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Informative – At every event you will hear 2 hours of talks from inspirational experts
Supportive – You’ll be equipped with new tools and have our support resources at your fingertips
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September 2017

Social Media and Internet Safety

September 14 @ 7:00 pm - 9:45 pm
Trinity Park, Felixstowe Rd
Ipswich, Suffolk IP3 8UH United Kingdom
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£15
Girl in sunglasses using social media on phone

The pressure to communicate continually is a newfound anxiety. We are the first generation of parents dealing with this element in our children’s lives. How do we manage the best balance? How do we ensure they can safely operate and have the strength to talk when they are in distress? Speakers: Professor Emma Bond - University of Suffolk and author of Childhood Mobile Technologies and Everyday Experiences. Lorin LaFave – After her son Breck Bednar was tragically murdered, by someone he…

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October 2017

The Changing Teenage Brain

October 10 @ 7:00 pm - 9:45 pm
Trinity Park, Felixstowe Rd
Ipswich, Suffolk IP3 8UH United Kingdom
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£15
Girl with blonde hair running towards the sun

There is new scientific research revealing how the brain changes as a teenager. What’s going on in our children's heads at this key stage of life? Why is everything so overwhelming and reactionary? How can we communicate better with them? Speakers: Dr Rosemary Taylor –  An advisor to the UN, COBIS consultant, regional editor of The Good Schools Guide and International speaker on the subject of the development of the teenage brain Natasha Devon -  Co-founded the Body Gossip education…

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November 2017

Anxiety, Grit & Resilience

November 14 @ 7:00 pm - 9:45 pm
Trinity Park, Felixstowe Rd
Ipswich, Suffolk IP3 8UH United Kingdom
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£15
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Some children easily bounce back from setbacks whilst others find it hard to keep going. What is it that enables some young people to learn from their failures? What does it means to be resilient? How do we develop this skill in ourselves and our children? Speakers: Dr Tina Rae – Prolific author, member of the European Network for Social and Emotional Competence (ENSEC) and trustee of the Nurture Group Network (NGN). Tina is also on the editorial board of…

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