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Raising Achievement is also offering a free webinar this month.

FREE Parent Webinar – Support your children to success.

Our next Free Parent Webinar will be held on Monday 17 May at 7.30pm . Feel free to put a notice

about the FREE webinar in your newsletter and/or on your school Facebook page. We have had a

number of school staff attending the sessions and we would be very happy to have you if you would like

to register.

Parents are saying they are getting a great deal of understanding from the course content below. The

parent webinar topic is - “Understanding children’s learning differences, setting up for success and

supporting children with home learning.”

 Understanding your child as a learner

 Understanding learning difficulties

 Specialist referrals

 Supporting at risk learners

 Literacy and supporting children with home learning

- Tutor reading

- Basic spelling activities.

 Next steps for those who want more

To ensure we keep track of numbers people can register by emailing their name and email address to

admin@raisingachievement.co.nz. A link to attend the webinar is sent out once registrations are

received.



Sunshine Drama offers creative drama and singing classes in a supportive, fun and action packed learning environment. Sessions engage and challenge imaginative minds to build acting or singing techniques and ability, whilst growing student confidence, communication and social skills. Our timetable provides classes for students aged 4-16 years and runs after school and on Saturdays. 

For further information, enrolments or to arrange a free trial class: 

sunshinedrama.com  or contact Jenae on 0274 380 533 or email sunshinedrama.nz@gmail.com / www.facebook.com/sunshinedramanz


These school holidays KidzStuff Theatre for Children are presenting Tale of A Dog, Written by Peter Wilson and Directed by Fraser Hooper and Amalia Calder

By arrangement with Playmarket.
 Tale of a Dog was originally commissioned by Capital E National Theatre for Children.

What:  Tale of A Dog

When: 19th - 30th April 2021

Where: Tararua Tramping Club, 4 Moncrieff Street, Mt Victoria, Wellington

Times: Weekdays 10am & 11:30am, Saturdays 10am, no show Sundays

Tickets $12.00pp, Children under 2 Free

Bookings:  www.kidzstufftheatre.co.nz


Racketlon is back by popular demand!                                                                                                                  Back by popular demand! Tawa Squash, Tawa Tennis and Wellington North Badminton joint holiday programme initiative.
 
 Players rotate around each sport spending 1.5 hours at each club. Qualified coaches will take each session. Please note, holiday programme is for age 6 years and older.

Where possible we will try to accommodate friendships. Maximum per day is 36 then we will run a waitlist.
 Wednesday 28th April and Friday 30 April.
 Round 1: 9 - 10.30am
 Round 2: 11 - 12.30pm
 Round 3: 1.30 - 3pm
 Players will be supervised for morning tea and lunch, and walked between each venue.
 Bring morning tea, lunch, water bottle and raincoat (just in case).
 Cost per day: $50 or sign up for both days $90
Details and registration link: https://bit.ly/3s7malT  

Payment made to Tawa Tennis Club: 02 0552 0014726 00
 Reference: Name and Racketlon
 If you have any questions please contact one of the clubs below.
 Contacts:
Tawa Squash: Matt Green mattgreensquash@gmail.com
Tawa Tennis: Julie Roberts juliemroberts33@gmail.com    021 813 496

Wellington North Badminton:  Babette McCalman babette@wnba.org.nz


FROM MONDAY 29 MARCH: BOOKINGS OPEN FOR TERM 2 CLASSES & THE APRIL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME AT BIGAIR GYM! Classes fill up fast, so don’t miss out!

Children LOVE learning how to Cartwheel, Round-off, Handspring and Flip at BIGAIR GYMs Classes! Children develop strength, flexibility, balance, proprioception, plus determination and self-confidence as they achieve new skills! BIGAIR’s GYMNASTICS, TUMBLING, FREE RUNNING & TRAMPOLINE classes are excellent for fun and fitness! We focus on safety, technique, fundamental skills, right through to more advanced skills, such as summersaults and twisting. Bigair Gym is a pristine, exciting, kid friendly, state of the art gym facility! Our experienced coaches run structured & fun gym classes.

Keep your kids active these holidays, with our full or half day Holiday Programme sessions, while they also practice and learn new gym skills!

To Book online: www.bigairgym.co.nz Contact: Bigair Owhiro Bay - phone 383 8779 or email wgtn@bigairgym.co.nz or Bigair Tawa - phone 232 3508 or email office@bigairgym.co.nz

 


 

Latest News from Wellington Zoo - https://mailchi.mp/wellingtonzoo/late-fridays-are-back-for-march?e=aeadd4dff9



https://m.facebook.com/events/1124811584704170

 


Next Chapter Parenting


Every parent is unique and hence parents his or her children differently. For that reason what is of help to one parent, may not work for another. And generally, parents that really need the help are the ones that are going to be looking at the easiest fit for them.

 

Research has indicated parent support and education groups were likely sources of support for only one in four low income parents.

 

Parents have often turned to the internet for information, support, and guidance. These parents appreciated the convenience and speed of information delivered by the internet and social media and found comfort in the anonymity. (Humans by nature are not comfortable with change and are uneasy around people who are different). Studies have shown the Internet provides an exciting opportunity for delivering evidence-based parenting support to a broad range of parents, including higher-risk families.

 

The Incredible Years parent training intervention... focuses on strengthening parenting competencies and fostering parents’ involvement in their children’s activities in order to promote children’s behavioural and emotional well-being. It is a highly though of and a proven course. It allows parents to get together and meet and share their thoughts and ideas with other like parents.

 

However, when you have the added stresses of a solo working parent, sometimes it is not easy to find time out to attend courses like this. In addition a lot of parents find that a multitude of strategies is often helpful to have in reserve.

 

This brings me then, to the reason I write to you. I wish to bring your attention to the online course I offer parents, at no cost.

 

Here’s why you should give the following a second glance -  What I offer is based on a Filial Parenting Program, which is a child centred, research-supported model, that emphasises the parent-child relationship as a means of alleviating child and family difficulties. Through this model, parents/caregivers learn to be more aware of their children developmentally, emotionally, and relationally. (Filial therapy draws from psychodynamic, family systems, developmental, and behavioural theories, among others. The method is a psychoeducational intervention designed to teach skills to parents. The skills parents learn assist them in helping children overcome difficulties and/or improve parenting practices.) The advantages of this Program are it is free, and is permanently available for referencing to via the website www.nextchapterparenting.co.nz. It is also delivered in an easy to read and watch manner.

 

If you have a browse you will see at the foundation of this Course is the ability to learn to listen better to our children, to master the art of reflecting their feelings and behaviours, and in turn be empathic to their needs, which ultimately provides the basis for much better communication and relationship. Also a quadrant of this basis is effective limit setting, which helps parents immensely. Because this is based on filial therapy parents are also encouraged to spend, if even, a half an hour once a week with special time with their child, wholly devoted to practising these skills, which in turn will enrich their relationships and help the child.

 

What it teaches is simple, but affective, and I urge you to look at it yourself and pass on any recommendations to those you may feel might

benefit.

Regards (and thank you for your time)    

Brigid Carkeek

www.nextchapterparenting.co.nz   


Community Notices:

Wonderplay Drama Special! Join today and pay only 50% of the term fee! Tuesdays 3.45pm: 9-12yrs, 4.45pm: Teens. Saturday 10-11am: 5-8 year olds. All at Churton Park Community Centre. Special is for new students only. Please contact Debs debs@wonderplay.co.nz 021-172-2836, www.wonderplay.co.nz

 




                

Children LOVE learning how to Cartwheel, Round-off, Handspring and Flip at BIGAIR GYMs Classes! Children develop strength, flexibility, balance, proprioception, plus determination and self-confidence as they achieve new skills! BIGAIR’s GYMNASTICS, TUMBLING, FREE RUNNING & TRAMPOLINE classes are excellent for fun and fitness! We focus on safety, technique, fundamental skills, right through to more advanced skills, such as summersaults and twisting. Bigair Gym is a clean, pristine, exciting, kid friendly, state of the art gym facility! Our experienced coaches run structured & fun gym classes. Children learn amazing life skills through these classes, including self-confidence, achievement, determination, persistence,.