A Young Person’s Journey Through Secondary School

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
Cost: Free

Who Should Attend

Childcare & Community practitioners,
Local Education Authorities & Associates,
Policy Development Officers,
Local Strategic Partnerships,
Police,
Probation,
Youth and Community Workers,
Voluntary Sector

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.