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This month we highlight great articles to help parents support their teens in term one, plus a feature in support of the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence. Perfect to share with parents in your newsletter, Facebook page, and other communications.

You can also request Learning Potential brochures for your parents - see below for details.
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Tips to help get ready for school
Making sure your teenager gets themselves ready for school in the morning can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. These tips will help you both get a great start to the day.
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Routines and teens - how you can help
Good routines can help your teen to feel grounded and secure, as well as helping them plan their time more effectively so they can manage the demands of school, friends, work, play and study. Try these tips.
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Year 11: Planning for Success
Graduation may feel a long way away, but now is the time for your teen to set themselves up to achieve the final school results they want. These six tips will give them a great head start.
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Year 12 Survival Plan
Year 12 is often seen as a year of stress for teens and their families, but these tips will help you and your teen not just survive, but thrive!
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We're all in this together
No matter how much or little time you have, this article has ideas for how you can contribute to your teen's school - from simply staying in touch, to offering a hand, to contributing to the big picture.
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Every day counts: school attendance
A student’s level of school attendance is a major influence on their achievement. These tips will help your teen turn up and maintain good attendance.
Artwork for National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence
Friday 16 March is the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence.
It's an important topic, so we're highlighting relevant articles from Learning Potential below.
You can also see the resources for schools on bullyingnoway.gov.au.
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Learning about the Digital World
All about digital literacy and how you can support your teen to develop their digital literacy skills.
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iParent
This hub created by the eSafety Commissioner helps parents make sure their kids get the best out of the online world – and stay safe.
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Cyberbullying
Signs to look out for and what you can do if you think your child is being bullied online.
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So your teen’s being bullied. What can you do about it?
It’s hard to hear that your teen is being bullied. These tips will help you know what to do.
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