Preparing for secondary school – practical tips
Need some help getting your child ready to begin secondary school?
Join us online on Wednesday 9 November to hear from a parent who has some great tips and advice to get you started.
Wednesday 9 November, 2022
7:00pm – 8:00pm (VIC)
The session will run for 1 hour.
This is an online event (Zoom).
About the event
Need some help getting your child ready to begin secondary school? Hear from a parent who has some great tips and advice to get you started.
The session will include:
- Preparing school resources
- Working with the school to support your child
- Tips for preparing your child for transition
- Sharing knowledge about Down syndrome
For more information, please contact our education team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register online here:
Voula Nikolarakis, parent
Voula Nikolarakos is the mother of three children, the eldest Alex, is fourteen and has Down syndrome. Voula likes spending time with her family outside, whether it be discovering new places, walking in forests or simply walking around her neighbourhood. If she has time for herself, she enjoys gardening and reading books.
Ro O’Dwyer, Education Manager DSV
Ro has extensive teaching experience in primary schools in both metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. A passion for Literacy and supporting students to become readers led her to train as a Reading Recovery teacher and work in this and other Literacy Support roles. Ro completed graduate studies in Special Education and joined DSV as an education consultant in 2019. She has enjoyed sharing her knowledge and experience with teachers, students and parents in metropolitan schools.