Parent Club offers up-to-date guidance on your child’s health and education. It’s full of hints and tips from other parents and carers who’ve been there before. It also has advice to help you look after your own wellbeing and to point you in the direction of the support available.
Parentzone is part of the Education Scotland website to support learning and advocate parental role in education, with information about the curriculum, Parent Councils and supporting learning at home.
The National Parent Forum of Scotland‘s “…in a Nutshell” series provides parent friendly information on a wide variety of topics including online safety, additional support for learning and the different phases of the Curriculum for Excellence.
Psychological First Aid: Supporting Children and Young People is a free course produced by Public Health England, working with a wide range of experts and organisations. It is based on international guidance from the World Health Organisation, United Nations and partners. On this 3-week course you will explore the techniques of psychological first aid (PFA), the globally recommended training for supporting people during emergencies. You’ll focus on children and young people’s mental health, and what you can do to help them cope and access the support they need during and after emergencies and crisis situations.