Allestree Woodlands School
Demands of School Life
Teenage Awareness: Do you want to know more about the young adults that are part of your community? Thursday 27th February 2014 6pmâ€”8pm
4 Workshops, 1 Night
...Do you know what pressures our GCSE students experience as a part of their learning? This session is designed to give you an insight into the pressures experienced by Year 10 and 11 students. There will be current Year 11 students who will show you English, Maths and Science exam papers and demonstrate the skills they need to answer the exam questions. The evening will also give a brief overview of changes to the current education system and will attempt to explain how these changes may impact upon students. Finally, the session will also look to provide advice on revision styles and revision timetables. Session led by Mr Robert Beattie, Teacher of History, Deputy Head of House
Drugs Awareness What questions do you have?
If you would like to know more, please contact the school on the email address below with any questions you may have about the event: email@example.com
Given that this event is open to the local community, including parents and carers of our students, it is important to note that the workshops have maximum numbers of seating allocated. Therefore if you find that the workshop you wish to attend is full we will kindly ask you to attend a different workshop.
Sexual Health and Relationships What do students learn
Each workshop will be repeated every half hour allowing you to access all four workshops within the 2 hour time frame.
We advise that people wishing to attend arrive from 5.45pm to allow for a prompt start. Mrs Charlton Organiser of the Community Awareness Evening 2014
What are the issues and how do I protect my child?
Demands of School Life Are the lessons really easier today?
Sexual Health and Relationships
...Do you know about the most common drugs and what they look like?
...Do you know about the issues surrounding sexual health education?
BreakOut the young person drug service will be holding an open question and answers session around drugs and their usage. This is a chance for you to see what some of the most common drugs look like and the side effects. This is an informal session which will allow for you to ask questions openly.
This session on contraception will reflect on understanding the range of contraceptive choices available to teenagers, influences on their decision making and how parents can support teenagers to make choices and to encourage them to understand what teenagers are going through and the potential consequences of actions and inactions by all involved in the care of teenagers. The provider of this session has been working in the field of sexual health for 20years.
Session led by BreakOut, local young person drug service, Derby
Session led by 4 Thought Solutions, local health and well being service
â€ŚDo you know how to stay safe on line and how to protect your child? The internet is a great place to communicate , buy and sell , access information and services, pay bills , enjoy music and movies and do many other day to day things . However, it also provides the ideal environment for criminals to commit fraud and identity theft, indulge in bullying and harassment, damage to your computer with malware, and carry out other illicit activities. These could not only ruin your online experience, but also affect your finances, friendships, reputation and even health. I will aim to give tips and information how to protect yourself and your family and give out information with some handy tips to do this.
Session led by PC 1904 Wendy Hargreaves Allestree Safer neighbourhood Team