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Berhampore Primary School Hosts Brainwave Seminar

Berhampore Primary School Hosting a Brainwave Seminar

We sometimes think of the adolescent years as a time of challenging behaviours. An understanding of the changes taking place in the adolescent brain may help you to view these years as a positive step on their journey to adulthood.

Programme Overview

Adolescence is a period of great opportunity! However, it can also be a time of vulnerability. This evidence based seminar unravels different factors that may influence healthy adolescent brain development and helps you to…

Discover why your adolescent seems to experience their emotions more intensely; why their ‘highs’ are higher and their ‘lows’ lower

Understand why they may be drawn to new, exciting and sometimes risky activities; and on the other hand why they want to sleep so much

Learn what may help or hinder their brain development

Value the important role you play in supporting them on this journey


Date: Wednesday 2nd August 2017

Times: 7- 9pm

Venue: Berhampore Primary School, 105 Britomart Street

Please RSVP to the school office as the venue has limited seating

Phone: (04) 389 9391

Email: office@berhampore.school.nz

Cost: $10 cash at the door please


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