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Feeding my baby

Our breastfeeding support service provides mothers with information on breastfeeding, delivered by our Health Visiting team who are all breastfeeding trained under the UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative. This is available at a local children's centre and is appointment only. To book an appointment please contact the…

Parenting guides from the NSPCC

A series of guides to help parents with parenting See the downloads area on this page to download a guide. The booklets are also useful resources for any service or professional offering parenting advice to those caring for children of all ages. Encouraging better behaviour…

A Parents Guide to Fussy Eating

Mealtimes are often a time when children learn that they can gain some control over their parents. Parents may become concerned that their child is not eating enough and frustrated when their child refuses food and/or demand alternative meals. Most children go through a phase…

A Parents Guide to how your baby and child learns when they are playing

This page is intended as a guide, to help you understand how your child learns when they are playing. It focuses on the different ages and stages of children’s development between the time that they are born up to the age of 3. Whilst the…

A Parents Guide to Managing Challenging Behaviour

A temper tantrum is the emotional equivalent of a summer storm; sudden and sometimes fierce. Children between the ages of one and three are especially prone to these episodes and it is a normal part of their development. Though you may worry that you are…

A Parents Guide to Sleeping

Getting your child to go to bed can be quite a battle. As soon as you mention the word ‘bed’ your child may run riot in a bid to show you how awake they are. Even if you get them into bed you may still…

Reducing parental conflict (with English language parent information cards)

Whether you're together or separated, conflict is a normal part of any parenting relationship. It only starts to become a problem when conflict is frequent, intense and poorly resolved. There is also strong evidence to show how parental conflict can have a significantly negative impact on…

Reducing parental conflict (with Polish language parent information cards)

Whether you're together or separated, conflict is a normal part of any parenting relationship. It only starts to become a problem when conflict is frequent, intense and poorly resolved. There is also strong evidence to show how parental conflict can have a significantly negative impact on…

Reducing parental conflict (with Tamil language parent information cards)

Whether you're together or separated, conflict is a normal part of any parenting relationship. It only starts to become a problem when conflict is frequent, intense and poorly resolved. There is also strong evidence to show how parental conflict can have a significantly negative impact on…
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