“A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture, is like a tree without roots.” Marcus Garvey
This blog has been written by Dr Sia Rees, one of our Counselling Psychologists in the LAD Centre at Highbury. It builds on the theme of her LAD Parent talk from Term 1, ‘Is Sharing Caring’, which is also featured on our blog, but focusing specifically on communication with your children on the topic of Covid-19. Thank you, Sia, for sharing your valuable advice with us.
Dr Sia Rees, a Counselling Psychologist in our LAD Centre at Highbury, prepared and delivered a talk for our Highbury parents in Term 1 called ‘Is Sharing Caring’. Here is a summary of her talk:
This blog was written by Mrs Kirsten Baldocchi, Clinical Psychologist, who practices from Highbury’s Learning and Discovery (LAD) Centre once a week. Kirsten is a mother herself and has a special interest in studying/understanding modern parenting. A shorter version of this blog was featured in the November 2019 issue of The Crest magazine. Thank you, Kirsten, for your wise words!
Proudly Primary has been filled with so many exciting and insightful talks. We were proud to have a few of our own Highbury teachers to conduct some of the breakaway sessions – one of which was presented by Michelle Jones. Michelle spoke about “Growing a Growth Mindset”. She started off her session by asking each… Read more
Our new Headmaster, Mr Roland Lacock, had his first opportunity to formally address the Highbury parent body on Tuesday evening August 22nd at an evening event focused on a parenting talk from Colleen Wilson of Contemporary Parenting
When David Burns stepped into the role of Head of Senior Primary in 2016, one of his priorities was to re-ignite Highbury’s Culture of Honour that was started by the school’s previous headmaster, Richard Stanley, based on the work of Stephen Covey. Culture is a powerful force that influences our behaviour, sometimes without us even… Read more