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Development Milestones Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Developmental Stages > Development Milestones

when it doesn’t go as their way. Know their important family group. 1 -2 Years The pre-school. and ready for the new experiences that school will bring.  At around this age your child may; 24 - 30.. They may be settling into school. They will be benefit from the chance to make friends and follow routines

Development In Younger Children Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Developmental Stages > Development In Younger Children

During the primary school years, from 5 -11 years old, children continue to develop, both. and starting high school! These years are important for helping your child build healthy habits.. They might enjoy sports and activities with friends or family at the park or at out of school clubs. to go to a music group after school or they could have a go at teaching themselves from YouTube. Fine. child understands. They will be able to understand there are some rules at home and at school

Development In Older Children Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Developmental Stages > Development In Older Children

As your child becomes older and reaches adolescence they will be getting more independent. They will begin to do more things without you, start high school and be more influenced by other people. It might feel like your job as a parent or carer is less important, but this is a time when. older, they should be able to get ready for the school day – have the right homework completed. will develop at their own pace. If your child attends school or college, talk to them about your worries

Developmental Concerns Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Developmental Stages > Developmental Concerns

assessment, and vision assessment. If your child attends school, nursery or a registered childminder, talk

National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) Home > Our Services > School Height And Weight Checks > National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP)

of the Healthy Child Programme will attend your child’s school to carry out the measurements. of the NCMP. Information about how to opt out is given in a letter or email from your child's school.  Who. to other Norfolk parents and carers by clicking our online community forum below. School Height

Talking To My Child About Weight Home > Our Services > School Height And Weight Checks > Talking To My Child About Weight

to other Norfolk parents and carers by clicking our online community forum below. School Height And Weight

FAQs Home > Our Services > School Height And Weight Checks > FAQs

in Reception return to a healthy weight by Year 6. This means that by the end of primary school, 2. community forum below. School Height And Weight Checks

Healthy Lifestyles Coaches and #NorfolkCan Home > Our Services > School Height And Weight Checks > Healthy Lifestyles Coaches and #NorfolkCan

by clicking our online community forum below. School Height And Weight Checks

Norfolk Library Service Home > Our Services > Norfolk Library Service

Your local library is a great place to take your child. As well as books you can borrow for free, most Norfolk libraries have activities and events, especially during school holidays. The library is also a place to meet other local parents.  Reading books can support your child's learning and development and your library will have books suitable for all ages. Where Is My Local Library? Your Local Library Find out how to join your local library. It's free and as a member, you can use any