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Brookfields Understanding and Managing Behaviour Course 2019

Re: Understanding and Managing Behaviour Course 2019

Brookfields School continues to seek to develop our partnership with families with the aim of being able to provide appropriate support, which in turn leads to a consistent approach to learning and behaviour at home and at school. I am pleased to let you know that we are intending to run this fun, yet interesting, course which focuses on Understanding and Managing Behaviour in the summer term.

This course is suitable for parents of children on the autism spectrum, or for parents of children with other learning difficulties. This is a very popular course and therefore numbers are limited. To get the most from the course, we encourage parents to be able to complete all 6 sessions.

Where? Brookfields School                                                      

When?

Thursday 6th June         7pm – 9pm

Thursday 13th June       7pm – 9pm

Thursday 20th June       7pm – 9pm     

Thursday 27th June       7pm – 9pm                 

Thursday 4th July             7pm – 9pm      

Thursday 11th July      7pm – 9pm                                          

Crèche? Yes (Please request a space on application form)    Refreshments? Yes

The objectives of the course are:

  • To add to the skills that you already have
  • To meet other parents and make new friends
  • To give you relevant and practical strategies
  • To increase your confidence and knowledge

The course will be facilitated by myself and James Gearing (Head of the Autism and Behavioural Support Service at Brookfields School). Please find enclosed a brief outline for your information.

Brandon Mills         James Gearing

If you would like to attend this course, please complete the enclosed form and return it to Sophie McKim at Brookfields School by 20th May 2019 at the latest. Unfortunately, applications received after this date cannot be considered as places are limited.

I look forward to welcoming you to Brookfields School.

Kind regards,

Brandon Mills

Headteacher

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