CAIRNS: "Inclusion and belonging at the local school: The parent advocacy tool-kit" - 8 June
Inclusion and belonging at the local school: The parent advocacy tool-kit
Thursday 8th of June
About the Workshop
Inclusion in the regular local school has been possible for decades. It is a human right; supported by evidence and now also supported by Queensland’s inclusive education policy. But achieving inclusion for all children is still not simple and straightforward!
Come along to this FREE workshop to hear stories of the benefits of inclusion, and of overcoming barriers to success in the regular classroom. Learn about inclusion to be clearer on your goals and develop skills to help promote inclusion for your child.
This free workshop will help you become more confident in advocating for your child in the education system.
Come along to experience and learn about:
- Knowing your child’s gifts and setting a vision for inclusion success
- Embracing your role as an advocate
- What authentic inclusion in the regular class looks like,
- Education laws, policies and supports
- Speaking positively and confidently to work collaboratively with the school
- Advocacy tips to stay strong and effective
Note: This is a NEW workshop but draws on content presented in previous CRU workshops.
Date and Time:
- Thursday 8th June, 2023
- Sign in from 8:30 AM, for a 9:15 AM start. Concludes at 2:30 PM.
- The venue is the Seville Mercy Conference Centre
- 35 Bauhinia Avenue, Earlville QLD 4870
- Attendance is FREE, but bookings are essential
- Morning tea and lunch provided
- Registrations close on 31st May
These workshops are delivered by CRU to assist families of students with disability to be clear, informed, confident and connected so they can work as respected and valued partners in their children’s education.
Proudly supported by the Queensland Government through the Department of Education.
For over 30 years, Community Resource Unit has been working across Queensland to help people with disability take control of their lives and take their place in their community.