This project offers training and support to families attending schools in the Norwich Opportunity Area whose children are at risk of exclusion from education.
Join us for this 6 week parenting programme and learn how to maximise your children's potential and manage challenging behaviour. The 6 weekly sessions will be facilitated by Certified Trainers in The Nurtured Heart Approach. The approach has transformed the lives of countless families by Improving the quality of relationships and transforming behaviour within the family home. The course will also give you strategies to support your child to engage more effectively in their education and deal with the challenges they face. The sessions will be relaxed, interactive and fun.
Each attendee will receive a FREE copy of “Transforming the Intense Child” Workbook - A Guide to Learning and Implementing the Nurtured Heart Approach, by Howard Glasser and Melissa Lowenstein worth £19.
The next dates are below but please contact us to find out about future courses including evening and Saturday morning courses.
Upcoming Dates and Venues
(6 week course - no sessions planned in school holidays)
- Starting Monday 23rd September 2019, Time: 09:30am - 11:30am @ St Michael's Junior School, NR5 9LA
- Starting Wednesday 25th September 2019, Time: 09.30am - 11.30am @ Coleman Junior School (The Pod), NR4 7AU
- Starting  Wednesday 25th September 2019, 07:00pm - 09:00pm @ NR2 4DP
- Starting Tuesday 15th October 2019, Time: 01:00pm - 03:00pm @ Mile Cross Primary School, NR3 2QU
Contact The Benjamin Foundation to book your free place.
Tel: 01603 615670
“It's a great course for encouraging looking at situations differently and very straightforward simple practical ways to encourage and influence positive behaviour and relationships” Parent, Nov 2018
“I recommend this course to anyone but in particular those who have an intense child and can really benefit in building a positive relationship and seeing the greatness in their child” Parent, Nov 2018
The Inclusion Project is funded by Norwich Opportunity Area and is delivered in partnership with The Benjamin Foundation