Parent information night

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 | 07:00 PM to 08:30 PM

Moving up with parents — Primary to secondary transition

This is an opportunity for parents and their children to attend a presentation that aims to equip you with knowledge, information and tips to better understand the transition from primary school to secondary school.

Glen Eira Youth Services will host a range of activities, workshops and discussions to help parents empower their child to successfully navigate this time of change

Hosted by Glen Eira Youth Services (GEYS)

GEYS has been delivering the highly successful transition program Moving Up, to primary school students in Glen Eira for the last six years and will use their knowledge and experience to equip parents with tips and strategies on how to partner with their child to make this a positive transitional experience.

Parents will hear about common worries, stressors and anxieties expressed by students entering secondary school. GEYS will also present parents with tools and strategies to maintain successful communication with their child to best support a healthy transition into the next stage in their education.

Bookings are essential as seats are limited. Book online* or contact Youth Services on 9524 3676.

If event reaches capacity, priority will be given to Glen Eira residents when taking names for the waiting list.

*By accessing this link you will be leaving the Glen Eira City Council’s website. Any transaction made through the TryBooking website is subject to the terms and conditions of use of that site. Glen Eira City Council accepts no responsibility for any transaction or other usage made of the TryBooking site and is not liable for any loss or damage resulting from use of that site.

When

  • Wednesday, 22 November 2017 | 07:00 PM - 08:30 PM

Location

Caulfield Park Pavilion, 280 Balaclava Road, Caulfield North 3161  View Map

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