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Parenting Matters

A parenting course for parents of Under-5s will take place at St Mary's Centre on six consecutive Friday mornings, beginning on Friday 19th April.

Timing: arrival at 09.15 for 09.30 start, and each session will last 90 mins.

No charge, but a single £5 donation per family (for the overall course of six sessions) would be appreciated to cover the cost of materials.

Topics will include:

  • Understanding Behaviour
  • Behaviour Management
  • Listening, Encouragement
  • Quality Time

For more information please contact Marie in St Mary's Parish Office (Tel: 01844 291108) or email her: office@haddenhamstmarys.org

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