Supporting Young People Training for Parents and Carers
On Thursday 3rd October Wright Robinson College held a training event for Parents and Carers around supporting young people through secondary school life.
The event was held in conjunction with 42nd Street Counselling Service. 42nd Street is a Greater Manchester charity that supports young people aged 11-25 years with their emotional wellbeing and mental health.
The event covered a range of topics including support and guidance around behaviour, parenting advice, emotional well-being, body image and confidence and managing issues around Social Media.
The event was a huge success and was attended by around 60 parents and carers.
We have received some really positive feedback from parents and carers who attended the event and we are hoping to hold further events in the future.
if you have not already done so please could you complete the Covid Testing Consent Form via the link below before 12pm tomorrow (Thursday 25th February).
Even if you do not wish to give consent, please complete the Form to notify us of that decision. To enable the college to plan for a return testing programme we need a full picture of Consent/Non-Consent for all students.
Thank you for your assistance with this process.
Link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/cvdtestconsent