Professional Learning Community: Family Engagement and Support

  • 16th Oct 2020
  • Multiple
  • Culture & Community
  • Spaces
  • Primary
  • Leadership, Community
  • Lunch Not Included
  • Refreshments Not Included
  • From £40.00
Overview

Starting in Autumn term 2020, augmenting our full CPD suite, the Learning Partnership has commissioned Julie Westrop to lead a professional learning community focused on family engagement.

Julie’s 22 year very successful teaching and senior leadership career, saw her working in both primary and secondary schools in West Africa, London and East Anglia. She always preferred to work in schools serving communities with more disadvantage than most, welcoming the opportunities to work with families and the wider community in enhancing educational experiences, raising both aspirations and achievement and creating strong communities of learners.

Family engagement and support Session 1 with Julie Westrop
16th October between 10-11.30
Focused on Coping with anxiety (children, young people and parents)

Family engagement and support Session 2
19th November between 1.15-2.45
Focused on Developing Resilience, in children, young people and parents

Family engagement and support Session 3
28th January between 10-11.30
Focused on Improving Communication with Parents/Carers

Family engagement and support Session 4
23rd March between 1/15-2.45
Focused on Engaging parents in supporting learning

Family engagement and support Session 5
21th April between 10-11.30
Focused on Sleep and healthy lifestyles

Family engagement and support Session 6
17th June between 1.15-2.45
Focused on Transition

About The Course
  1. Coping with anxiety ( children, young people and parents)
  2. Developing Resilience, in children, young people and parents
  3. Improving Communication with Parents/Carers
  4. Engaging parents in supporting learning
  5. Sleep and healthy lifestyles
  6. Transition
About the Programme Leader

Julie’s 22 year very successful teaching and senior leadership career, saw her working in both primary and secondary schools in West Africa, London and East Anglia. She always preferred to work in schools serving communities with more disadvantage than most, welcoming the opportunities to work with families and the wider community in enhancing educational experiences, raising both aspirations and achievement and creating strong communities of learners.

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16th Oct 2020
10:00am - 11:30am
Available
£40.00
19th Nov 2020
01:15pm - 02:45pm
Available
£40.00
28th Jan 2021
10:00am - 11:30am
Available
£40.00
23rd Mar 2021
01:15pm - 02:45pm
Available
£40.00
21st Apr 2021
10:00am - 11:30am
Available
£40.00
17th Jun 2021
01:15pm - 02:45pm
Available
£40.00