The two stories are designed to support young children (aged 3 – 7 years old) and parents discuss childhood worries and anxieties, no matter how big or small they may be.
The book readings are available to watch below. And you can find more information on our World Book Day page.
Thrive LDN has got together with parenting programme Empowering Parents Empowering Communities (EPEC) for a series of workshops to help support parents of children aged 2-11 years old.
EPEC is led by parents for parents, and runs groups across the UK. For these London sessions they have developed two series of three workshops. If parents prefer, they can take single workshops, each lasting 90 minutes, covering just one of the issues, such as looking after yourself as a parent, or positive communication at home.
The workshops will run on Tuesday mornings and Wednesday afternoons during March on Zoom, starting on Tuesday, 2 March.
The workshops are designed to help parents better understand their children’s behaviour and feelings, support their emotional wellbeing, and find fun and play in stressful times. They will be interactive, and parents will have the opportunity to share and learn from each other, as well as from the parent group leaders.
To register and find out more details complete the following online form: EPEC Parent Workshops.
There will also be two Facebook live events, at 10am on Tuesday, 23 March and 1.30pm on Wednesday, 24 March, which will focus on topics which come out of the workshops. Sign up for the Facebook live events via the CPCS Facebook page.
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