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.
Growth Mindset – A Guide for Parents Talk
The Maltings Theatre, Level 2, The Maltings, St Albans AL1 3HL
Do you believe that you are either clever or you’re not? Do you think intelligence is a fixed thing? A ground breaking theory on mindset is making huge waves in how children are being taught […]
How to Help Your Teen Plan to Achieve Their Goals Workshop
Fleetville Infant and Nursery School, Woodstock Rd South Entrance, AL1 4QJ
Successful people and achievers in all fields all set goals. Setting goals provides both short and long term motivation. It focuses your knowledge gathering and helps you to organise your time and your resources so that you can make the very most of your life. This workshop will help parents explore the science of goal setting, its impact on resilience and how it can be used to reduce stress, in particular exam stress in their children.
Understanding Eating Disorders in Children and Teens Talk
The Maltings Theatre, St. Albans AL1 3HL
Obesity and mental health problems are among the greatest health challenges for children and young people. Typically, they are talked about and addressed separately. This talk will focus on the complex relationship between mental health […]
Understanding Adolescence – Positive Strategies for Parents Talk
The SandPit Theatre, The Ridgeway, St Albans, AL4 9NX
Adolescence is a developmental stage that takes up 10% of our lifespan. We all experience it, few of us remember it, yet arguably it has the greatest impact on our futures. Adolescents often feel misunderstood […]