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Family Matters Primary Years Courses – January 2022

 

Happy New Year! Hope you survived Christmas and that your children have gone back to school ok.

We have two Primary Years courses starting the week after next, one in person and one online.

Details are below:

Time Out for Parents – the Primary Years:

  • Tuesday evenings 7.15 to 9pm for 5 weeks
    starting 18th January, online via Zoom.
    For flyer click here
  • Wednesday mornings 9.30 to 11.30am for 5 weeks
    starting 19th January at
    Heworth Methodist Church, Heworth Village, York YO31 1AE
    For flyer click here

To book a place or for further information please contact Helen Atkinson on 07393 147259, or email helenatkinson@fmy.org.uk. You can find more information about our courses on our website https://fmy.org.uk/parenting/

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Family Matters “Handling Anger” Courses – January 2022

 

Happy New Year! Hope you survived Christmas and that your children have gone back to school ok.

We have three Handling Anger courses starting the week after next, one in person and two online.

Details are below:

Handling Anger in the Family

  • Monday evenings 7.15 to 9pm for 4 weeks
    starting 17th January, online via Zoom.
    For flyer click here
  • Tuesday mornings 9.30 to 11.30am for 4 weeks
    starting 18th January at
    The Avenues Children’s Centre, Sixth Ave, Tang Hall, YO31 0TX
    For flyer click here
  • Thursday afternoons 12.45 to 2.45pm for 4 weeks
    starting 27th January, online via Zoom.
    For flyer click here

To book a place or for further information please contact Helen Atkinson on 07393 147259, or email helenatkinson@fmy.org.uk. You can find more information about our courses on our website https://fmy.org.uk/parenting/

Do follow us on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

Family Matters “Time Out For Parents” Courses – starting January 2022

Lots of us make New Year resolutions. Have you ever resolved to be a better parent? How long did you last?

There are no perfect parents, but there are things we can do to parent our children more effectively.

Perhaps this year, instead of making that resolution, you could join us for one of our courses and take “Time Out” to think about what you are doing with your children, meet other parents and share stories and hear ideas from evidence-based material. Courses are free to attend and are fun and interactive.

The following courses are starting in January:

Handling Anger in the Family

  • Monday evenings 7.15 to 9pm for 4 weeks
    starting 17th January, online via Zoom.
    For flyer click here
  • Tuesday mornings 9.30 to 11.30am for 4 weeks
    starting 18th January at
    The Avenues Children’s Centre, Sixth Ave, Tang Hall, YO31 0TX
    For flyer click here
  • Thursday afternoons 12.45 to 2.45pm for 4 weeks
    starting 27th January, online via Zoom.
    For flyer click here

Time Out for Parents – the Teenage Years:

  • Tuesday evenings 7.30 to 9.30pm for 5 weeks
    starting 18th January at
    Archbishop Holgate’s School Hull Road, York YO10 5ZA
    For flyer click here

Time Out for Parents – the Primary Years:

  • Tuesday evenings 7.15 to 9pm for 5 weeks
    starting 18th January, online via Zoom.
    For flyer click here
  • Wednesday mornings 9.30 to 11.30am for 5 weeks
    starting 19th January at
    Heworth Methodist Church, Heworth Village, York YO31 1AE
    For flyer click here

To book a place or for further information please contact:
Helen Atkinson on 07393 147259 email helenatkinson@fmy.org.uk
or you can find more information about our courses on our website https://fmy.org.uk/parenting/

Do follow us on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

We also offer Reconnect, a 5 session couple to couple mentoring service, focusing on relationship skills to help you strengthen your couple relationship. For details contact Emma at emmamarshall@fmy.org.uk

Salvation Army Christmas Gift Appeal 2021

Every year the Salvation Army collect gifts for children and teenagers who receive very little at Christmas – and this year they need our help more than ever. Last year, they distributed toys and gifts to hundreds of children from York and the surrounding area – and our school donated over 100 toys towards this appeal. 

If you would like to donate any new gifts, for children aged 0-17, please pass them to your child to bring into school between now and Thursday 9th December.

The Salvation Army will come and collect any donated gifts and give them to local children and teenagers who need them the most.

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL GIFTS NEED TO BE NEW AND UNWRAPPED.

We do appreciate what a tough year this has again been for a lot of us, so any support for this charity appeal would be much appreciated. We do hope that you feel able to contribute a gift for this valuable cause.

Thank you

Fishergate School Council