In the Know: Gain Effective Problem-Solving Skills

In the Know: Gain Effective Problem-Solving Skills

We hope you had a good week and are getting ready for the Spring Break? This week, we’ll be sharing activities that will help your child build their problem-solving skills. We’ve found that effective problem-solving skills result in a happier, more confident, and more independent young person.  Also, don’t forget to sign up for our free upcoming parent webinar. If you’d like to find out more about the details, keep reading!

Free Parent webinar – Inspire Authentic Conversations with Your Teen
Join us on Thursday 10th February at 7.30pm for a free, online parent webinar. Rosanna Sheehan, Primary Care Wellbeing Worker, will be sharing tools that parents need to overcome challenges while communicating with their teens. During this 90-minute webinar, you will gain strategies to help you navigate difficult conversations with your teen and discover how to give your teen the space to freely express themselves. If you’d like to join this webinar, click here.

Learn how to become a computer wizard!
Has your child ever wanted to know more about how computers solve complex problems or code-breaking? If so, then this event is for them. The University of Edinburgh is hosting a free online event for young people between the ages of 11 – 14, where they’ll learn about fun topics like code-breaking, binary numbers, and logic gates through fun and challenging games. This exciting event takes place on Saturday 5th February, and you can sign your child up here!

Meet the Stemettes from H&M!
Join the Stemettes for a free virtual event where your child will have the opportunity to hear from a panel of H&M role models from various STEAM fields. The event aims to support and inspire young women aged 12 – 25 to pursue careers in STEAM. It’ll also give your child the opportunity to explore career options, A-level choices and university degrees in STEAM. This STEMazing event takes place on Saturday 19th February, and you can sign your child up here!

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