This is an online free training course for residents of Liverpool. It is open for mums, dads, grandparents, friends and relations.
Please see the website below for further information.
I have just been informed that YPAS have a virtual Coffee morning tomorrow from 10.00am-11.30am, you may want to log in?
The theme is Home Schooling.
Please see the information below for details of how to join.
You will need to book by email:
The ADHD Foundation have organised a support group for parents. All are welcome whether your child has a diagnosis or not.
They will be virtual meetings over Zoom on the last Monday of the email@example.com.
Please see the attached information for further details.
The ADHD Foundation are offering training for our Early Years Parents, (Reception and Nursery Classes). It will be virtual training for – “Understanding and supporting your child’s early development”.
It will be held on Wednesday 21st October from 9.30 am- 2.30 pm.
This session is aimed to support any parent/carer of children in the Early Years who may have concerns with regards to potential developmental delay (early emergence of Neurodevelopmental Conditions – ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia).
If you are interested please contact Mrs Brown or your child’s teacher if you would like to access this training.
Please click on the flier below for further information.
The Liverpool ASD Training Team are providing a series of virtual drop in advisory sessions via zoom. They are for parent/carers wishing to talk in a private one to one setting about any questions or concerns they may have about their child. You do not require a diagnosis of ASD to book your place.
To book your place please email your choice of date and time and you will be emailed a zoom link. There are two places available for each time slot.
Monday 29th June 2020
9.30 – 10.15
10.30 – 11.15
11.30 – 12.15
12.30 – 1.15
Tuesday 30th June 2020
12.00 – 12.45
1.0 0 – 1.45
2.00 – 2.45
3.00 – 3.45
Liverpool Parent and Carers Forum (LivPaC) is a group of parents and carers of children and young people with special education needs and/or disabilities (SEND) who work with education, health and care services.
“Alone, we can do so little. BUT together we CAN do so MUCH”
Through their participation and co-production, they work to create a culture across all services which places need of families at the centre of the decision making.
Below is a link to LivPac which holds a wealth of resources which may provide useful in supporting your child and your family.
As Parenting Co-ordinator for Liverpool City Council, I am proud that we can offer parents across the city a platform to share their stories whilst offering resources from across a wide spectrum of organisations to support parents on their journey.
It has been a privilege to pull these SEND blogs and information together and I would like to thank the parents, LivPac and our partners for their support and assistance in piecing this jigsaw of information together. Chris Cavanagh
There will be availability for parents to attend webinars from The ADHD Foundation.
Topics will include:
There will also be workshops on Emotional wellbeing and mental health with a focus on moving towards transition which will be held on Wednesday Evenings 7-8pm.
If you wish to attend please email school using the SEND e-mail address and your request will come directly to myself. I will then give you further details to access them.
This training is primarily for families who have accessed support from the ADHD Foundation through school; or for those families who have a child with a diagnosis of ADHD/ASC or have a child on Pathways.
Further information can be found on the SEND page of Home Learning.
Keep safe and take care, Mrs Brown
Full day training will be held on:
26th June Blessed Sacrament Primary School, focus – ASD
27th June Everton Children’s Centre/Nursery, focus Behaviour – ADHD/ASD
16th July Whitefield Primary School, focus – ASD
All of our parents are welcome to attend.
On Friday 12th July from 2.30pm there will be in an informal gathering for parents who have a child with an ADHD /ASD diagnosis or for those who are on the Neuro-Developmental Pathway. Drop in and have a drink and a chat!
ADHD Foundation ASD training at Our Lady Immaculate
If your child has an ASD diagnosis or is on the Nuero-developmental Pathway, you are very welcome to attend. Your child does not need a diagnosis for you to attend.
It is a full day from 9.30am until 2.45pm. It will consist of interactive sessions where you can ask questions about strategies, gather information about traits or ways in which you can support your child.
I do hope as many parents as possible can come along.
There are information sheets on our website which you can download and complete.
It is open to parents of neighbouring schools too. I would be happy for you to spread the word!
Congratulations to all our children from year 1 to Year 6, who took an English Speaking Board examination in the Summer!
All of the children passed with flying colours and received their award at Toxteth Annexe during the EMTAS Awards on Monday evening with their families.
We are all very proud of your achievements!
Congratulations to the Year Six members of the Chaplaincy Group on achieving their Faith in Action Award this week!
Today is our second workshop for parents and carers, beginning at 1.00pm. Last week was very successful and we are sure that this week will be just as successful!
All are welcome to attend.
Congratulations to all of our children who celebrated their First Holy Communion yesterday.
Special thanks to Anne, Mr Southworth and their families who have helped to prepare the children during this year.
We look forward to seeing photographs of their special day.
Next Friday 4th May from 1.00pm-3.00 pm is our first Parent Workshop, Understanding Autism. Please contact school if you are interested in attending.