Several benefit from parenting workshop
Karen McGlashin, social worker at Project STAR, addressing parents of Calabar Infant and Primary School at a parenting workshop, recently.

FORTY-FIVE parents of students attending Calabar Infant and Primary School in downtown Kingston participated in a parenting workshop that shared insights into best parenting practices, conflict management and parental engagement in the lives of their children.

The workshop was organised by the school, in partnership with the Citizens Security and Justice Programme, the Ministry of Education and Youth and Project STAR.

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