Find out about the importance of sleep and how you can help your child to get a good night’s rest.

On Monday 8th Feb, Olive Hickmott will be talking about sleep, neurodiversity and why it’s so important to help your child to get a good night’s rest. This event has been organised by Flying Start Tuition. Get your tickets to this FREE EVENT here:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/139284905903

Olive Hickmott has been a trailblazer for many years in the critical role of mental imagery in many learning differences. Her understanding of how to assist neurodivergent students is quite exceptional but remains little used in school. In the last few years she has added a wealth of experience into the effects that poor quality breathing and sleep has on these children, even for the very young. People tend to take sleep for granted but once you understand more you will realise it is not a waste of time, but a vital part of every 24 hours. Are you ready to learn new skills for you and your child?

At Flying Start, we have a different approach to tuition that incorporates a unique blend of traditional teaching skills, technology and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP). We don’t just teach our students what to learn, we teach them how to learn and we help them to develop the skills to become effective, confident learners. We call this our learn smarter approach. From laying strong foundations in the primary years, through to support with exams such as the Eleven Plus and GCSEs, our expert tuition will help your child to stand tall and fly high.

Some of Flying start’s tutors use Empowering Learning skills.

Olive Hickmott is a forensic health and learning coach, qualified in many complementary therapies.  Her books are available here.  You can find many health and learning success stories here.

#sleep #neurodiversity #flyingstart

About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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