Primary Parent PPUK Twilight Information Session

  • 7th Jun 2018
  • Multiple
  • Culture & Community
  • Spaces
  • Primary
  • Community

Please email enquiries@peterboroughlearning.org.uk to book your place/s!

Potential Plus UK session for Primary Parents

These sessions are free to attend however you MUST book you place in advance. Sessions will last around 1 - 1 ½ hours with refreshments provided.

About Potential Plus UK

These workshops are developed and delivered by Potential Plus UK, a national not-for-profit organisation that supports parents and professionals working with children and young people with high learning potential, often termed 'able, gifted and talented' within the school setting. For more information visit www.potentialplusuk.org

FULL Parenting a More Able Child - Wednesday 4th October 4:00 - 5:30 Venue: Dogsthorpe Academy

This workshop provides parents of more able learners with ideas and tips to support their child outside the classroom. We look at the meaning of ‘more able’, some of the common characteristics of these children and their corresponding needs. We consider what parents can do at home to support their children.

Supporting the Wellbeing of More Able Children - 21st February Wednesday 4:00 - 5:30 Venue: St Thomas More Primary School

Supporting the wellbeing of our children is crucial for all parents and carers. In this workshop we will consider some specific concerns that are common for ‘more able’ children, such as a sense of belonging, perfectionism and academic stress. Together we will explore these concerns and consider practical strategies to help our children.

Homework and Curriculum Extension – how parents can support their children - 7th June 218 4:00 -5:30 Venue: The Beeches Primary School

In this workshop we will consider how parents and carers can use their children’s homework to broaden and deepen their learning. We will also explore together how we can help our ‘more able’ children to develop good habits and transferable skills, such as organisation and research skills.

21st Century Skills - Part 1 of 3- 27th April Friday 1:00 - 2:45 Venue: Ravensthorpe Primary School

This is the first of 3 sessions over 3 school terms. Each session can be done individually, but it will have most impact if parents and carers can attend all 3 sessions. The course aims to give parents and carers the understanding and confidence to support their ‘more able’ children with the soft skills that they will need as they go through education and out into the world. We will identify the needs of the participants in the group in order to ensure that the sessions are meaningful and appropriate, but typically we could be looking at communication skills, creative and critical thinking, and self assessment and reflection.

21st Century Skills - Part 2 of 3 - 4th May Friday 1:00 - 2:45 Venue: Ravensthorpe Primary School

This is the second of 3 sessions over 3 school terms. Each session can be done individually, but it will have most impact if parents and carers can attend all 3 sessions. The course aims to give parents and carers the understanding and confidence to support their ‘more able’ children with the soft skills that they will need as they go through education and out into the world. We will identify the needs of the participants in the group in order to ensure that the sessions are meaningful and appropriate, but typically we could be looking at communication skills, creative and critical thinking, and self assessment and reflection.

21st Century Skills - Part 3 of 3 - 11th May Friday 1:00 - 2:45 Venue: Ravensthorpe Primary School

This is the third of 3 sessions over 3 school terms. Each session can be done individually, but it will have most impact if parents and carers can attend all 3 sessions. The course aims to give parents and carers the understanding and confidence to support their ‘more able’ children with the soft skills that they will need as they go through education and out into the world. We will identify the needs of the participants in the group in order to ensure that the sessions are meaningful and appropriate, but typically we could be looking at communication skills, creative and critical thinking, and self assessment and reflection.

Please email enquiries@peterboroughlearning.org.uk to book your place/s!

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Homework and Curriculum Extension
7th Jun 2018
04:00pm - 05:30pm
Available