Courses for Parents/Carers of Woodgate Primary School.
We have successfully run a range of courses this year.
Recently a group of parents took part in the 'Speak Easy' Relationship and Sex Education Course.
This course will be available again from September for any parent that missed the opportunity this term. Everyone that took part said how much they had enjoyed the course and that they now feel they have the confidence and information to discuss sensitive issues with their children that they did not have before.
The 'Digital Families' course was also well received and helped to raise awareness of digital safety and online media. This course will be available again next year.
Here is a list of courses that will be available next year completely free of charge. They will run during school hours at school.
Digital and Computer Skills for beginners
Creative Families - crafts including jewellery making, arts and crafts, clay work, stitching, upcycling, floristry etc.
Family Fortunes - Finance management, planning, food shopping, bills etc.
Learn through Play - enabling parents to develop their young child's speaking and listening skills.
Phonics - Help your child with phonics. This is a research programme run by Aston University.
Child Care - For parents/Carers who are considering a future career within a child setting.
Mindfulness Workshop - Understand how mindfulness can benefit the body and mind.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy - for anyone who is interested in counselling theories and their own self development.
Child Protection Workshop - suitable for anyone interested in working with children.
Behaviour Management Workshop - raise awareness of how to manage and reward different types of behaviour.
Understanding SEND Workshop - Identify differences and disabilities.
If you would like any more information on any of these courses please contact Sandra Curley at this email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Or leave a message and your name and number at the school office for Sandra to contact you.
We look forward to welcoming more parents to our courses and workshops this year.