With the summer holidays a mere couple of weeks away, the En Bref team asked members of the many La Chât parent Book Clubs, for their holiday reading recommendations.
Anxiety disorders are the most common class of mental disorders among young people, yet most struggle to talk about it, and only about a third receive the help that they need. The screening of ‘Angst’ at La Chât was aimed at raising awareness of anxiety and of getting a discussion started. We bring you the key messages from the event.
Are you looking for some half-term activity inspiration?
Why not follow in the very large footsteps of parents who participated in the recent PTA Snowshoe Outing!
Read the advice of parents who have ‘been there, done that’.
Find out more about the forming of the La Chât Dad’s Group.
Love it or loathe it – there’s no escaping it! The snow is back. Read on for En Bref’s tips for beginners skiing.
Brie Mather’s wowed parents with her multi-media presentation – “Love the Skin You’re In”. She has already inspired tens of thousands of teen girls (and boys) worldwide to think differently about themselves and their bodies. Read on for a taste of what we learned.
Have you ever wondered why our teenagers behave the way they do?
During Wellbeing Week, therapist Annette Ebbinghaus, gave parents an insight into the development of the teenage brain – what’s going on in there, and how parents can help.
How to take responsibility for health and wellbeing in the workplace.
CAS makes up a core element of the IB diploma. IB students (years 12 and 13) are expected to develop