As part of the #youvebeenmissed campaign, Lydia Stafford, a Mental Health Nurse working in the Forward Thinking Birmingham’s early help team is leading a webinar to support parents. Lydia is passionate about supporting parents to maintain and strengthen relationships with their children, whilst being able to manage difficulties and challenges. There are many transitions ahead for everyone moving slowly back into life after lockdown; Lydia will explain why self-care as a parent at this time is a priority not only for well-being but also in supporting and being “present” for their children during these transitions.
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- Parenting self-care support
15th October 2020
19:30 - 20:30
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For Art Subject Leads, Non Specialists, Curriculum Leads and Senior Leaders.
The impact of Covid-19 on children and young people cannot be underestimated. For most children their daily goal in going to school is not just to learn but to see their friends and to feel a sense of self-worth that only a peer group can offer. This is as pertinent to their holistic development as any lesson. As part of a recovery curriculum, Peer Tutoring can provide a renewed focus on building, maintaining and repairing relationships between both staff & students and student & students. This is coupled with the opportunity to focus on key learning of core subjects such as reading, literacy and numeracy, as well as supporting transition.
Do you lead PSHE in your school? Would you like support with developing your curriculum intent and implementation? Held on Zoom, this meeting is the third in the series and builds on the successful PSHE Subject Development Day held last year.
Role: Subject leaders/ Primary non specialist/ Curriculum leads. Phase: Primary