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For example, imagine a child that will not share their colours with your child. We, as parents consult the teacher at the first opportunity and handle the situation for our child. Maybe the child is not being selfish but afraid. Maybe there was a common ground for the two children to meet but this never gets the opportunity for development. Children no longer need to figure out how to manage their money to be able to buy a packet of sweets.
Parents do a weekly shop and throw the big bag of Haribo in the trolley. We now have the snowflake generation who melt away at the slightest bit of discomfort in school, sport, work and life. This is because as our youth move into adulthood there is no longer the scaffolding. Young students may need help to develop resilience so they can respond appropriately to conflict.
Its ok not to be ok. As parents our sole mission is for our children not to go without, for them to be ok, for them to be successful, for them to have better opportunities than us. All being said however, the good news is that resilience can be taught. We, as a society and as parents need to teach our youth and children how to take ownership of their wellbeing and resilience. This can be achieved. We need to equip our children with problem solving and coping skills as they are indelibly linked to all parts of life and are the nuts and bolts of good wellbeing and resilience.
She is the owner of www. She has taught 5th and 6th classes over the past six years and she has seen the heightened anxiety and worry experienced by pupils and indeed their parents with regard to the move from primary to secondary school.
Over , families have received the payment in respect of , children since the scheme commenced in July. However, Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection, Regina Doherty has urged families with school-going children, who have not yet applied, to check out their entitlement to the scheme as they may qualify for a payment.