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Upcoming Events...

SOLD OUT – Primary School Maths Workshop

6-12 yearsWorkshop
Mon 16th Sep. 2019 | 7:15 - 9:15pm
Westbrook Hay Prep School, Hemel Hempstead **This event is now SOLD OUT**  Due to popularity, we will be running the same event in St Albans on November 18th.

Maths has changed since many parents were at school. Even the jargon is diffferent. In order to support our children it’s helpful for us to know the basics. This workshop is perfect for parents of children from Reception to Year 4.

Growth Mindset – A Guide for Parents Talk

6-12 yearsTalk
Tue 1st Oct. 2019 | 19:15-21:15
Maltings Arts Theatre Level 2, St Albans, AL1 3HL

Developing a growth mindset equips children with a resilient and solid way to approaching learning anything in life. Parents can benefit from developing this mindset too.

Primary School Maths – the Basics for Parents Workshop

6-12 yearsWorkshop
Mon 18th Nov. 2019 | 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Camp Primary and Nursery School, St Albans AL1 5PG

Many parents are keen to understand how maths is taught today, as it has changed considerably since they were at school. We often hear how even the language used in schools nowadays, such as ‘number […]

Raising Confident Children and Tackling Their Fears Talk

6-12 yearsTalk
Mon 25th Nov. 2019 | 19.15-21.15
The SandPit Theatre, The Ridgeway, St Albans, AL4 9NX

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 […]

Understanding and Managing Anger in Children Talk

6-12 yearsTalk
Mon 2nd Dec. 2019 | 19:15 - 21:15
The SandPit Theatre, The Ridgeway, St Albans, AL4 9NX

Anger and assertiveness can be a healthy reaction in children and normal bid for independence and self protection. But when it becomes excessive, it can be harmful for the child and for those around them.  […]