The needs of local families and communities are at the centre of each hub. For this reason, each hub’s timetable is different.
When creating your timetable, it is important to:
Hub leader tip
Early on in my role I took things personally when they didn’t work out exactly how I wanted them to. For example, in a school of 350 families, only seven parents have come to our bullying workshops. As much as you promote things, you don’t always get the numbers and there are many reasons for this. I’ve learned its okay and it’s not about me when things don’t work.
It’s all about the quality of what you do, not the quantity. You can run a million programs but no-one comes. When I started I thought I could cater to everyone. I realised I had to connect and offer the programs that parents wanted.