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Parents and caregivers are invited to explore the unfolding developmental changes and feeling-life of the primary school age child, as it awakens and becomes independent of the parents and caregivers.

The feelings, thoughts and deeds of the community shape a foundation for emotional capacity as adults.
What lives in our feeling life in these times?
What is the soul-food that can nourish our children’s unfolding development?

Melanie will host two sessions. The first (Wednesday 22nd May) is for parents and caregivers of children in classes 1-10, the second session (Thursday 23rd May) is for parents and caregivers of children in Early Childhood (playgroup, preschool, kindergarten).


Interested in attending? Click here to RSVP.


About Melanie.
Melanie Deefholts is an international speaker on behalf of Developing the Self – Developing the world and an author and tutor for EduCareDo. Melanie has been supporting teachers and education management in various schools around Australia and Asia through adult education, professional development and teacher mentoring for the past 15 years. She specialises in understanding child development through observations of daily life and how to work with this in a living way within the home and the classroom. Melanie works with parents as well as teachers in private and group education and recently started tutoring at Sydney Rudolf Steiner college. Melanie also works directly with young adults as a facilitator of the Healthy Relationships with Self and Others: Social Understanding Programs for Developing the Self Developing the World. Melanie has been working with The Armidale Waldorf school since 2014.

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