Free Parent Webinar - How's your daughter travelling?

Almost 1 in 5 young people in Australia aged 11 to 17 years experience high or very high levels of psychological distress. After such a challenging year for young people in 2020, it's crucial for us to have the confidence and strategies to support our daughters to thrive this year.


About The Big Sister Experience

Our Mission -The Big Sister Experience has a mission to inspire the young girls of today, through self-love and self-confidence to become the capable, resilient and empowered women of tomorrow.

What We Do -The Big Sister Experience is a social enterprise that saves the lives of young girls. We deliver in-school workshops, family workshops, community events, professional development for educators, and online membership programs, to promote tools and strategies on how to live a happy and healthy life.


Helpful Tips while going through the COVID-19 Crisis and lockdowns.


Dear parents and students,


If you have any concerns about your wellbeing please do not hesitate to seek help through the help lines available see links provided. The school has on hand counselors to also assist students and support them


 The World Health Organization (WHO) created an infographic with helpful tips for helping children cope with stress during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Tips for Helping Children Cope During the Outbreak

  • Children may respond to stress in different ways such as being more clingy, anxious, withdrawing, angry or agitated, bedwetting etc.
  • Respond to your child’s reactions in a supportive way, listen to their concerns and give them extra love and attention.
  • Children need adults’ love and attention during difficult times. Give them extra time and attention.
  • Remember to listen to your children, speak kindly and reassure them.
  • If possible, make opportunities for the child to play and relax
  • Keep to regular routines and schedules as much as possible, or help create new ones in a new environment, including school/learning as well as time for safely playing and relaxing.
  • Provide facts about what has happened, explain what is going on now and give them clear information about how to reduce their risk of being infected by the disease in words that they can understand depending on their age.