Support Strategies for Young People and Parents Dissemination Conference
A Young Person’s Journey Through Secondary School will share with its audience the research findings of the project with a view to generate a more comprehensive understanding of the dynamics concerning the attainment and experience of young Black British and dual-heritage pupils in schools.
We hope this dissemination event will act as a vehicle to engage with educationalists and funders to address the barriers in developing a learning environment where pupils, parents, support agencies, teachers and schools continue to work in partnership to raise the attainment and address the needs of young people.
Thursday 26th November 2009
9:30 (registration) 10:00 – 2:30pm
West Bromwich Albion Football Club Ltd, The Richardson Suite
The Hawthorns, West Bromwich B71 4LF
Who Should Attend
Childcare & Community practitioners,
Local Education Authorities & Associates,
Policy Development Officers,
Local Strategic Partnerships,
Youth and Community Workers,
Benefits of attending
To explore the changing nature of social policies and social provisions for children and young people.
To develop learning and teaching strategies to help pupils handle the emotional pressures of transitions.
Understanding the curriculum, the triggers of disengagement and how it impacts on the aspirations of Black and dual-heritage pupils, and
Learning how to address the conventional thinking with a view to improve teacher practise, and teacher parent/carer/pupil relationships.
Download the Programme and Booking form below.