Respectful parenting is rooted in the belief that children are equals and should be respected, valued, and heard as individuals. Some of us may want our children to have a childhood different from ours, but we may not know how to go about it. To support you on your respectful parenting journey, we’ve put together a guide culled from experts who share their professional expertise and personal experiences as parents.
Strategies and Tips
Our educators, experts, and parent educators shared practical hands-on strategies and real-life experiences to help you navigate the most demanding moments and phases as you develop deep, meaningful and sustainable relationships with your children. Read on to find out how to apply these principles into practice at home, while shaping their behaviour and arming them with the appropriate lifeskills.
Developing higher-order thinking skills through play
Understanding and managing big emotions
Nurturing our children's wellbeing
Resolving conflicts peacefully
Changing parenting patterns
Developing empathy and kindness
The EtonHouse Approach
Working closely with a school to develop a holistic approach to support your child's learning and development is crucial. Here, we explored the strategies and tools our educators applied in school to cultivate a respectful learning environment and the ways to build consistency between the school and home environment. Find out how EtonHouse schools cultivate a community of respectful learners.
Connect with us
EtonHouse International School welcomes children from 18 months to 18 years of age. We have 14 campuses across Singapore so that you can choose one that best fits your family.
Sign up for our free events to connect with like-minded parents and start your respectful parenting journey with the support from the EtonHouse community.
- Playmania - community playdate at EtonHouse Thomson and Sentosa (in-person)
- University Guidance & Careers at EtonHouse Orchard (in-person)