Parenting Team

Make an Origami Snack Swan Holder in 2 Minutes

 For your origami swan you will need A4 plain paper, scissors, black and red pen, pencil and a ruler: Step 1.  Fold the paper to create a square 15cmx 15cm cut off any extra. Then fold paper in half diagonally to form a triangle. Fold paper in half again to make a small triangle. Turn…

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How to Make a Pom Pom Pet

For your pom pom pet you will need wool, scrap card, scissors, glue, pencil, felt, googly eyes and a large and small circle to draw around.   Step 1: Find one large and one small circle to draw around (we used lids).  Use the scrap card to draw around the larger circle, then place the…

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Meal Times

When life is busy and we find ourselves with a never ending list of things to do, meal times offer a perfect opportunity for family members to get together, prepare food, set the table, sit down with one another and talk about their day. Meal times are not only important for children to gain the…

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How to Make an Erupting Volcano!

To make an erupting volcano you will need a bottle, tray, soil (or sand), bicarbonate of soda, washing-up liquid and vinegar.  Red food colouring can also be added to create a more realistic affect! You can then decorate your volcano with plants, stones and toy dinosaurs. Step 1: Place a bottle on the tray and…

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Child Safety Week – 1st -7th June 2020

This week is Child Safety Week, founded by The Child Prevention Trust (CAPT) a charity working to reduce the number of children being killed or seriously injured in accidents. In Triple P, the first key aspect to positive parenting  is ensuring a safe and interesting environment; by safety proofing your home to enable your child…

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Parenting Teen’s During Covid-19

Are you concerned about your Teenagers wellbeing and safety? As parents we may be feeling anxious, angry, sad or other emotions. These feelings are reasonable and normal. This guide helps parents support their teenager and look after themselves at this difficult time by: Taking care of yourself the best you can Making sure your Teenagers…

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Mental Health Awareness Week: Kindness

Tell us something nice you have done for yourself recently! A question parents – who have attended our parenting classes – knows only too well.  This week is mental health awareness week and the focus is Kindness.  As a team – your well-being is paramount.  In each of our parenting programme session we practice showing…

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VE Day Celebrations

VE Day dawns on Friday 8th May, marking 75 years since the guns fell silent at the end of the war in Europe. To commemorate this historic moment the parenting team have planned activities and events to enable you to join in on the celebrations safely from your own home. Make bunting Cut out equal…

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Ramadan Activities for Children

We are now in the month of Ramadan where Muslims across the globe will be going without food and water as a way of reminding ourselves to be grateful for our blessings, this is also a time for more prayers, introspection, charity and service. To get in the spirit of Ramadan and Eid- ul- Fitr…

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Spring Sensory Bottles

The spring sensory bottles is an easy and creative activity which you can involve the whole family to make together but are great for babies to gain a rich sensory experience.  It supports their fine motor skills and hand and eye co-ordination skills which offers hours of fun!  All you need is a few things…

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