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A New School
Starting at a new school may feel daunting for your child, and for you too! Here are some top tips on making the transition smoother for both of you.
Nutrition and Exercise
Make healthy lifestyles a family affair! Eating well and being physically active every day are the building blocks for a healthy lifestyle. You play an important role in helping your child and your family learn about being healthy and leading by example is a great way to do this.
Although most of us have a pretty good understanding of the damage the smoking can do to us, it’s important to have a really good grasp of all the facts to enable an open and honest discussion with your child.
Your Child and Alcohol
It’s important to talk to your child openly about alcohol and being armed with the facts about alcohol and underage drinking will really help to open up the discussion.
Head Lice and Nits
Head lice and nits are very common in young children and their families. They do not have anything to do with dirty hair and are picked up by head-to-head contact.
Your Child's Mental Health
Talking to your child about how they are feeling and understanding their emotions and behaviour is key in being able to help and support them. But it can feel tricky talking about this.
Your Child and Drugs
It can be difficult to raise the subject and talk to you child about drugs so doing your homework first and having a better understanding is really important.
Good Sexual Health
Talking to your teenager about sex will help them to feel more supported and confident. Most teenagers would probably like to talk to a parent of carer about relationships and sex so here are some top tips about how to start the conversation..