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Would you like to understand why your child behaves the way they do?
Are you interested in knowing more about why you parent the way you do?
Would you like to explore how to enhance your parenting and relationship with your child?
Bringing up Great Kids (BUGK) is a parenting program developed by the Australian Childhood Foundation in 2005 and has helped tens of thousands of parents and has won national awards. The program is for parents/carers of primary school aged children.
This is a reflective and respectful program with a focus on building loving and nurturing relationships between parents/carers and their children. The group offers the opportunity for parents/carers to reflect on their parenting style and to increase awareness and strength in their parenting skills moving forward.
Six sessions will be run by Rachael, a Social Worker and mum of 5 kids with over 20 years experience working with children and young people. Rachael is an accredited facilitator of this program.
When: Monday nights in Term 3, 7:30-9:30pm, July 17th - August 21st
Cost: $10 to cover materials, snacks, tea and coffee
Location: 25 / 1866 Princes Highway, Clayton
The program will be hosted at ZOE Foundation Australia, an organisation that works to combat child exploitation and human trafficking globally. In the work of ZOE we have seen how children who feel alone or isolated can become a target for online or physical exploitation. One of the key ways to reduce this vulnerability is for children to build strong relationships with safe and trusted adults.