The Empowering Parents Empowering Communities (EPEC) Being A Parent Course aims to improve child development and outcomes, parenting, family resilience and family relationships. The Being a Parent course creates a trusting group ethos, where parents are encouraged and supported to explore:
Positive behaviour management and discipline strategies.
Managing parent and family stress.
Understanding and managing children’s feelings.
Parent listening, communication, play and interaction skills.
Attachment and parent-child relationships.
Parenting roles, expectations and culture.
The course is run by Parents for Parents, is completely free and is aimed at parents in Leeds who have one or more children between the ages of 2 to 11 years. It does not run during school holidays.
The course starts on Monday January 20th 2020 and will be held at Templenewsam Halton Primary School between 1-3pm.
Would you like to gain experience in developing activities for family audiences using your creativity? Leeds Museums & Galleries are recruiting volunteers to assist visitors in engaging with the museum through craft and other creative activities. The volunteers will be supporting the Learning Officer and the museum team during the busy holiday periods to ensure the smooth running of the activities. For further information please click here
Leeds Libraries & Leeds Employment and Skills are welcoming new recruits to a 10 week free IT training course starting in January 2020. The #techmums clubs are a key part of the Leeds City Council 100% Digital Leeds programme. For ten weeks, women on the free course explore social media, web and app design, coding, online safety and creative design. For further information please click here
We wanted to know what the important issues are in the community so that we can use your views and opinions to drive the work of the TNCP. This will include campaigns for our TNCP School Council, work in the community, Holiday Activity Programmes, and the wider work of the TNCP. Click here to see the results of the consultation.
Please note the TNCP Cluster Team will be closed between Friday 20th December 2019 and Monday 6th January 2020. Please click here for a list of services/agencies that you may find useful, should you feel that you need support during this period.
The internet plays a positive role in many aspects of young people’s lives, but it can also be used for inappropriate, risk-taking or illegal sexual behaviour. It can also be difficult for parents, carers, and professionals to know how to respond and support a child. The Lucy Faithfull Foundation is the only UK-wide charity dedicated solely to preventing child sexual abuse. For further information regarding the charity please click here