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July 23, 2014

‘Celebrity Parent Hero Award’ goes to Jo Stanley

MEDIA RELEASE – 24 July 2014 ‘Celebrity Parent Hero Award’ goes to Jo Stanley The CASSE Peaceful Schools Program is delighted to announce that Jo Stanley […]
July 21, 2014

United stand against bullying the key

 By Carolyn Aston Re ‘Stawell unites in brave stand against scourge of bullying’, by Wes Hosking, published in The Herald Sun, July 18, 2014 Great to […]
July 17, 2014

CASSE Parent Hero Awards

MEDIA RELEASE Harnessing the power of parents in the battle against bullying How parents respond when their child is in a difficult situation has a very […]
July 16, 2014

Parents can help teenagers with anxiety and depression

By Carolyn Aston Re: ‘Teenagers more anxious and depressed’, by Amy Corderoy, published in The Age, July 10, 2014 Amy Corderoy’s article about the rise in […]
July 11, 2014

Bubs and Pubs

By Carolyn Aston Congratulations to Darren Maddock for ‘creating a safe sealed container’ for expecting Dads to openly discuss their reservations and fears about the imminent […]
July 3, 2014

Are you trying too hard to be a parent?

by Carolyn Aston, Director CASSE’ Peaceful Schools Program. Response to Today Show interview with Professor Kim Oates: Are you trying too hard to be a perfect […]
June 25, 2014

CASSE Peaceful Schools Program Awards!

Are you a parent hero, or know someone who is? Want to win a great prize? Introducing the CASSE Peaceful Schools Program Awards! Entry is easy! […]
June 20, 2014

CASSE Peaceful Schools Program / Deakin University Computer Game Workshop

CASSE Peaceful Schools Program is very excited to report our 2nd successful computer game workshop in collaboration with Deakin University. Deakin IT Lecturer Dr. Michael Hobbs […]
June 12, 2014

Parent Heroes – The ‘Compassionate Mum’

By Carolyn Aston Have you ever thought how hard a job it is to be a parent these days and how often we see  or hear […]
June 12, 2014

CASSE Peaceful Schools Program

The CASSE Peaceful Schools Team is looking forward to presenting at two important forthcoming conferences. Carolyn Aston, Director of CASSE’s Peaceful Schools Program, will be presenting […]
May 27, 2014

Gaming for good

Developing computer games with a sense of altruism CASSE’s student-driven Peaceful Schools Program (PSP) is working with Deakin University Information Technology students to develop a new computer game […]
April 17, 2014

CASSE’s PSP can lead the way in reducing bullying

By Carolyn Aston RE: ‘Schoolyard bullies cost taxpayers millions in victim compensation payouts’, by Wes Hosking, published in The Herald Sun, Wednesday 16 April 2014 This […]

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