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Developing emotional resilience in a 2-3 year old

18 May 2018

We all want our children to be resilient but how? A child’s neurological pathways are formed at an early age. If you are interested in finding out more on this subject, BIS HCMC are hosting a free community event.

Developing emotional resilience

Monday 28th May
6pm - 8 pm
Early Years and Infant Campus
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Dr Angie Wigford, an Educational Psychologist from the United Kingdom, will be coming to BIS HCMC on Monday 28th May at 6pm, to share information on how you can develop resilience in children aged 2 or 3 years old. Angie will share some research on how the brain develops in young children and explore the PACE framework (Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity and Empathy).

This is an open event but you will need to sign up. If you would like to attend, please complete this Google form: Emotional Resilience in 2 and 3 year olds

Throughout the presentation there will be opportunity for discussion and the aim is that all participants will leave with a better understanding of how we can support our children in developing resilience.

Ms Sarah Curran, Assistant Head Teacher (EYFS)