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Parents know how important it is for their child to be confident in maths, but many feel worried by their own struggles with it. Solihull Local Authority is pleased to be working with Dr Rosemary Russell who will be delivering a free online event for parents on Wednesday 17th November 2021, 7:30-8:30 pm.
In this Microsoft Teams session, Rosemary will show how any parent or care-giver (even those who think they are 'rubbish' at Maths) can help give their child a can-do attitude to it. Based on her latest book, ‘Help Your Child DO Maths, Even If You DON'T’, Rosemary addresses how parents can build up their child's confidence and give them the positive attitude that is so important to learning the subject.
Rosemary will share 10 things from her book that ANYONE can do to help their child with Maths - without doing any Maths at all. So, whatever your own feelings about Maths, you can help! To book your place at this free event, please email email@example.com or call 0121 704 6620 stating the name of the event, your name, school name (optional), email address and telephone number. A link to the event will then be forwarded closer to the event.