Community & Family Learning Newsletter 26th March 2021

View the latest Community & Family learning newsletter for upcoming events, activities and other news. Latest courses to support parents, grandparents, carers and anyone supporting young people in Essex based on a thematic offer including: Wellbeing – mental health support, exercise and nutrition, mindfulness, and financial wellbeing Parenting English and Maths Qualifications and Employment Specialist…

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William Martin Schools continue to provide parent workshops

WILLIAM Martin Schools are celebrating that they have successfully continued to provide Parent workshops to their school community throughout both National Lockdowns. Bonnie Jones, Pastoral Manager, has worked tirelessly alongside Joanne Ingall, Adult Community Learning (ACL) to ensure that the ACL workshops, which support an increasing number of William Martin families have continued, despite moving over…

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Newsletter 17/02

View the latest Community & Family learning newsletter for upcoming events, activities and other news.   Coming soon – wellbeing and mindfulness sessions /podcast for parents and children – https://aclessex.com/community-family-learning-online/ or check out our health and beauty https://aclessex.com/beauty-complementary-therapies/ or hairdressing and barbering courses – https://aclessex.com/hairdressing-barbering/ For details of all the FREE courses we have on offer…

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Pepper and soap science experiment

Have a budding scientist at home? Want some quick experiments to try with things you have around the house. Try these two. Please post photos of how your experiments went – or any others you tried! Inspired – why not join us for our Coastal science experiments class in May. https://www.facebook.com/ groups/552150055488898/ permalink/729235534447015/Book now: https://tinyurl.com/Coastal-…

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Newsletter 11

What do your children need? Reading Together Talking Together Communication is the key We all know the importance of communication with children and young people. Some children’s personalities are upfront about communicating their emotions, whilst others may not have the skills or choose not to share. Rather than thinking of children as little people who…

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Newsletter 2

Newsletter 2 “Things for the weekend” to develop your children/young people’s Life Skills Early Years (0-5) Follow instructions – design games to help e.g. Simon says, nursery rhymes i.e. – head, shoulders, knees and toes, everyday activities – putting toys away, asking them to do anything! Real world play –doctors, nurses, modelling your jobs at…

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