COURSES AND EVENT INFORMATION

THE BEACON SUMMER EVENT

Every Monday from 8.30 am to 6.00 pm there is something going on the The Beacon, 30 Station Street, Walsall, for young people to join in with.

Please see attached poster for more details – The Beacon Summer poster.pub

OTHER SUMMER ACTIVITIES

A number of other activities are taking place at Aldridge Community Centre, St James Church Hall  and the EDC during the summer holidays.  Details below.

Fun Days poster.pub

Sensory Session St James

Sibling Day summer poster

Messy Play St James

East Summer activities poster

BMP summer youth festival

 

 

 

 

 

The booklet below also identifies summer activities that have been organised by the Walsall Family Information Service

http://www.mywalsall.org/fis/summeractivities2018/

FACE WALSALL

FACE Walsall are trying to increase their reach and attract as many parents/carers  of children and young people with SEND to forthcoming events.  These include coffee mornings and information sharing events.  Further details can be found on the flyers below.

FACE Walsall Parent Carer Forum – Forthcoming Events

  Date Time Venue
Family Fun Session Sunday 16 September 4.00 pm – 6.00 pm See website for details
Workshops Thursday 20 September 10.00 am – 12.00 EDC Rushall
Topic: CAMHS – Children and Mental Health Services and Healthcare will be discussed
Information Sharing Thursday 11 October 10.00 am – 12.00 The Royal Hotel, Walsall
Family Fun Session Saturday 10 November 4.00 pm – 6.00 pm See website for details

Walsall Parent Carer Forum   https://facewalsall.wordpress.com/whats-on/

WALSALL CHILDREN’S SERVICE LAUNCH OF A NEW INITIATVE

Parents and Carers are invited to help develop SEN Family Hubs across Walsall for all parents of SEN pupils from mainstream and special schools.  Further details are available below.

SEN Family Hub

FREE: Online Parenting Course

Resilient Families is a free online parenting course from Parent Zone, part of the team that brings you Parent Info. It’s designed to help parents get to grips with the things they really worry about when children and young people go online.

Resilient Families includes topics such as radicalisation and extremism, cyberbullying and sexting. Parents can take the 3-part course at home as many times as they like, picking up vital advice and information to help them understand the risks their children can face, and arming them with the knowledge to help them cope with it.

To find out more information, please follow this link http://parentzone.org.uk/resilient-families