Dear Parent or Carer

Welcome to this e-learning platform. We know that as incredibly busy people you wont necessarily have time to go to live courses. E-learning is the most effective way to learn in small bite size pieces at a time to suit you. I hope you really enjoy the courses as well as getting a great deal from them to improve the harmony within your homes, enjoy your children more and help them heal some of their trauma.


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    Getting Started
    by Gill Tree - Thursday, 19 November 2020, 10:28 AM

    Dear families

    Did you know that the hardest part of anything is getting started!!

    I’ve been spying on you! And some of you have not start your resilience e-course. Do it this week!!

    Jim Rohn said; Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change

    My course is all about making small ...

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    North London Consortium - evaluation request
    by Annie Leathes - Monday, 20 May 2019, 11:08 AM

    Dear adopter/foster carer

    The north London consortium are evaluating our services and would like you to complete this evaluation form about our Building Resilience e-course. It will take less than 5 minutes and to access it you need to be logged on to your e-course and then you can find it at the end of the relaxation section or copy and paste this link.  https://ecourses.adoptionacademy.co.uk/mod/questionnaire/complete.php?id=89

     Please complete this by Wednesday 22nd mid-day.

     Many thanks for your help and I hope you enjoyed the course.

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    Happy New year! Have more harmony in 2018
    by Gill Tree - Thursday, 11 January 2018, 9:52 AM

    Dear Parents and Carers

    If 2017 was a challenge for you with your children, let 2018 be a very different year by putting into practice some of my suggestions in my e-course. If you have not started it yet, you are in for a treat! 

    Find 10 minutes to dip your toe into the water. The hardest part of ...

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