Renee Eyre – Psychologist

Renee Eyre – Psychologist

Renee Eyre is an experienced child psychologist who works at Kids First Children's Services in Sydney's northern beaches

Cheryl King – Child & Family Clinician

Cheryl King – Child & Family Clinician

Cheryl is an experienced case manager, family clinician and relationship educator.  As a provisional psychologist in the final months of a two-year psychology internship, she will complete her 6 year degree in early 2021. During her long career, Cheryl has supported children, adolescents and families with a variety of needs. She started her professional life […]

End of the year survival guide for time-poor parents

After a BIG year, the run up to December holidays can be exhausting for children, families and hard-working teachers. When everyone is tired, the last weeks of preschool and school can be tricky. With routines out of kilter, exciting extra outings and a seemingly urgent need to catch up with everyone you know before 25 […]

School cut off dates: When can my child start school?

Preview(opens in a new tab) One of the trickiest thing about starting school in Australia is that every state seems to do it differently! Instead of all children starting school when they are of a similar age, each state has its own set of rules about the age at which children can start school. And […]

Educational games and toys for kids on a rainy day

Being stuck inside because of wet winter weather is a challenge for active, curious kids. So what educational games and toys will keep your kids engaged and entertained when they can’t go outside this winter? Kids First Children’s Services founder and teacher, Sonja Walker, gives her top tips… While computer games, Netflix, iPads and DVDs […]

OT @ Home: How to make your own crash mat

Some occupational therapy rooms are full of crash mats and things for children to jump onto. Not only are these types of jumping and crashing activities fun for your child, they also have a lot of sensory benefits. A crash mat can provide proprioceptive input and deep pressure for your child which leads to better […]

School Ready Toolkit

Your children are at home. Perhaps preschool is closed for a while – and there’s only so many repeats of Peppa Pig that you can bear! You’re committed to ensuring that your children develop all of the positive skills they need to have a happy, healthy, confident start to primary school – but you’re not […]

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