A public lecture by Sally Goddard Blythe is taking place on Wednesday the 20th September, in the Palazzo Suite of Queen City Hotel, City Road, Chester. Tickets are £5, and it is strongly recommended that you reserve a place in advance: contact the INPP on 01244 311414 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Could do better” – Is your child bright but underachieving in the classroom?
Sally Goddard Blythe MSc (Psych), author and specialist in child development, will explain why some children fail to reach expectations; how to recognise signs of neuromotor immaturity, visual and auditory processing difficulties and what can be done to help. A growing body of evidence suggests that there is a rise in the number of children starting school with immature motor skills, which act as barriers to learning and undermine performance in the classroom.
The lecture will cover:
- signs and symptoms of immature motor skills
- links to education and behaviour
- why some children slip through the net of professional services
- what can be done to help
This lecture is suitable for parents, teachers. health professionals, and psychologists.
A flyer for this event is available in the link below
20th September Public Lecture Flyer (Low-Res for email)
For more information go to www.inpp.org.uk or www.sallygoddardblythe.co.uk
Books by Sally Goddard Blythe, published by Hawthorn Press:
Raising Happy Healthy ChildrenWhy Mothering Matters£16.99
Here is a fully-updated second edition of What Children and Babies Really Need. It draws on the latest scientific research to show how the first few years determine the way children develop, body and mind, for the rest of their lives.
The Genius of Natural ChildhoodSecrets of thriving children£9.99
Sally Goddard Blythe draws on neuroscience to unpack the wisdom of nursery rhymes, playing traditional games and fairy stories for healthy child development.
The Well Balanced ChildMovement and Early Learning£16.99
This fully revised edition is a passionate manifesto for a “whole body” approach to learning which integrates the brain, senses, movement and play.