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19th March 2019, 18:00 - 19:30PM

Supporting Children in Making Positive Relationships Matter

Supporting children in making positive relationships matter

Book your place for the launch of ‘Primary AGENDA: Supporting Children in Making Positive Relationships Matter’ – sponsored by Lynne Neagle AM

Speakers include:

  • Lynne Neagle, Assembly Member and Chair of the Children, Young People and Education Committee
  • Professor Emma Renold, Cardiff University 
  • Sally Holland, Children’s Commissioner for Wales
  • Lucy Emmerson, Sex Education Forum
  • Ceri Parry and Rhiannon Evans, Ysgol Gymraeg Casnewydd
  • Catrin Pallot, Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Plasmawr 

Primary AGENDA* is a free resource for educational practitioners who want to support children (age 7-11) to make positive relationships matter in their school and community. Through starter activities and case studies, Primary AGENDA invites you to explore inclusive, creative and rights-based approaches to a range of issues including: feelings and emotions; friendships and relationships; body image; consent; gender and sexuality equality and equity. It is available in Welsh and English.

To register for this event, click here or contact: [email protected]

*Primary AGENDA is supported by Cardiff University, Children’s Commissioner for Wales, NSPCC Cymru, Welsh Government and Welsh Women’s Aid.

Supporting Children in Making Positive Relationships Matter

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