Calendar

Welcome to our calendar of events where you can find out what’s going on in our centres as well as nationally. Click on an event for more details and to book your place if required.

 

Jan
28
Thu
Families @ Online on Zoom
Jan 28 @ 9:30 am – 10:45 am

Building a family that thrives

 

The Families Course covers eight key areas of family relationships and forms a framework to build a healthy, strong and loving family life – whatever your family looks like. Here are the highlights from our first family life in lockdown series! If you would like to watch the whole episode click here. This was a part of a series of webinars we did on life in lockdown. For the whole series of webinars click here.

 

Sessions include presentations by trained Families Course educators, discussion and sharing of ideas to equip families at all stages.

Our next course will be delivered over eight weeks, one morning a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes each time. It will start on 28th January 2021 and finish on 25th March 2021. There will be no session during half-term (18th February 2021)

 

“I’m feeling more empowered to know what I’m doing… hold boundaries without thinking the kids won’t like me and be more conscious of stopping and listening.” ~ Course participant

 

Session One: Foundations for Families – who was significant to you when you were growing up? Often it was someone who listened and cared but also had clear boundaries. Every family needs a firm foundation, values that last and reasons for the rules.

Session Two: Building Nurturing Skills – research shows that children who have a warm loving relationship with the adults in their lives will be more resilient and better equipped for hard times. This session presents practical ways to help children feel loved, heard, valued and reach their potential.

Session Three: Understanding Ages and Stages – when we know what is “normal” at a particular age and stage, it can lower our stress levels. This understanding enables us to better care for children and draw appropriate boundaries.

Session Four: Being Positive – when we notice the good things children do, it powerfully affects their behaviour! We all love genuine encouragement and specific praise. Our children will blossom when we expect the best and catch them doing good!

Session Five: Building Honest Relationships – honesty can really improve our family life! When it is safe to be real with each other, relationships grow. We want home to be a place where kids love to be, with people they can trust.

Session Six: Independence – every child is on a journey to independence and it’s not always smooth! We can help by watching and listening carefully. Is their behaviour a testing of boundaries or a cry for help and support?

Session Seven: Dealing with Conflict – unfortunately, quarrels and fights are a normal part of family life. There are ways to deal with conflict that will lessen the hurt and stress and give kids tools for life.

Session Eight: Discipline – can we maintain clear consistent boundaries? Is it possible to carry out consequences yet still communicate our love and support? It may take some work but the benefits to family life are worth the effort!

To book your place on this course there are three options for you: complete the online form below, call us on 0118 931 4747 or email office@syc.life

 

Please complete this form before moving onto the next tab to pay.

 

We’re so glad you have filled in the registration form and will be joining us for Families Course, now its time to pay 🙂

Please note that course cost assistance is available, do get in touch.

 

PLEASE make sure you have ALSO completed the registration form on the previous tab so we can arrange important things like Participant Workbooks deliveries 🙂

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Feb
4
Thu
Families @ Online on Zoom
Feb 4 @ 9:30 am – 10:45 am

Building a family that thrives

 

The Families Course covers eight key areas of family relationships and forms a framework to build a healthy, strong and loving family life – whatever your family looks like. Here are the highlights from our first family life in lockdown series! If you would like to watch the whole episode click here. This was a part of a series of webinars we did on life in lockdown. For the whole series of webinars click here.

 

Sessions include presentations by trained Families Course educators, discussion and sharing of ideas to equip families at all stages.

Our next course will be delivered over eight weeks, one morning a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes each time. It will start on 28th January 2021 and finish on 25th March 2021. There will be no session during half-term (18th February 2021)

 

“I’m feeling more empowered to know what I’m doing… hold boundaries without thinking the kids won’t like me and be more conscious of stopping and listening.” ~ Course participant

 

Session One: Foundations for Families – who was significant to you when you were growing up? Often it was someone who listened and cared but also had clear boundaries. Every family needs a firm foundation, values that last and reasons for the rules.

Session Two: Building Nurturing Skills – research shows that children who have a warm loving relationship with the adults in their lives will be more resilient and better equipped for hard times. This session presents practical ways to help children feel loved, heard, valued and reach their potential.

Session Three: Understanding Ages and Stages – when we know what is “normal” at a particular age and stage, it can lower our stress levels. This understanding enables us to better care for children and draw appropriate boundaries.

Session Four: Being Positive – when we notice the good things children do, it powerfully affects their behaviour! We all love genuine encouragement and specific praise. Our children will blossom when we expect the best and catch them doing good!

Session Five: Building Honest Relationships – honesty can really improve our family life! When it is safe to be real with each other, relationships grow. We want home to be a place where kids love to be, with people they can trust.

Session Six: Independence – every child is on a journey to independence and it’s not always smooth! We can help by watching and listening carefully. Is their behaviour a testing of boundaries or a cry for help and support?

Session Seven: Dealing with Conflict – unfortunately, quarrels and fights are a normal part of family life. There are ways to deal with conflict that will lessen the hurt and stress and give kids tools for life.

Session Eight: Discipline – can we maintain clear consistent boundaries? Is it possible to carry out consequences yet still communicate our love and support? It may take some work but the benefits to family life are worth the effort!

To book your place on this course there are three options for you: complete the online form below, call us on 0118 931 4747 or email office@syc.life

 

Please complete this form before moving onto the next tab to pay.

 

We’re so glad you have filled in the registration form and will be joining us for Families Course, now its time to pay 🙂

Please note that course cost assistance is available, do get in touch.

 

PLEASE make sure you have ALSO completed the registration form on the previous tab so we can arrange important things like Participant Workbooks deliveries 🙂

Families Course Tickets
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Feb
11
Thu
Families @ Online on Zoom
Feb 11 @ 9:30 am – 10:45 am

Building a family that thrives

 

The Families Course covers eight key areas of family relationships and forms a framework to build a healthy, strong and loving family life – whatever your family looks like. Here are the highlights from our first family life in lockdown series! If you would like to watch the whole episode click here. This was a part of a series of webinars we did on life in lockdown. For the whole series of webinars click here.

 

Sessions include presentations by trained Families Course educators, discussion and sharing of ideas to equip families at all stages.

Our next course will be delivered over eight weeks, one morning a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes each time. It will start on 28th January 2021 and finish on 25th March 2021. There will be no session during half-term (18th February 2021)

 

“I’m feeling more empowered to know what I’m doing… hold boundaries without thinking the kids won’t like me and be more conscious of stopping and listening.” ~ Course participant

 

Session One: Foundations for Families – who was significant to you when you were growing up? Often it was someone who listened and cared but also had clear boundaries. Every family needs a firm foundation, values that last and reasons for the rules.

Session Two: Building Nurturing Skills – research shows that children who have a warm loving relationship with the adults in their lives will be more resilient and better equipped for hard times. This session presents practical ways to help children feel loved, heard, valued and reach their potential.

Session Three: Understanding Ages and Stages – when we know what is “normal” at a particular age and stage, it can lower our stress levels. This understanding enables us to better care for children and draw appropriate boundaries.

Session Four: Being Positive – when we notice the good things children do, it powerfully affects their behaviour! We all love genuine encouragement and specific praise. Our children will blossom when we expect the best and catch them doing good!

Session Five: Building Honest Relationships – honesty can really improve our family life! When it is safe to be real with each other, relationships grow. We want home to be a place where kids love to be, with people they can trust.

Session Six: Independence – every child is on a journey to independence and it’s not always smooth! We can help by watching and listening carefully. Is their behaviour a testing of boundaries or a cry for help and support?

Session Seven: Dealing with Conflict – unfortunately, quarrels and fights are a normal part of family life. There are ways to deal with conflict that will lessen the hurt and stress and give kids tools for life.

Session Eight: Discipline – can we maintain clear consistent boundaries? Is it possible to carry out consequences yet still communicate our love and support? It may take some work but the benefits to family life are worth the effort!

To book your place on this course there are three options for you: complete the online form below, call us on 0118 931 4747 or email office@syc.life

 

Please complete this form before moving onto the next tab to pay.

 

We’re so glad you have filled in the registration form and will be joining us for Families Course, now its time to pay 🙂

Please note that course cost assistance is available, do get in touch.

 

PLEASE make sure you have ALSO completed the registration form on the previous tab so we can arrange important things like Participant Workbooks deliveries 🙂

Families Course Tickets
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Feb
25
Thu
Families @ Online on Zoom
Feb 25 @ 9:30 am – 10:45 am

Building a family that thrives

 

The Families Course covers eight key areas of family relationships and forms a framework to build a healthy, strong and loving family life – whatever your family looks like. Here are the highlights from our first family life in lockdown series! If you would like to watch the whole episode click here. This was a part of a series of webinars we did on life in lockdown. For the whole series of webinars click here.

 

Sessions include presentations by trained Families Course educators, discussion and sharing of ideas to equip families at all stages.

Our next course will be delivered over eight weeks, one morning a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes each time. It will start on 28th January 2021 and finish on 25th March 2021. There will be no session during half-term (18th February 2021)

 

“I’m feeling more empowered to know what I’m doing… hold boundaries without thinking the kids won’t like me and be more conscious of stopping and listening.” ~ Course participant

 

Session One: Foundations for Families – who was significant to you when you were growing up? Often it was someone who listened and cared but also had clear boundaries. Every family needs a firm foundation, values that last and reasons for the rules.

Session Two: Building Nurturing Skills – research shows that children who have a warm loving relationship with the adults in their lives will be more resilient and better equipped for hard times. This session presents practical ways to help children feel loved, heard, valued and reach their potential.

Session Three: Understanding Ages and Stages – when we know what is “normal” at a particular age and stage, it can lower our stress levels. This understanding enables us to better care for children and draw appropriate boundaries.

Session Four: Being Positive – when we notice the good things children do, it powerfully affects their behaviour! We all love genuine encouragement and specific praise. Our children will blossom when we expect the best and catch them doing good!

Session Five: Building Honest Relationships – honesty can really improve our family life! When it is safe to be real with each other, relationships grow. We want home to be a place where kids love to be, with people they can trust.

Session Six: Independence – every child is on a journey to independence and it’s not always smooth! We can help by watching and listening carefully. Is their behaviour a testing of boundaries or a cry for help and support?

Session Seven: Dealing with Conflict – unfortunately, quarrels and fights are a normal part of family life. There are ways to deal with conflict that will lessen the hurt and stress and give kids tools for life.

Session Eight: Discipline – can we maintain clear consistent boundaries? Is it possible to carry out consequences yet still communicate our love and support? It may take some work but the benefits to family life are worth the effort!

To book your place on this course there are three options for you: complete the online form below, call us on 0118 931 4747 or email office@syc.life

 

Please complete this form before moving onto the next tab to pay.

 

We’re so glad you have filled in the registration form and will be joining us for Families Course, now its time to pay 🙂

Please note that course cost assistance is available, do get in touch.

 

PLEASE make sure you have ALSO completed the registration form on the previous tab so we can arrange important things like Participant Workbooks deliveries 🙂

Families Course Tickets
Tell us who these are for

Mar
4
Thu
Families @ Online on Zoom
Mar 4 @ 9:30 am – 10:45 am

Building a family that thrives

 

The Families Course covers eight key areas of family relationships and forms a framework to build a healthy, strong and loving family life – whatever your family looks like. Here are the highlights from our first family life in lockdown series! If you would like to watch the whole episode click here. This was a part of a series of webinars we did on life in lockdown. For the whole series of webinars click here.

 

Sessions include presentations by trained Families Course educators, discussion and sharing of ideas to equip families at all stages.

Our next course will be delivered over eight weeks, one morning a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes each time. It will start on 28th January 2021 and finish on 25th March 2021. There will be no session during half-term (18th February 2021)

 

“I’m feeling more empowered to know what I’m doing… hold boundaries without thinking the kids won’t like me and be more conscious of stopping and listening.” ~ Course participant

 

Session One: Foundations for Families – who was significant to you when you were growing up? Often it was someone who listened and cared but also had clear boundaries. Every family needs a firm foundation, values that last and reasons for the rules.

Session Two: Building Nurturing Skills – research shows that children who have a warm loving relationship with the adults in their lives will be more resilient and better equipped for hard times. This session presents practical ways to help children feel loved, heard, valued and reach their potential.

Session Three: Understanding Ages and Stages – when we know what is “normal” at a particular age and stage, it can lower our stress levels. This understanding enables us to better care for children and draw appropriate boundaries.

Session Four: Being Positive – when we notice the good things children do, it powerfully affects their behaviour! We all love genuine encouragement and specific praise. Our children will blossom when we expect the best and catch them doing good!

Session Five: Building Honest Relationships – honesty can really improve our family life! When it is safe to be real with each other, relationships grow. We want home to be a place where kids love to be, with people they can trust.

Session Six: Independence – every child is on a journey to independence and it’s not always smooth! We can help by watching and listening carefully. Is their behaviour a testing of boundaries or a cry for help and support?

Session Seven: Dealing with Conflict – unfortunately, quarrels and fights are a normal part of family life. There are ways to deal with conflict that will lessen the hurt and stress and give kids tools for life.

Session Eight: Discipline – can we maintain clear consistent boundaries? Is it possible to carry out consequences yet still communicate our love and support? It may take some work but the benefits to family life are worth the effort!

To book your place on this course there are three options for you: complete the online form below, call us on 0118 931 4747 or email office@syc.life

 

Please complete this form before moving onto the next tab to pay.

 

We’re so glad you have filled in the registration form and will be joining us for Families Course, now its time to pay 🙂

Please note that course cost assistance is available, do get in touch.

 

PLEASE make sure you have ALSO completed the registration form on the previous tab so we can arrange important things like Participant Workbooks deliveries 🙂

Families Course Tickets
Tell us who these are for

Mar
11
Thu
Families @ Online on Zoom
Mar 11 @ 9:30 am – 10:45 am

Building a family that thrives

 

The Families Course covers eight key areas of family relationships and forms a framework to build a healthy, strong and loving family life – whatever your family looks like. Here are the highlights from our first family life in lockdown series! If you would like to watch the whole episode click here. This was a part of a series of webinars we did on life in lockdown. For the whole series of webinars click here.

 

Sessions include presentations by trained Families Course educators, discussion and sharing of ideas to equip families at all stages.

Our next course will be delivered over eight weeks, one morning a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes each time. It will start on 28th January 2021 and finish on 25th March 2021. There will be no session during half-term (18th February 2021)

 

“I’m feeling more empowered to know what I’m doing… hold boundaries without thinking the kids won’t like me and be more conscious of stopping and listening.” ~ Course participant

 

Session One: Foundations for Families – who was significant to you when you were growing up? Often it was someone who listened and cared but also had clear boundaries. Every family needs a firm foundation, values that last and reasons for the rules.

Session Two: Building Nurturing Skills – research shows that children who have a warm loving relationship with the adults in their lives will be more resilient and better equipped for hard times. This session presents practical ways to help children feel loved, heard, valued and reach their potential.

Session Three: Understanding Ages and Stages – when we know what is “normal” at a particular age and stage, it can lower our stress levels. This understanding enables us to better care for children and draw appropriate boundaries.

Session Four: Being Positive – when we notice the good things children do, it powerfully affects their behaviour! We all love genuine encouragement and specific praise. Our children will blossom when we expect the best and catch them doing good!

Session Five: Building Honest Relationships – honesty can really improve our family life! When it is safe to be real with each other, relationships grow. We want home to be a place where kids love to be, with people they can trust.

Session Six: Independence – every child is on a journey to independence and it’s not always smooth! We can help by watching and listening carefully. Is their behaviour a testing of boundaries or a cry for help and support?

Session Seven: Dealing with Conflict – unfortunately, quarrels and fights are a normal part of family life. There are ways to deal with conflict that will lessen the hurt and stress and give kids tools for life.

Session Eight: Discipline – can we maintain clear consistent boundaries? Is it possible to carry out consequences yet still communicate our love and support? It may take some work but the benefits to family life are worth the effort!

To book your place on this course there are three options for you: complete the online form below, call us on 0118 931 4747 or email office@syc.life

 

Please complete this form before moving onto the next tab to pay.

 

We’re so glad you have filled in the registration form and will be joining us for Families Course, now its time to pay 🙂

Please note that course cost assistance is available, do get in touch.

 

PLEASE make sure you have ALSO completed the registration form on the previous tab so we can arrange important things like Participant Workbooks deliveries 🙂

Families Course Tickets
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Mar
18
Thu
Families @ Online on Zoom
Mar 18 @ 9:30 am – 10:45 am

Building a family that thrives

 

The Families Course covers eight key areas of family relationships and forms a framework to build a healthy, strong and loving family life – whatever your family looks like. Here are the highlights from our first family life in lockdown series! If you would like to watch the whole episode click here. This was a part of a series of webinars we did on life in lockdown. For the whole series of webinars click here.

 

Sessions include presentations by trained Families Course educators, discussion and sharing of ideas to equip families at all stages.

Our next course will be delivered over eight weeks, one morning a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes each time. It will start on 28th January 2021 and finish on 25th March 2021. There will be no session during half-term (18th February 2021)

 

“I’m feeling more empowered to know what I’m doing… hold boundaries without thinking the kids won’t like me and be more conscious of stopping and listening.” ~ Course participant

 

Session One: Foundations for Families – who was significant to you when you were growing up? Often it was someone who listened and cared but also had clear boundaries. Every family needs a firm foundation, values that last and reasons for the rules.

Session Two: Building Nurturing Skills – research shows that children who have a warm loving relationship with the adults in their lives will be more resilient and better equipped for hard times. This session presents practical ways to help children feel loved, heard, valued and reach their potential.

Session Three: Understanding Ages and Stages – when we know what is “normal” at a particular age and stage, it can lower our stress levels. This understanding enables us to better care for children and draw appropriate boundaries.

Session Four: Being Positive – when we notice the good things children do, it powerfully affects their behaviour! We all love genuine encouragement and specific praise. Our children will blossom when we expect the best and catch them doing good!

Session Five: Building Honest Relationships – honesty can really improve our family life! When it is safe to be real with each other, relationships grow. We want home to be a place where kids love to be, with people they can trust.

Session Six: Independence – every child is on a journey to independence and it’s not always smooth! We can help by watching and listening carefully. Is their behaviour a testing of boundaries or a cry for help and support?

Session Seven: Dealing with Conflict – unfortunately, quarrels and fights are a normal part of family life. There are ways to deal with conflict that will lessen the hurt and stress and give kids tools for life.

Session Eight: Discipline – can we maintain clear consistent boundaries? Is it possible to carry out consequences yet still communicate our love and support? It may take some work but the benefits to family life are worth the effort!

To book your place on this course there are three options for you: complete the online form below, call us on 0118 931 4747 or email office@syc.life

 

Please complete this form before moving onto the next tab to pay.

 

We’re so glad you have filled in the registration form and will be joining us for Families Course, now its time to pay 🙂

Please note that course cost assistance is available, do get in touch.

 

PLEASE make sure you have ALSO completed the registration form on the previous tab so we can arrange important things like Participant Workbooks deliveries 🙂

Families Course Tickets
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Mar
25
Thu
Families @ Online on Zoom
Mar 25 @ 9:30 am – 10:45 am

Building a family that thrives

 

The Families Course covers eight key areas of family relationships and forms a framework to build a healthy, strong and loving family life – whatever your family looks like. Here are the highlights from our first family life in lockdown series! If you would like to watch the whole episode click here. This was a part of a series of webinars we did on life in lockdown. For the whole series of webinars click here.

 

Sessions include presentations by trained Families Course educators, discussion and sharing of ideas to equip families at all stages.

Our next course will be delivered over eight weeks, one morning a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes each time. It will start on 28th January 2021 and finish on 25th March 2021. There will be no session during half-term (18th February 2021)

 

“I’m feeling more empowered to know what I’m doing… hold boundaries without thinking the kids won’t like me and be more conscious of stopping and listening.” ~ Course participant

 

Session One: Foundations for Families – who was significant to you when you were growing up? Often it was someone who listened and cared but also had clear boundaries. Every family needs a firm foundation, values that last and reasons for the rules.

Session Two: Building Nurturing Skills – research shows that children who have a warm loving relationship with the adults in their lives will be more resilient and better equipped for hard times. This session presents practical ways to help children feel loved, heard, valued and reach their potential.

Session Three: Understanding Ages and Stages – when we know what is “normal” at a particular age and stage, it can lower our stress levels. This understanding enables us to better care for children and draw appropriate boundaries.

Session Four: Being Positive – when we notice the good things children do, it powerfully affects their behaviour! We all love genuine encouragement and specific praise. Our children will blossom when we expect the best and catch them doing good!

Session Five: Building Honest Relationships – honesty can really improve our family life! When it is safe to be real with each other, relationships grow. We want home to be a place where kids love to be, with people they can trust.

Session Six: Independence – every child is on a journey to independence and it’s not always smooth! We can help by watching and listening carefully. Is their behaviour a testing of boundaries or a cry for help and support?

Session Seven: Dealing with Conflict – unfortunately, quarrels and fights are a normal part of family life. There are ways to deal with conflict that will lessen the hurt and stress and give kids tools for life.

Session Eight: Discipline – can we maintain clear consistent boundaries? Is it possible to carry out consequences yet still communicate our love and support? It may take some work but the benefits to family life are worth the effort!

To book your place on this course there are three options for you: complete the online form below, call us on 0118 931 4747 or email office@syc.life

 

Please complete this form before moving onto the next tab to pay.

 

We’re so glad you have filled in the registration form and will be joining us for Families Course, now its time to pay 🙂

Please note that course cost assistance is available, do get in touch.

 

PLEASE make sure you have ALSO completed the registration form on the previous tab so we can arrange important things like Participant Workbooks deliveries 🙂

Families Course Tickets
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