Supporting Children and Parents
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Supervise And Teach Healthy Habits
Be the good parent who teaches good habits to your children. Show them the right path to earning the virtues.
Tips For Parents On Home Learning
Walk beside your child to take every step with them and hold them as they tumble. Teach them to remain unwavering through the challenges.
Together With Your Child
It is important that you be with your child through their thick and thin. Understand their needs and respect their space.
Set Behavioral Expectations
Instill within them the basic behavioral expectations from every age they pass through as they grow.
Review Them Daily
Assess their behavior on a daily basis to reward them when they stick to the standards of humanity.
Support Your Child’s Learning At Home
Act as the emotional and physical prop of your children’s formative years to help them grow the right way.
Child And Maternal Health
We guide you through your maternity to fight the physical and mental challenges to keep yourself and your child healthy.
Meet Your Child's Teacher
Join a meeting with your child’s faculty to learn more about their behavioral and academic progress.
Support Your Child Academically
Assist them while learning to correct their mistakes. Let your knowledge help them as they grow to become responsible students.
Supervise And Teach Healthy Habits
One of the biggest influences on your child’s eating habits is you, so it’s important to lead by example.
Healthy Habits; Healthy Eating; Physical Activity
Accompany your children in their daily activities, including physical exercises and timely meals. Make sure they follow all the healthy habits.
Latest From Our Blog
Needs Assessment Reports provide appropriate evidence-based information on prevalence, incidence and risk factors affecting children’s health and the provision of healthcare services. These reports support you in undertaking needs assessments as part of children’s and...
Resource Information Description: A series of articles on direct work techniques for communicating with, and eliciting information from, young children. These include the use of dolls, observation, games and drawing. There is also an article on writing up direct work...
Select from a range of reports or download the data. For help using the reports please refer to the Quick Guides Metadata Geography Reports Downloads Top level local authority Single map Double map Table XML Excel CSV <<...
Resource Information Description: The two-year review aims to optimise child development and emotional well-being and to reduce inequalities. It provides practitioners, particularly health visitors, with information and tools to use with parents. Type: Report : None...
In the community, the assessment tools used in the youth justice system (YJS) are Asset for children and young people in the formal YJS, and Onset for children and young people at risk of offending. There are also specific screening and assessment tools for substance...
Resource Information Description: An interactive spreadsheet for comparing data about children and young people across all local authorities in England. Type: Dataset Relationships Member of: Collection : ChiMat Tools and Data Publishing Published by: Department for...
Leading national charities and organisations offering services as well as practical advice and publications to support young people, parents, carers and families. ChildLine The Childline helpline is free for children and young people. You can contact ChildLine in four...
Resource Information Type: Standard Relationships Member of: Collection : ChiMat Policy & Government Reports Collection : Policies Guidance and Indicators Collection : Mental Health: Government policy Collection : Mental Health: Perinatal and infant mental health...
Resource Information Description: The NSPCC Therapeutic Service in York and North Yorkshire exists to offer help and support to children, and young people, who have suffered abuse, and their families. The service is entirely funded by the NSPCC. Last year they...
Resource Information Description: The High Impact Actions for Nursing and Midwifery were developed following a ‘call for action’ which asked frontline staff to submit examples of high quality and cost effective care that, if adopted widely across the NHS, would make a...