Recently Sarah was asked to design and deliver a workshop for parents in a South East London borough. The parents all have children attending schools in a particular part of the borough and form what is called a school cluster group. The Local Authority Extended Services team were keen to engage with parents in relation to increasing participation in family learning as well as ensuring that parents had a voice and an opportunity to contribute their ideas for a large scale parent’s conference that would be held in July 2010.
Sarah worked with local practitioners to design a workshop that would encourage participation and inclusion. It was important to make the workshop activities accessible to all parents. Things for consideration were the wide range of cultural backgrounds and varying levels of literacy as many participants had English as a second language.

Sessions ranged from: a creative market place of information; a dot voting and marble voting series of activities; large graffiti walls that the parents could contribute their ideas to using words, images or symbols and small group conversation sessions facilitated by local practitioners.

There were high levels of participation, lots of great ideas for the conference in July and positive feedback from the parents plus a desire to be involved in the future. It was a wonderful session to be a part of.

29th May, 2010

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  • Allianz
  • Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA
  • Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA
  • BBC
  • Vodafone
  • jkr
  • Business, Innovation & Skills UK Government Department
  • Office for Criminal Justice Reform (OCJR)
  • MBNA
  • Citizen’s Advice Bureau
  • WiPM (Women in Project Management)
  • University of Leicester
  • Pace
  • Bruel & Kjaer
  • Novartis
  • Training and Development Agency (TDA)
  • QBE
  • International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
  • Zurich
  • Diabetes UK
  • Health & Safety Executive
  • Barclay Card
  • Catalyst
  • The Royal British Legion
  • Harris HospisCare
  • Participle
  • Stakeholder Forum For a Sustainable Future
  • United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
  • School-Home Support
  • Allergan
  • Upstage
  • NHS
  • Ministry of Defence (M.o.D)
  • Centrica
  • Change First
  • McDonalds
  • RBS
  • Cross Roads Care
  • Elavon
  • Independent Living Fund – Scotland
  • Police Strategy Unit (PSU)
  • Hockerill College
  • Training for Life
  • West Kent Arts Patnership
  • Home Office
  • BT
  • UCAS
  • Severn Trent Services
  • BP
  • RSA
  • Jobcentre Plus
  • MARS
  • Shoreditch Trust
  • Barclays
  • Zero Waste Scotland
  • Turkcell
  • Ident Trust
  • Walt Disney
  • Mental Health Research Network (MHRN)
  • Brit Insurance
  • Johnson Service Group PLC
  • Learn Purple
  • Greenwich Local Authority Childrens Services
  • Spear
  • ACAS
  • The Prince’s Trust
  • British Gas
  • Scott Wilson
  • The Talent Foundation
  • Institute of Education (IoE)
  • Hyde Plus
  • English National Balle
  • European Bank for Reconstruction & Development
  • Triodis Bank
  • Sareos
  • KnowledgeBrief
  • Eurojet
  • Citi
  • Maritime Cluster
  • Diageo
  • Cubic
  • Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation
  • St. Ethelburgas Centre for Reconciliation & Peace
  • Natwest
  • Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP)
  • Clinical Research Network
  • Fifteen Foundation
  • Government Office for London
  • Action For Children
  • IMS
  • London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
  • Broadway Theatre
  • Virgin Media
  • United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
  • University of Westminster

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