Happy new year! This new year, we are kicking off with another batch of interactive sessions designed by National Parents Council just for you! This time the sessions are based around the Relationship and Sexuality Education (RSE) Series with the first session on ‘Supporting your Child to build Healthy Friendships and Relationships’!
An interactive session on ‘Supporting your Child to build Healthy Friendships and Relationships’ (16th - 20th January, 2023).
Register now with the link: Supporting your Child to Build Healthy Friendships and Relationships (Session 1) - Virtual sessions taking place the week of the 16th January 2023 Survey (surveymonkey.com)
This is a free online interactive programme designed by National Parents Council (NPC) to enable you to support your children in primary school to make and sustain healthy relationships and friendships.
Where and When: Sessions will be taking place online via Zoom in the morning (10am) and evening (7:30pm) from Monday the 16th to Thursday the 19th of January, with an additional morning session (10am) on Friday the 20th of January.
All adults and children struggle with friendships at some point in their lives, would you like to learn more about supporting your child to make and sustain healthy friendships?
If your answer to the above question is yes then, this session is for you.
In this session you will learn: How we can support children to make and sustain healthy relationships and friendships, and good communication skills.
The RSE series comprises of three sessions including:
1. ‘Supporting your Child to build Healthy Friendships and Relationships’
2. Active Listening Skills
3. ‘Making the Big Talk many Small Talks’
These sessions are open to all parents of children in Primary School. Please forward the details to other parents.
Please note these sessions will be interactive allowing parents to participate and hence places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. (You will receive an email regarding the other two sessions in the RSE Series in due time.)
This programme is delivered by National Parents Council and funded by the Sexual Health Crisis Pregnancy Programme.