WONDER COURAGE RESPECT SERVICE

28 Feb

  • By Demelza Cadwallader
  • In Events

EVENT CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO CORONAVIRUS PRECAUTIONS

Help your child prepare to read with our fun and interactive workshop.

In this free, hands-on workshop run by Head of Early Years, Sarah Noell, alongside Speech Pathologist Sarah Kennedy, from Talk Speech Pathology,  they will help you learn about the importance of phonological awareness. With simple, fun activities find out how to support your child develop skills they need as they prepare to read.

You’ll receive a take-home parent resource with plenty of ideas to continue learning together!

Invite a friend and we look forward to seeing you there. This event is held in conjunction with the ELC Open Day.

Bookings are essential to the workshop, limited places available.


GETTING READY TO READ
The Importance of Phonological Awareness

Date: Tuesday 24 March
Time: 11.00am – 11.30am

Suitable for: Parents together with children 2 – 4 years of age.

Venue: St Peter’s Woodlands Early Learning Centre
Enter via Pier Street and gather in the Early Learning Centre.

Cost: Free Entry
Bookings:


To find out more information about the ELC Open Day or the Parent & Toddler Workshop, contact Jo Gray, Enrolments Manager.