‘Talk Matters’

How to keep talking to our children and support them with their education and achievements.

Local schools, Burngreave New Deal for Communities and other colleagues working in Burngreave invite you to the Education Forum event on Tuesday 14th October.

12.45pm – Refreshments and a chance to see our displays.


  • Why talking matters

  • Age specific workshops on how to improve the way we talk to our children

  • Feeding back: the rewards and challenges of talking

The event is for parents, family members and professionals who work with children and young people in Burngreave.

For more details contact: Burngreave Education Forum

Liri Kodhelaj on 0114 233 1189 Or Jon Cowley on 0114 292 2908

Talk Matters at the Vestry Hall
12:45pm to 2:45pm Tuesday 14 October 2008

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