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FREE Parenting Courses:

Online: Solihull Approach

Most parents would agree that parenting can be hard at times but many do not have the time to go to a parenting course. With this online training, you can do it in your own time and at your own pace.

The available courses aim to help you support a child from pregnancy until the age of 18. They have been written by qualified childcare, education and health experts and give helpful insight into your baby, child or teenager's behaviour.

The Solihull Approach courses include:

  • Understanding pregnancy, labour, birth and your baby (antenatal)

  • Understanding your baby (0-12 months)

  • Understanding your child (until the age of 18)

  • Understanding your teenager's brain

To sign up, visit www.inourplace.co.uk and register in the top right hand corner using the access code APPLEHERE.

When you've completed a course, there's the option to download and print a certificate.

These courses aim to support you in the most difficult job in the world. We know it works because parents tell us how much more they are enjoying their family life.

Group: Stepping Stones for children with additional needs

Start date
Time
Location
Facilitators
Type of course
Age Group
 To book a place:
Friday 5th June
9:30
11:30am
Plough Lane
Hereford
 
Ben Powell
Fiona Grant
Elyse Chamberlin
Tracey Duffy
Stepping Stones Group for children with additional needs
2-11
Please ring on 01432 383651
Email Tracey.spencer@herefordshire.gov.uk

Group: Standard Triple P

What Triple P can do for you: encourage behaviour you like, deal with problem behaviour, become confident has a parent, be realistic about parenting and take care of yourself.

 

Start date
Time
Location
Facilitators
Type of course
Age Group
 To book a place:
 
 
Wednesday
3rd
June
 
 
9:30
11:30am
 
Broadlands Primary School Hereford
Emmy Newton
 
Standard Triple P
 
2-11
Please ring on 01432 383651
Email Tracey.spencer@herefordshire.gov.uk
Wednesday 3rd June
9:45
11:45am
Ashfields Park Primary School, Ross on Wye 
Jake Fosterjohn
 
 
Standard Triple P
 
2-11
Please ring on 01432 383651
Email Tracey.spencer@herefordshire.gov.uk

Group: Teen Triple P

What Triple P can do for you: encourage behaviour you like, deal with problem behaviour, become confident has a parent, be realistic about parenting and take care of yourself.

 

Start date
Time
Location
Facilitators
Type of course
Age Group
 To book a place:
 
 
Wednesday 3rd June
9.30
11.30am
Leominster Primary School
Freja Impey
Teen Triple P
11-16
Please ring on 01432 383651
Email Tracey.spencer@herefordshire.gov.uk

Early Help Support

All families need some extra support at times. Early help aims to provide the support you and your children need, when you need it, to help you manage difficult times. The early help process provides a framework to bring together the people who could help with supporting you and your family.
The early help team can be contacted on 01432 260261. Leominster Primary School's link family suppork worker from the early help team is Mrs E Newton.

Herefordshire Directory of Services

Useful contacts for Early Help support.
Link: Herefordshire Directory of Services

Wellbing Information Signposting Herefordshire (WISH)

Herefordshire's online service for wellbeing information and local services, activities and events across the county.
Link: https://www.wisherefordshire.org/