Penrith Christian School is pleased to host an important seminar for parents, RAISING CHILDREN IN A HYPER-SEXUALISED SOCIETY, presented by David and Katie Kobler from ‘Protect Our Kids’ and 'Your Choicez'.
This night for parents only is open to PCS families and anyone else in our local community. Parents and guardians (no matter the age of your child) need to hear the important messages at this Seminar, so that you have the tools to help your child navigate our hyper-sexualised society.
All PCS families will receive a printed invitation early in Term 3, but in the meantime, you are welcome to book in and invite your friends and family.
An optional dinner is available, and includes a full buffet (including pasta, salads, curry, roast, dessert, soft drinks, tea/coffee). Come and enjoy a meal with other parents and avoid the rush to have dinner at home before the Seminar!
Tuesday 15 Aug 2017
6.00 pm Dinner (optional)
7.00 pm Seminar
$20 (Dinner + Seminar)
$5 (Seminar only)
Penrith Christian School
1 Simeon Rd, Orchard Hills, NSW 2748
For more information, please contact
02 4737 4300
At a time when parents can feel overwhelmed and powerless to address issues such as social media, apps, sexting, and pornography, there is a huge amount parents can do.
This parents only night aims to address the intimate questions that parents have while empowering them to be an influential presence in their children’s lives:
How to parent your child through a sexually saturated society
The truth behind media, marketing and advertising and how it can affect young people
Sexting, apps and the online world; the secrets parents need to know
Pornography; what you need to know as a parent
The effects of poor sexual decision-making
Rites of passage; your son’s and daughter’s journey to adulthood
The crucial role parents can play in giving their children a healthy understanding of sexuality and relationships
DID YOU KNOW?
The average age of a young person’s first exposure to pornography is 11 years of age
1 in 5 young people struggle with an eating disorder
54% of students reported receiving a sexually explicit text message
26% of students reported sending a sexually explicit text message
74% of parents feel they are unaware of what their children are doing online