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Information and Discussion Coffee Mornings

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Put together by Support for Learning Teachers, this programme of free events is for all parents and carers who are interested in learning more about the topics covered. There is no need to book to attend, but if you have additional support requirements please let us know in advance.

The format of the coffee morning events will be:

  • A short presentation from an expert in the chosen field.
  • An open discussion involving everyone with tea/coffee.

The meetings will give parents and carers the opportunity to ask questions and to meet the experts as well as other families who face similar challenges.  We hope you find the sessions helpful and welcome your feedback.

Programme for 2019/20

Friday 27th September, 9.30am – 10.30am

Input from Stephan Millar, ICT Development Officer for ASL services. What IT support is available?

Helpful apps and software for use in school and at home.

What IT support is available for children who have ASN, including visual impairment and dyslexia. What IT support is available for children with OT or other medical needs.

Thursday 7st November 6.00pm – 8.00pm 

Please note this is an evening event which coincides with Trinity Academy’s Open Evening

Community Groups and Partner Services

The event will include an overview of services and information stalls for the following organisations:

  • Multi-cultural Family Base
  • Citadel
  • Spartans
  • Chatterbooks
  • The Hub
  • Young Carers
  • School Nursing Service
  • Downes Opticians

Friday 28th February 9.30am – 10.30am

Input from Emma Haworth, SALT

Focus on social and emotional needs.

Friday 24th April 9.30am – 10.30am

Input from Jennifer Bogle, Educational Psychologist

Managing Children’s Behaviour

Whistle-stop tour of tips and strategies relating to behaviour management with a particular focus on supporting children with ADHD.

Our Aims

  • To share information about issues and Additional Support Needs which are most likely to occur in mainstream Primary and Secondary Schools.
  • To provide and encourage a network of support for families.

Further information
For further information or informal discussion please contact:

  • Trinity Primary Kirsten Jackson
  • Victoria Primary Marion Buchanan and Aziza Elsarrag
  • Wardie Primary Fiona Shivas and Rebecca Crovetti
  • Trinity Academy  Peter Nelson
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