Over the next couple of weeks, Campaign for Learning is holding free online sessions for parents and carers who would like tips and ideas for talking to their children about money.
Talk, Learn, Do is an interactive programme that helps develop money skills in a fun, friendly way and 99% of previous participants would recommend it to others.
The dates are 26th and 27th October, and 2nd and 3rd November. This event is 90 minutes long and there is a choice of times, including an evening option.
They are open to any parent or carer in Scotland.
Link to booking page here: https://www.campaign-for-learning.org.uk/Pages/Events/Category/parents-workshops
Please see the booking link below for the Community Football Sessions staring 27th October, this is a great opportunity for anyone interested in football to take part in our community programme delivered by the Scottish Fa.
RL/SFA Community Football Session
Dates: Wednesday’s (5 weeks) 27/10, 3/11, 10/11, 17/11, 24/11
Where: Renfrew Sports Centre (Artificial Grass Pitch)
Cost: £2 per session
Age Group: P1-P7
WEBINAR session with Professor Ken Muir for parents/carers – Reform of THE Scottish qualifications authority and Education Scotland
About this Event
The Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills announced on 22 June 2021 the intention to replace the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) and remove the function of school inspection from Education Scotland. Professor Ken Muir, University of the West of Scotland, has been appointed to act as an independent advisor to the Scottish Government to consider and advise on the implementation of these changes and consider all functions currently delivered by both the SQA and Education Scotland.
Professor Muir wants to hear the views and ideas from all those with an interest in Scottish Education. This webinar is an opportunity specifically for parents and carers with children and young people in education, to hear first-hand about this reform work, to express views and ideas about the kind of education system we want to see in Scotland for the future and to ask questions of Professor Muir.
The virtual webinar session will take place on Wednesday 27th October from 6 30 p.m. till 8 p.m.
How to book
Please use the link below to sign-up for the event. The event will be held via Microsoft Teams Live and the link to join will be sent the day before to the email address used by participants to register.
Please click here to book – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/193601315747
Please see this link to parenting advice from our child mental health experts.
Please see the attached linked to Renfrewshire Council Advice Works for support with money and debt and benefit claims.
Please see the offers of support for parents and young people who are feeling overwhelmed or distressed.
- Child Psychology Parent Drop In: once a week in the Renfrew YMCA
- Non-violence Resistance parent groups: for families where children are upset or angry
- Togetherall: a digital peer support platform for people aged 16-25 with courses to help your mental health and a vibrant 24 hour supported community
Open the links below to read more and get in touch with Mrs Henry if you require any further information.
Child Psychology Drop in
Togetherall PP for PSE