Email The Conversation By Laurien Beane, Michael Chambers and Natasha Wardman Posted December 19, 2019 06:30:09 Photo: Parents should also be wary of the dangers of overprotective parenting. (Unsplash: Clarisse Meyer, CC0) Related Story: Can you choose your children’s friends? Related Story: My kids joined a gang and I couldn’t be more relieved Related Story: A week after my son turned four these three words changed my life Map: Australia Friendship is critical to a young person’s development. Recent research showed teenagers with just one close friend were better able to bounce back from stress than teenagers without one.But we also know about the high prevalence of bullying in schools and may have, ourselves, had a negative early friendship that has affected us well into adulthood.So, if you suspect your child — whether they are in early childhood education and care, primary or secondary school — has a questionable friend, here are some tips on how to deal with it.Early childhood (birth to five years)Early childhood education and care centres enrol children from birth to five years old. One of the learning outcomes of the governing Early Years Learning Framework is to teach and assess if children can “learn to… Read full this story
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