PASCAL Training Ltd – Sessions/workshops for parents and childcarers - generally sessions are planned for just under 2 hours and families will hopefully have access to a crèche if the provision provides one. We are also developing sessions to be available online via zoom. Current zoom session available is...
GETTING READY FOR SCHOOL
It can be a very apprehensive time for a parent or carer when their child is due to move into mainstream school. Due to the current pandemic, some children may or may not have the opportunity to return to their early years setting before the transition so this opportunity is being offered online.
PASCAL Training Ltd has been delivering this session for parents in early years settings for several years and are now making it an interactive virtual session via ZOOM. We have planned for 6 sessions to give everyone the opportunity to attend. You may want to download the ZOOM app to attend but it will form part of your return email.
The session lasts approximately 1hr 30mins and the cost is £10.00
1 - 10.00 -11.30 am - Thursday 25th June 2020
2 - 7.30 – 9.00 pm – Tuesday 30th June 2020
3 - 10.00 – 11.30 am – Tuesday 7th July 2020
4 - 7.30 – 9.00 pm – Tuesday 7th July 2020
5 - 10.00 - 11.30 am - Wednesday 5th August 2020
6 - 7.30 - 9.00 pm - Wednesday 5th August 2020
The session will cover - How you can support your child’s transition into school by recognising children’s developmental ages and stages and individual needs, discussion about concerns, and looking at ideas to support the transition
To attend you will need to register via email at email@example.com indicating your name and the date you wish to attend. You will receive an invoice with details of how to make your payment and once it has been confirmed you will be sent details of the ID, password and support material for the specific session booked. Refunds are unable to be given once payment has been made.
For early years providers, the sessions can be booked and delivered individually or planned as a 4-week package which will reduce costs. Below are a variety of sessions solely adapted to suit parent/carers which we have already successfully delivered. Alternatively, workshops can be planned and personalised to suit your own requirements.
1st AID FOR PARENTS
Basic information on how to deal with accidents in the home. Covering how to perform CPR, how to help someone who is choking, what to do for burns or bad cuts, and many other First Aid hints and tips.
IS THAT ACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOUR?
What are the causes of unacceptable or certain types of behaviour, why does it occur and what strategies can be used to develop and support children.
ARE YOU LISTENING?
The importance of making sure children are being listened to. This session looks at developing children’s communication and interactive skills, through active learning and making personal choices.
LEARNING THROUGH PLAY
This session identifies children’s experiences and activities and shows the learning and development that takes place naturally.
ARE YOU READY FOR SCHOOL? - See opportunities above
Looks at expectations we have for children entering mainstream school and strategies on how adults can support.
STORY SACKS (EITHER DELIVERED WITH OR WITHOUT CHILDREN)
This concept develops children’s love for books and allows them to link good communication skills with creative thinking.
MATHS CAN BE FUN
The workshop will explore experiences and activities that make developing maths skills and concepts fun for children through play.
IS IT A RISK OR A CHALLENGE?
Covers health and safety issues and looks at how adults support children to manage and adapt to risk to gain skills to keep them safe and cope with challenges.
Looks at issues to keep children safe around modern technology and guidance on how to monitor safe use as an adult.
ACCIDENTS AND ILLNESS
This looks at how to recognise and deal with accidents and illnesses within young children.
HAPPY HEALTHY EATING
Looking at different foods, menus and recipes to support parents and to encourage children to make healthy choices.
WILL BOYS BE BOYS?
To recognise the similarities and differences between boys/girls development. Looking at development, statistics and strategies to support boys.
LET'S GET CRAFTY
A practical workshop for parents to become more aware of the value of children’s creative thinking.
HOW WE GROW
Looking at ages, stages and the sequence of child development 0-8 years.
ADULTS AS ROLE MODELS
The importance of being a positive role model and how this affects children’s learning and development.