school-age

6-12 years

Children’s behaviour changes dramatically once they reach the school age years. Up until this point their parents have likely been the main models for how to act, but now they are exposed to a new world of characters, including teachers and other children, who may come from very different backgrounds. This is often a difficult time for parents as they can feel they are losing control over their children (and of course they are, to some extent). There are a number of behavioural considerations during this age range, including the following.

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