What is the difference between a talk and a workshop?
Keystone Workshops offer parents the chance to hear an expert discuss a ‘niche’ topic in detail, within a small group setting. The main aim is to help educate parents so that they feel empowered to apply their learning in a very practical way at home.
Keystone Talks give audiences a unique opportunity to hear an expert offer an academic overview of a given topic. They tend to be delivered to large numbers of people and in more of a ‘lecture style.’
All tickets must be purchased in advance through the ‘BOOK NOW’ button at the bottom of each event. A small number of tickets may be available for some events at a higher price on the night.
Phonics for Reading Workshop
Fleetville Infants and Nursery School, Woodstock Rd South Entrance, AL1 4QJ
Many parents are confused by phonics – what it is, how it works and how to best support their child. Phonics is used in most schools today and is the cornerstone of learning to read […]
Understanding Eating Disorders in Children and Teens Talk
The Maltings Theatre, St. Albans AL1 3HL
Eating Disorders often appear in the media and have touched many personally. At one extreme they are trivialised as vanity or a lifestyle choice, and at the other cause alarm due to high profile deaths. […]
Raising Confident Children and Tackling Their Fears Talk
The Maltings Theatre, Level 2, The Maltings, St Albans AL1 3HL
We all want our children to be confident, but how can we make this happen? In this fun, skills-based talk, Professor Cartwright-Hatton will share what she knows about anxiety and confidence in children. She will introduce parenting techniques […]