Workshop “From primary to secondary school: How can I help my child?”

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“From primary to secondary school: How can I help my child?” Workshop

Each year the Inner Eastern Local Learning and Employment Network (IELLEN) organises free workshops for parents/carers called “From primary to secondary school: How can I help my child?”

All parents/carers are welcome, regardless of which area they live in or which school their child attends. This year they have two free workshops in the City of Port Phillip:

Monday 8th September, 6.30pm, CBC St Kilda, 11 Westbury Street, St Kilda East.
Monday 8th September, 12.30pm, Port Melbourne Neighbourhood Centre, Corner of Liardet and Nott Streets, Port Melbourne.

Do you have a child in Year 5, 6 or 7? Are you worried about how they will cope in secondary school?
Come to a free workshop to hear helpful advice and learn practical tips on how you can support your child and help them settle in.

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The workshop is presented by Angie Wilcock, an expert in supporting parents and children through the changes that come with secondary school. Angie will be answering questions like:

• How do we juggle school, homework and play/social time?
• How will my child cope with making new friends?
• How can I help my child prepare for exams and tests?
• Will there be peer pressure at secondary school?

Parents who attended last year said:

• “Fantastic information that I believe is important for all parents!”
• “I feel better equipped to handle letting my boy go to high school.”
• “Really enjoyed listening to Angie.”

Bookings: Louise Nicholas on 9510 5444 or email lnicholas@iellen.org.au

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