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School Health workshops for Parents

School Health Nursing Service


School health are offering a number of virtual parent workshops to support children across the primary age range in a variety of different areas, including transition. 


Below you will find the flyers giving further details of each workshops and how to book onto the courses.

Transition to primary school and transition to secondary school.


There are separate sessions for parents/carers of children due to start full time school in September and to parents/carers whose child is moving to secondary school. These sessions will focus on the health and wellbeing aspect of transitions.


Parents can register for the above sessions by contacting the school health single point of access. You will be asked to provide your child’s name, date of birth and school so they can verify their identity. You will also be asked to provide an email address so school health can invite you to a Microsoft team’s session. These sessions will run throughout the summer term and summer holidays. 

Puberty and Growing Up.


This workshop is for parents and carers who have children in year 5 and 6.

Parents/carers can access the ‘Help I’m Hairy’ resource at  This can be downloaded and played free of charge by parents/carers. School health will be offering parent sessions to support using this resource and talk to their child about puberty and growing up.

Other parent workshops


School health are also offering a range of other workshops to help support your children.

Bed wetting.

Toilet training.

Understanding your child's behaviour.

Understanding your child's emotions.

Educational Psychology support for Families


The Educational Psychology team are currently offering support and advice about how to talk to your child about Coronavirus, advice if your child is felling anxious, advice about how to engage your child in positive activities if their behaviour is becoming challenging at home.


The flyer gives the details of how to access this service.