Open Day 2020 - Online tour replays LaTrobe University Open Day 2020 Melbourne Institute of Technology Deakin University Open Day 2020 Monash University Open Day 2020

Career Pathway Resources

Career education-why it's important to engage with parents VET Resources GET VET Resources - helping your child follow their passion   [embed][/embed] Navigating a future career path [embed][/embed] What is the use of careers advice? For further information, contact the Careers and Pathways Transition Team in your diocese.

Connecting with your children

CatholicCare Refugee dads and kids weekend  CatholicCare School and Education Support

Future of Education

What School Could Be - Ted Dintersmith ACARA - Purposes of Education

Parent engagement is one of several elements identified through research that provide schools with the capacity to improve student learning outcomes. 

All parents have the capacity to engage with their children’s wellbeing, from a simple check in conversation about how they are feeling, active listening to understanding their concerns, encouraging them to try various strategies and working alongside teachers in identifying specific areas of support.

Support for parents to engage in their children’s wellbeing is a key element of the work of CSPV. As children’s first educators, parents are encouraged to work alongside teachers to guide and support their children’s wellbeing by engaging in what they are learning at school in the area of wellbeing. Taking an interest in the strategies they are being taught at school means children are receiving consistent messages and learning between home and school. 

CSPV promote and support parent capacity to engage in children’s wellbeing by sharing information and resources to support your children’s wellbeing through their formal education.