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.
Holiday Learning Ideas Workshop
Camp Primary and Nursery School, AL1 5PG
After the long school summer holiday, teachers often talk about the ‘dip’ some children make in their learning, meaning that they have slipped back a few months. How can you as a parent or carer […]
Growth Mindset – A Guide for Parents Talk
Parmiter’s school (Main Hall), High Elms Lane, Watford, Herts. WD25 0UU
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
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 […]