Young People & Alcohol Forum – Saturday 24th May

We are pleased to announce that Claire Orange, co-director of Focus 4 Success Health + Well-Being has agreed to facilitate the "Young People & Alcohol" forum to be held on the afternoon of the PFFWA's annual conference. Suzie Macintosh, a leading life coach and mentor will be on the panel alongside Bruno Faletti, Manager of School Drug Education and Road Aware, Sam Menezes from Introduce Secondary Supply Laws in WA and Lee Lombardi from Hope Community Services. We'd love you to be … [Read more...]

PFFWA successful in securing NGCS funding for Triple P Stepping Stones program for parents of children with disability

The Parents and Friends Federation of Western Australia has secured funding to provide training for 20 new Triple P Stepping Stones practitioners in Western Australia who will be engaged to provide both group and individualised sessions for parents of children with a disability during the 2014 calendar year. This will provide parents with additional skills to better manage their child but also confidence in working with their school to improve consistency and behavioural expectations which in … [Read more...]

An amazing quote by General Colin Powell…

Colin Powell quote - Apr14

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New sponsors for our Conference in May

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We are very pleased to announce that Midford School Wear, Fotoworks, Commonwealth Bank School Banking and the Cancer Council have taken up Diamond Sponsorship of our Conference on the 24th May. As parents in our schools, we encourage you and your school parent community to support these businesses and programs.   We are grateful for their financial assistance in holding the Conference and hope that you make time to speak with them during the breaks on the day. … [Read more...]

Education Equals website a great new resource for parents

Charlene and Mirella, two highly experienced mathematics educators, based in Perth, have developed an excellent website, Education Equals where parents can get the advice and resources they need to help them build mathematical confidence and competence in their children aged 6 months - 17 years. "Providing useful, practical support for parents as they aim to help their children with their maths is our key goal.  In our experience it is when parents join with teachers in an educational … [Read more...]