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Workshop 11

Educational Parent's Workshops

Camel

20 Feb 2020

Balmore Kindergarten and After School invited our service users to our parent’s workshop event. In these workshops they were able to build their knowledge and have confidence to carry this learning into their home environment, they also had the opportunity to share their ideas, thoughts and feelings with others.

Workshop one – Literacy and Phonological awareness

Hosted by Patricia

Phonological big book and CD

Sound boxes

Chatterbox champion pack

Home to nursery activity cards

Spanish within our Penguin department

Workshop Two – Numeracy and STEM

Hosted by Alyssa

Parents STEM building activity

STEM packs

Home to nursery activity cards

Numeracy through Loose Parts

Workshop Three – Health and well-being

Hosted by Stacey and Danielle

Healthy food recipes

Feelings and emotions activity packs

Toilet training packs

Tooth brushing packs

Ways to be Active

Workshop Four – Supporting Personal Plans and Self Evaluation

Hosted by Kathleen

What are personal plans?

Who are personal plans for?

Why do we need personal plans?

Where can I find a personal plan?

Sharing your thoughts, feelings and ideas through self-evaluation

What does parental involvement in children’s learning mean?

Learning at home: Parents are the first and ongoing educators of their own children and, as such, should receive information and support to help develop their child’s learning at home, in the community and at school.

What are the benefits of parents getting involved?

The benefits for the children are:

• It is easier for children to learn when they get encouragement at home

• They will do better and achieve more when their parents are involved

• Children get access to more activities in and out of nursery when there are more adults to help

• Their concerns can be sorted out quicker when their parents have a positive relationship with nursery staff

• They are happy when their parents are enjoying events in the nursery.

The benefits for parents are:

• Their children do better when they are involved

• They are better able to help and encourage their children

• They have more information about their children’s education

• Parents can build their own confidence and skills

• Where there is a positive relationship between parents and their child’s nursery there are benefits all round

• Parents get reassurance that their children are receiving a good education.

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