GDST Talks: How to raise bold, courageous and resilient women
As part of the current GDST Talks event, the GDST has put the fascinating second event on 'How to raise bold, courageous and resilient women' on YouTube here until the Monday 4 January 2021.
The third event with anti-racism consultant Destine Lord on 'How to speak to your child about racism' was hosted by Mrs Chandler-Thompson via ZOOM on Thursday 10 December to an impressive turnout. This lecture is also available on YouTube for a limited time here.
The fourth GDST event will take place on Thursday 14 January 2021.This time GDST will welcome child psychologist, Professor Abi Gewirtz to the GDST Talks series. Professor Gewirtz, a South Hampstead High School Alumna, is Leadership Faculty Chair of the University of Minnesota’s Institute of Child Development, and Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Psychology. She has consulted with many national and international organisations on parenting including the U.S Congress and UNICEF. She will be talking about her new book, When the World Feels Like A Scary Place, and offering advice to parents on how to help their children deal with their worries caused by the many problems in the world from refugees to climate change.
GDST Talks with Professor Abi Gewirtz: how to help your child when the world feels like a scary place will take place on Thursday 14 January at 6pm via Zoom.
This event is suitable for parents with children in Year 3 to Year 13.
If you would like to attend, please click here.
Please note that although there are a limited number of tickets for this event, it will be recorded and made it available to GDST parents afterwards.
For further information about this, and forthcoming events in the GDST Talks series, please click here.