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Support for Parents - Common Childhood Issues

When you become a parent your beautiful new baby does not come with a guide on how to be a good parent. From time to time we all encounter issues that we are unsure about and which we would like some advice on.

Occasionally, we can also become overwhelmed by issues affecting our children or our family and would really love some help to work through it. We thought it might be useful to post information about sources of help or information on some common issues that you might find helpful. If you are still struggling to resolve an issue or you would like further information, please do not hesitate to contact school and ask to speak to Ms Stevens or Mrs Cutts.

Perinatal support group leaflet. Support for parents experiencing mild to moderate mental health difficulties during the perinatal period (pregnancy – birth and up to one year).


Follow the link to watch a video of the sleep workshop delivered by the Mental Health Support Team.

CAMHS - Mental Health Support Teams ( Click on the sleep drop down tab.

There are lots of helpful tips about helping your child (and yourself) to get a good night's sleep.


The Children's Sleep Charity Website

They are a national, award-winning charity supporting children with sleep issues. They provide support for families and accredited training for professionals and commercial organisations.

They have useful leaflets for:

Bedtime Routine

Relaxation Tips for Bedtime

How to Create a Calm Bedroom

Sleep and Diet


How to set boundaries and build positive relationships

The NSPCC website has a document about positive parenting click here


Positive Parenting -Encouraging Better Behaviour