Parents in Manchester who are worried relationship issues are affecting their parenting abilities are being sought to attend a free programme run by Family Action and the Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships (TCCR).
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Parents as Partners Programme - Free Course to Help Couples Build Stronger Family Lives
NAHT’s ‘Change Checklist’ to help parents and carers prepare children for starting school or moving up to secondary
Maintaining routines at home in the face of change at school is just one of the tips offered to parents in the latest leaflet from school leaders’ union NAHT and partner charity, Family Action.
NAHT and Family Action team up for a second year of the ‘Ready to Learn Every Day’ partnership
Advice on preserving children’s wellbeing is the focus of the latest leaflet to come from the partnership between school leaders’ union NAHT and the charity Family Action.
Parents key to unlocking education opportunities, say experts
New leaflet includes tips on how parents can make invaluable link between lessons and leisure time
Leaflet from Family Action and NAHT is third produced under the banner ‘Ready to Learn Every Day’
Action needed to tackle damaging impact of loneliness at Christmas
76% of Family Action workers say isolation is a bigger problem at Christmas
Report calls for extra investment in services to tackle loneliness
Home Economics: New report shows Brits caught out by costs of moving and maintaining a home
Squeeze on budgets sees moving and furnishing costs take families by surprise
Many consider cutting back spending on food and heating to pay for furnishing a home
Almost 60% say their homes have not improved in past five years
Make time to listen to your children, parents urged
New leaflet for parents asks them to make quality family time for speaking and listening
Includes advice on what mums and dads can do to help develop their children’s communication skills
Leaflet from Family Action and NAHT is second of four produced under the banner ‘Ready to Learn Every Day’
Back-to-school costs are punishing parents
Pricey school uniforms should be dropped in favour of plain clothes and a badge
Mums struggling with cost of first baby
New report shows a range of costs are taking parents by surprise but emotional support from partners matters most
Family Star helps track progress
Independent evaluation recommends practice innovation tool to commissioners of family services