Home & School Working Together

Children benefit when home and school work together. To support this position, PLD offers an extensive range of parent manuals, milestones, and information sheets, and videos. These resources outline key information to be provided to parents, caregivers, and the wider community. The resources are ideal to be disseminated to newsletters, websites, and general communication. 

What to do if Concerned About a Child’s Development?

it is recommended that home and school work together to access support service in order to cater for the learning needs of the child. Research clearly states that the earlier intervention commences, the better the outcomes for the child. If children have difficulties within the oral language or pre-literacy realm, consult a Speech Pathologist. If children have difficulties relating to movement and motor skills, consult an Occupational Therapist. PLD no longer operates a clinic and are unable to provide advice or recommendations for individual children. PLD provides information to schools, so that they are in a better position to engage with parents. 

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Parent Education in the Early Years

Kindergarten (WA/QLD/SA/TAS), Preschool (NSW/ACT/NT/VIC)

Parent Education in Foundation

Pre-Primary (WA), Kindergarten (NSW/ACT), Prep (QLD/VIC/TAS), Reception (SA), Transition (NT)

Parent Education in Year 1 & 2
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