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SENDIASS Parent / Carer ONLINE Session – Emotion Coaching

SENDIASS Parent / Carer ONLINE Session – Emotion Coaching

In partnership with SEND Information, Advice and Support Service, Coventry Education Psychology Team will be running a FREE ONLINE session for parents/carers on Emotion Coaching on the following two dates:

 

EITHER:

  • Monday 6th February 2023, 12.30pm-2.30pm 

OR

  • Monday 6th March 2023, 12.30pm – 2.30pm

 

**Please note the same session will be delivered twice, so please state which date you can attend, or if you are available for either date. If no preferred date is provided a date will be selected for you.

 

Emotion Coaching is an approach that parents/carers can use with children and young people to support their emotional development.  Please find the leaflet below (and attached) for more information.  

 

To book your place please email iass@coventry.gov.uk or TEL: 024 7669 4307.

 

Important: Please provide details of the name of the course and your preferred date when booking.

 

You will receive a booking confirmation once a place has been reserved for you, followed by an email (2-3 days before the date of the session) which will contain your MS Teams link and instructions for how to join the session. Please check your junk folder if you have not received this, as sometimes emails end up in there. Please contact us if you have any questions or require any support.  

Year 7 into 8 Assignment

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Year 11 Study Skills Evening

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Welcome to our virtual study skills evening. We are sorry we cannot provide this in person this year but hope you find the information contained within the four videos below useful for supporting your child’s revision over the coming months. Our over-arching message is that ‘it is not too soon to start revision’ and there are lots of ways to revise which do not just include sitting down reading books. In fact, the more varied the revision, the more likely it is to stick, and the more exam questions students attempt, the better they tend to do in the final exams. I therefore challenge students to give a different revision method a go and see what works best for them. They still have time to experiment and find the best technique for their final exams in the summer.

All students should have been issued with a revision guide back in September. If they have not received this, please could they see their wellbeing officer for a spare copy.

Finally, the mock exams are only a few weeks away. Year 11 should be deep into their revision by now and it is advised that they take these exams seriously. If we have to resort to centre assessed grades as a school, then the mocks will form part of the final grade.

We hope you find the following videos useful. If you have any further questions about the mock exams or revision techniques, please contact mentors in the first instance.

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