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  • Coping Strategies For Anxious Children – 8th June 2017
    Hearing that your child could be anxious or seeing them go through bouts of anxiety can be extremely troubling. Parents want to know what to do in that moment when their child suffers from anxious thoughts. Having a few techniques or tricks to hand can be extremely empowering and helpful. ... read more
    Published on 06-26-2017
    2 months ago
  • Helping Parents With Primary School Maths – 18th May 2017
    Maths in primary school is a challenge - for parents as much as for children! We all want to support our children but so much has changed - the vocabulary as well as the concepts. Can we credibly help or are we making matters worse! We will be speaking to ... read more
    Published on 06-26-2017
    2 months ago
  • Camping Or Glamping? – 4th May 2017
    We discuss the benefits for the whole family of camper-vanning around Britain with outdoor expert, BBC star Martin Dorey and local dad, Toby Cross who thinks nothing of pitching the tent up in the garden most weekends! Lastly, we are joined by Chris Green OBE from the Summer Camps Trust ... read more
    Published on 06-26-2017
    2 months ago
  • The Juggling Act – Making An Informed Choice – 16th March 2017
    In this episode of the Parents' Show, we explore the reality of the juggling act that many women in 2017 face and indeed choose ; That of being a working woman and a parent at the same time. We hear from Tina Batchelor, a St Albans mum who constantly has ... read more
    Published on 06-26-2017
    2 months ago
  • Private Tuition And The Perceived Benefits And Risks – 9th March 2017
    The NSPCC have recently expressed concern that children and young people are increasingly being tutored or coached for academic subjects without proper scrutiny being given to the people allowed to work in close proximity with them. In this episode, we explore why tuition is attractive to parents and also how ... read more
    Published on 06-26-2017
    2 months ago
  • Coping Strategies For Anxious Children – 8th June 2017
    Hearing that your child could be anxious or seeing them go through bouts of anxiety can be extremely troubling. Parents want to know what to do in that moment when their child suffers from anxious thoughts. Having a few techniques or tricks to hand can be extremely empowering and helpful. ... read more
    Published on 06-26-2017
    2 months ago
  • Helping Parents With Primary School Maths – 18th May 2017
    Maths in primary school is a challenge - for parents as much as for children! We all want to support our children but so much has changed - the vocabulary as well as the concepts. Can we credibly help or are we making matters worse! We will be speaking to ... read more
    Published on 06-26-2017
    2 months ago
  • Camping Or Glamping? – 4th May 2017
    We discuss the benefits for the whole family of camper-vanning around Britain with outdoor expert, BBC star Martin Dorey and local dad, Toby Cross who thinks nothing of pitching the tent up in the garden most weekends! Lastly, we are joined by Chris Green OBE from the Summer Camps Trust ... read more
    Published on 06-26-2017
    2 months ago
  • The Juggling Act – Making An Informed Choice – 16th March 2017
    In this episode of the Parents' Show, we explore the reality of the juggling act that many women in 2017 face and indeed choose ; That of being a working woman and a parent at the same time. We hear from Tina Batchelor, a St Albans mum who constantly has ... read more
    Published on 06-26-2017
    2 months ago
  • Private Tuition And The Perceived Benefits And Risks – 9th March 2017
    The NSPCC have recently expressed concern that children and young people are increasingly being tutored or coached for academic subjects without proper scrutiny being given to the people allowed to work in close proximity with them. In this episode, we explore why tuition is attractive to parents and also how ... read more
    Published on 06-26-2017
    2 months ago

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12:00 AM
The last of our Family Discovery Mornings marks the 350th anniversary of Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels. Join us on our special ‘Traveller’s Trail’ and help us make a collage of the giant from the land of Brobdingnag.
St Albans Cathedral
Aug 24 @ 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
11:00 AM
Join us for a fun filled pizza making session for kids! – The children make their own vegetarian or meat pizza – Watch the pizza being cooked in the stunning WWOO outdoor kitchens on the amazing Big Green Egg BBQs – Relax in the comfort of the superb courtyard garden while enjoying your pizza –[...]
OSPREY HOME,
Aug 25 @ 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
9:00 AM
Home-made cakes, preserves, savouries, Indian food. Also eggs, plants, quilts, knitwear and cards.
High Street Methodist Church Hall

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