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Upper Hutt Leader : May 25th 2011
20 UPPER HUTT LEADER, MAY 25, 2011 EDUCATION www.cellfield.com cellfield Testing and treatment for Dyslexia www.kipmcgrath.co.nz 3716177AB Cellfield in association with Kip McGrath Upper Hutt Give your child the gift of reading. For a free, no-obligation consultation about how we can help contact Patrick on 528 7707. If your child: Struggles to read fluently Dislikes reading Has trouble with comprehension Has trouble remembering what they have read Lacks motivation Can't spell Reading difficulties can cause a lifetime of problems. HELP IS AVAILABLE now through CELLFIELD Women's centre a hub for courses The Upper Hutt Women s Centre is offering new courses this term. A beginner s computer class will start on Tuesday, June 7, 10am till 11.30am, $30 for six lessons. Learn to use email, google and working in Word. Zumba gold system was created to be easier than the original Zumba class and designed for those over 50, but suitable for all ages. You will get a safe and effec- tive total body workout and have just as much fun. A daytime class will run on a Tuesday from 10am till 10.45am, $5 per class. The following three new courses are all provided free and facilitated by Family Planning. Contraceptive Update, a one- hour session, looks into the differ- ent methods that are available to women, including differences in effectiveness, the pros and cons of each, costs and the newest options available in long-term contracep- tion. Monday, July 4, 6.30pm till 7.30pm. Fertility Awareness, a one- hour session, is designed to help women understand their bodies, hormonal changes and physical signs during their menstrual cycle, which can be used to aid in either planning or preventing pregnancy. Monday, June 27, 7pm till 8pm. Open and honest, a two-hour workshop gives parents the skills to enable them to have effective discussion with their children about puberty and sex. Topics will include how important it is for children (of all ages) to be able to go to their parents with questions, and how this open communication will prepare them for future relationships of their own. Monday, June 20, 6.30 till 8.30pm. Self Esteem, six-week course covers how to transform your life, what you really want, positive mindsets and overcoming fears. The daytime course will begin on Wednesday, June 8, 10.30 till 12.30pm and the evening course will start on Thursday, June 23, from 7pm till 9pm. Cost $30. Life Coaching, do you want to put yourself in the driver s seat and really understand how to attain what you want from your life. This course will start on Wednesday, June 16, from 7pm till 9pm, cost $40. New Zealand Sign Language is the main language of the deaf community. A level 1 beginners eight-week course will start on Wednesday, June 1, 10.30am till 12.30am. A level 2/3 beginners eight-week course will begin on Tuesday, May 31, 7pm till 9pm. Both courses $50. Planning for a debt-free future, how to have more dollars every day, trying to get ahead financially or wanting to create an abundant life for yourself or your family. This free three-week course will start on Monday, June 13, from 10am till 11am. Card making, enjoy making your own personalised cards using quilling designs. Class starts Monday, June 13, from 9.30am till 11.30am and costs $30 for six weeks. Contact the women's centre 527 0017, email@example.com. Room almost ready for use Work complete: Teacher-in-charge Debbie Whiteley, left, Ivan Wong Kee from Arise Church, student Jashziel Smart and daughter Ashlee in the school extension. Looks perfect: The exterior of the new extension. Staff and students will begin using the new medical room and sick bay at the Hutt Valley Teen Parent School in Miro St once a code of compliance has been issued by the city council. Teacher-in-charge Debbie Whiteley says the extension, worth $120,000 and built on May 14 by members of Welling- ton s Arise Church, is fabulous and looks like it has always been there. The church offered to build the exten- sion after the Ministry of Education s refusal to provide it. The school was one of the first built and more recent ones included the extra facilities.
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