NEW Every DAD Matters Posters (Series Two)

29 January 2008

Following the popularity and success of My Dads Matter (Series 1): ‘Dads in Early Years’ posters, Children North East Fathers Plus have now released a new series of posters featuring fathers/male carers and school age children to complement the series one posters.

My Dad Matters Posters (Series 2) ‘Dads in Schools and Learning’ are now on sale.

Features:

New and improved designs
A3 Size, 170 gsm Gloss
Good quality with striking pictures of children and male carers
Attractive and eye catching design
Developed in partnership with Health, Education and Early Years professionals
Strong current and relevant theme – Every Child Matters
Gives important messages to men and fathers that they matter and are welcome in your centre.
Gives an important to message to mums and workers about the importance of fathers to their children.
Highlights activities that provide better outcomes for children and young people

Benefits:

They will facilitate your organisation to meet your targets according to the Every Child Matters requirements
They will help you engage with men, fathers and male carers in your setting
Will give men and fathers ideas of different activities they can do with their children
Highlights the key role men, fathers and male carers play in achieving better outcomes for children and young people:
“Be Healthy”,
“Stay Safe”,
“Enjoy and Achieve”,
“Make a Positive Contribution” and “Achieve Economic Wellbeing”

Cost

The set of 5 posters are sold at a cost price of £14.95 + 10% postage and packing.
All prices include VAT (where applicable)

If you need more information please contact Fathers Plus on 0845 130 7225

If you wish to place an order or check the prices of other resources, please visit www.fathersplus.org/catalog/every-dad-matters-posters-set-5-posters-series-2-dads-schools-and-learning , here you will find an order form to complete and return to Fathers Plus on Fax: 08707525780

 

 

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