Emotionally equipping kids for school
Beginning big school can be an anxious time for children and grown-ups.
As parents and carers we worry whether or not our little ones can write their name, know their alphabet, are able to count once they run out of fingers and toes.
But studies show that what children really need to get off to a good start at school are the right emotional skills.
Clinical psychologist Lynn Jenkins is helping families make sure their children are emotionally ready to face the challenges of school: