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Managing Feelings Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Managing Feelings

and about or things your child tells you have happened at nursery or school. Pretend play games

Caring For Yourself Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Caring For Yourself

with things such as cooking a meal, doing a school run, keeping you company at an appointment.  Let your GP

Supporting Siblings Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Supporting Siblings

and manage better when they have the right information. Keep your child’s school updated with what

Toileting Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Toileting

-Friday (excluding bank holidays) and 9am-1pm on Saturdays. If your child attends school or an early

Physical Activity Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Physical Activity

with nursery and school too. Look for local activity and sports groups – get in touch and explain your child’s. bank holidays) and 9am-1pm on Saturdays. If your child attends school or an early years setting, talk

Growing Up with Additional Needs Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Growing Up with Additional Needs

Which Nursery Or School? Health services and Norfolk County Council work together to support your. child may need extra support once they start school. This is an important first step in making sure your child gets the right support for them. Choosing The Right Setting or School This is a big. about their experience of choosing a school or nursery. Talk to any professionals who know your child. Ask their views on what will help your child have a good school experience, so that you can share

Early Days Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Babies Needing Extra Care > Early Days

or ironing. If you have other children you might ask for a hand with the school / nursery run to begin

Supporting Transition Home > School Life > Resources For Families > Supporting Transition

Starting high school can be an exciting time but also challenging for some children. A well planned transition can help children feel more prepared and less challenged by the changes they face. This session has been adapted from a classroom based lesson for children to work through with adult. if they are not rushed.This session will cover Feelings about moving to high school Physical.. School Life

Parental Wellbeing Home > Emotional Health > Parental Emotional Health > Parental Wellbeing

at nursery or school, or even at the local park. Just smiling and saying hello to begin with can start

Worries & Anxiety Activities Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Emotional Health Activities > Worries & Anxiety Activities

in Adolescence This 60-minute workshop was delivered to parents of school aged children to help them