It is well recognised in education that the first year of Secondary School is of vital importance for any young person’s future performance.
The friends they make, their attitude to school and school work and their behaviour and attendance all impact on their learning, future happiness and success. Helping a child make as smooth and stress-free transition as possible must be the aim of every good school and every parent.
The end of primary school tends to be a busy and emotional time for some but once the summer break starts thoughts turn to their new school which can make some children become a little worried. In order to support your child during this period we will look at some top tips for helping your child prepare for transition by identifying their concerns, working with them on key skills and providing opportunities to developing independence and resilience.
Date: Wednesday 19th June
Time: 7.00pm – 9.00pm
Venue: Grove Park Primary School,
Nightingale Cl, Chiswick, London W4 3JN
This workshop has 30 places. Places cost £17.50 each.
Additional places can be added at checkout
Some subsidised places are available to Grove Park parents who need them - speak to Jo Lovatt.
"Very useful. My daughter is getting quite anxious and now I feel I have some ways of helping her." Parent
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