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10th November 2023

Supporting Big Emotions at Home & School - The Zones of Regulation

The Primary Years are a time of rapid development and huge change; it is also a time where emotions can be expressed and experienced in many different ways.

This free session for parents of primary school children in South London schools looks at Emotion Regulation skills and strategies.


Tuesday 14th November
Thursday 16th November

7.30-8.30 pm
12.30-1.30 pm

Online - Hosted on Teams Click Here to Book


9th November 2023

Upcoming Parent Webinar: Supporting Autistic Spectrum Condition

Understanding and Supporting Your Child with Autism Spectrum Condition

 This webinar is designed for parents of children with diagnosed Autism Spectrum Condition

It will provide parents with a variety of approaches, tools and useful resources.


Monday 13th November
Tuesday 21st November

1-2.30 pm
6-7.30 pm

Location - Hosted on Teams, Click here to book

16th October 2023

Catering Survey

Please click on the link below to complete a survey from our catering team. 
They would be very grateful if you could take a few moments to complete the survey to help them review their service so that they can make any changes if necessary to improve. The survey will close on Friday the 20th October so please respond before the closing date.

22nd September 2023

Understanding & Supporting ARFID: Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder

Understanding & Supporting ARFID: Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder


Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder, more commonly known as ARFID, is a disorder characterised by a pattern of eating that avoids certain foods/food groups and/or is restricted in quantity. This parent webinar will talk through the difference between picky eaters, problem feeders and ARFID. It aims to consider a behavioural approach to ARFID, and provide parents with practical advice.


Thursday 28th September

Monday 2nd October 12-1.30 pm 6-7.30 pm

Online - Hosted on Teams

Click Here to book

14th September 2023

Challenging Behaviour - I'm worried about my child vaping

It’s common for parents to worry about their children trying smoking, alcohol or drugs as they get older. However, in recent years, more young people have been using e-cigarettes, known as vaping. Children are trying vaping younger than ever and the risks are less well known than with other substances. 

If you have any concerns, please follow thie link below for more information: