Our monthly class gives you the opportunity to ask questions about your child’s behaviour and listen to expert ideas and inspiration. This month’s theme is:
Our monthly class gives you the opportunity to ask questions about your child’s behaviour and listen to expert ideas and inspiration.
This month’s theme is: Creating Healthy Screen Time Habits.
We enjoy using devices for communicating, connecting and learning, but are you worried about the time your child is spending in front of a screen? Join us in this class to discuss screen time behaviour.
This class gives you ideas to manage your children’s levels of use, and reduce tensions and arguments about screen time.
In this class, you will learn about:
- Strategies to manage screen time amounts at home
- What current research is telling us about screen time
- How to reduce family arguments about screen time
Our classes are friendly and informative, with time for you to ask questions.
How to ask a question
Email your questions in advance to [email protected]. We try to answer as many questions as possible during each class, but the earlier you get your question in, the more likely they will be answered during the class.
What to expect
The class will be hosted by one of our behaviour experts. They will start the session with a short introduction to share their extensive experience with you.
Then it’s time to talk about this month’s theme and the questions we’ve received from you. Do remember to email these to us before the class. You’ll hear lots of practical and helpful ideas to help you at home.
At the end of the session, our expert will share useful resources from the My Family Coach website linked to this month’s theme and tell you about our next events.
Virtual Event Details
(Wednesday) 7:30 pm - 8:00 pm(GMT+01:00) Local time zone
Paul BrayPaul Bray is a Principal Team Teach Trainer, Licensed Thrive Practitioner, and Ofqual regulated Safeguarding Trainer with 25 years’ experience at every stage of education. He specialises in Relationships and Sex Education, particularly for children with special educational needs, and is a member of Plymouth Marjon University’s Professional Advisory Group.