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Drinking Alcohol Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe Around Others > Drinking Alcohol

and there are also groups running during the school holidays It’s understandable that you may want to give your

Outdoor Activities Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Move More > Outdoor Activities

an extra effort to walk to the park, shops, or school. Make sure children are not in buggies, car. child is 4 years old but they are in school, they can take part. It helps your child move lots, eat. the winter holidays and will start on 19th December. Children who are eligible for means-tested free school

Activity for Older Children Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Move More > Activity for Older Children

whenever it is possible – to school, to the shops, or to a friend’s houses. You could use money saved. Don’t forget after school activity clubs and sports activities might be available for your child too. 5-16 in Norfolk. If your child is 4 years old but they are in school, they can take part. It helps. for means-tested free school meals can claim free spaces on the activities, whilst paid spots are available

Stammering Home > Speech & Language > Stammering

for pre-school children who stammer.   Advice For Younger Children Advice For Older Children

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Every Relationship Matters in Norfolk Home > Emotional Health > Parental Emotional Health > Every Relationship Matters in Norfolk

Children who are around adults who shout loudly, argue a lot or ignore each other often, don't see and learn how to resolve conflict in a healthy way. This can have a negative affect on their view of what a healthy relationship is. It can negatively impact on feeling safe within the family environment, doing well in school, and their own mental health. It’s normal to have some disagreements with our loved ones, but it’s important to think about how often disagreements and how they are dealt

How Is My Child Doing? Home > Speech & Language > How Is My Child Doing?

an early years or school setting you can speak to their key worker or teacher about your concerns. the activities or advice everyday. If your child attends an early years or school setting, the same

Working Together As Parents Home > Emotional Health > Parental Emotional Health > Working Together As Parents

possible children value both parents being able to come to school events and share in their good and bad. routines such as going to school and specific meal times. Let them know they can talk about

Self-Harm Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young Peoples Emotional Health > Self-Harm

 of what might help them most. Talking to your child’s school can help widen your child’s support., developed with input from young people, parents and school staff. It has been funded by Public. school nurses and mental health specialists, to provide solutions, support and understanding

E-Safety - Older Children Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe Online > E-Safety - Older Children

they are. Keep your personal information private. You don’t need to tell people your full name, age, school. to people, the same as you would in school or out and about. Staying Safe Online It is important