Get ready to be inspired, empowered and equipped with the knowledge to be the best parent you can be…
At Parentkind, we support everyone in a parenting role. And let’s face it, that’s a challenging job. Tackling a wide range of topics, our webinars are designed to share insight on how you can support your child with a wide range of learning and life experiences, strengthen your understanding of education and school life, and foster solid parent-child relationships along the way.
During these interactive webinars, you’ll be able to engage with our experts, ask questions and connect with others on a similar journey — we believe in the power of community and the strength of sharing experiences and learning together.
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Book a webinar
To book a place, select your child’s school by searching for the postcode below and you’ll be directed to the webinar registration form.
Yes, the webinars are free. They have been set-up as a benefit for parents of PTA member schools — so not just PTA committee members — they are for any parent of a Parentkind PTA member school.
You sign-up via this page on the website. Fill in the fields, selecting your school and you will then be taken to the registration form in Zoom to complete the sign-up.
Only parents selecting PTA member schools will be able to complete the sign-up.
It may be that the webinar you are trying to sign-up for is fully booked. We have had to cap the numbers for sessions in order to make them feasible to facilitate. If you’d like to be added to a waiting list for a particular webinar, please email [email protected].
There is currently no alternative option for non-PTA member schools to pay to attend. The webinars are a benefit for parents of PTA member schools.
The parent webinar page is on our website and doesn’t require a PTA login or any kind of account. Anyone can access the page.
The webinars won’t be recorded, so there is no option for parents to receive a recording after the event. We encourage attendance on the day to make for an interactive session.
We are in the process of booking a few additional parent webinars with a partner organisation. These will be run on weekday mornings and the dates are still to be confirmed.
No, you don’t have to have your camera on, although, if you can, we encourage it as this makes for a more interactive experience.