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The Learning Early Series is an online video series aimed at parents of children who will be enrolled at an Early Learning Centre or primary school in the not-too-distant future.  It was created to give these parents a better idea of what to expect when their child starts school and keep them abreast of all of the changes that have taken place in education and teaching.  So much has changed over the years.

The latest edition of Learning Early Series addresses a topic that causes great angst among many parents: discipline and behaviour.   Parents often worry about how their child will behave and how discipline will be exercised at school.

The Learning Early Series is brought to you by St John’s Grammar school in partnership with Jodie Benveniste.

About Jodie Benveniste
Jodie Benveniste is a psychologist, parenting author, parenting expert, TEDx speaker and director of Parent Wellbeing.
Jodie is the author of four books including the highly acclaimed Full Belly: Comfort and inspiration for pregnancy and birth, Little Bundle: Comfort and inspiration for new parents, and The Parent Manifesto: How to create a parenting approach that’s perfect for your family.
She has been featured on Today Tonight, The Morning Shows on Channel 7 and Channel 10, in The Australian, The Daily Telegraph, The Herald Sun, The Courier Mail, The Advertiser, The Sunday Mail, ABC and commercial radio, and in all the top parenting magazines.
About St John’s Grammar School
St John’s Grammar School is a leading independent school in South Australia.  It is situated in the Adelaide Hills in the beautiful suburb of Belair.    The school is a partnership of parents, students, staff and the Anglican Church.
  • Yes, discipline was a worry for me when the kids started school. A bigger worry when I realised it should be a worry :/

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  • Its very good knowledge to know! Thanks for sharing this article!

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  • this has been a great series to watch in bits and pieces lol. i agree that it is good to be up to date with things because experts recommendations are always changing.like with breastfeeding, it was recommended that you do it for a year and now it is two years

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  • I think it’s great to keep up to date with new changes

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  • great idea to promote learning as fun.

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  • I would rather get a book and read it like that sorry people rely on technology way to much these days

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  • a great series and well worth watching

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  • This information is great to know, thanks for sharing.

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  • There is so much we can be doing for our kids, all info if great!

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  • thank you sharing this article good read

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  • thanks for sharing was a great read

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  • Informative video – thanks for sharing.

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  • thanks for sharing these great ideas and tips.

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  • Great video to watched. Thank you for sharing.

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  • Good watching and interesting too.

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