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Parents and carers please complete the very short survey using this link.
Please find a letter giving the most up to date information about August. This will be posted to you and you should receive it next week.
Support for families in the local area:
Other resources and updates regarding activities for parents and carers can be found on the council’s website here:
We’re delighted to let you know about free online courses for all parents and carers which have been made available from the Scottish Government.
Parents and carers can sign up for the courses at https://inourplace.heiapply.com/online-learning/ the access code to ensure free access is TARTAN
Solihull Online is a universal resource for parents and carers from the antenatal period to 19 years. It offers a series of modules containing interactive activities, quizzes and video clips. It focusses on developing nurturing and supportive relationships between children and their carers. Its aim is to help parents understand their child’s behaviour in the context of their child’s development and the parent-child relationship. The following courses are available free for parents/carers in Scotland-
- Understanding pregnancy, labour, birth and your baby
- Understanding your baby
- Understanding your child
- Understanding your teenager’s brain
The resource is being brought to the public in partnership with NES, the Solihull approach is one that has been widely adopted by health professionals and children’s services practitioners for a number of years.
Parenting Programmes– courses to help parents with their child or teenager’s behaviour
The Parent and Carer Support team have been liaising with partners about how we can support parents who are experiencing difficulties, such as phone support, online parenting programmes and advice to professionals working with families. Our face-to-face courses for parents have temporarily been postponed, however we are still accepting online applications for Triple P and Teen Triple P parenting programmes and we will keep applicants informed about the types of support which are still available.
Here is a resource to give you ideas about children playing in and around the house: