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Parenting workshops

We want to do the best for our children to help them thrive by supporting their needs along the way.

To support mums, dads and carers some of our family centres offer free parenting workshops. It's an opportunity to meet other parents and share personal experiences.  

Workshops offer support and advice on a range of topics including:

  • online safety
  • positive parenting 
  • sleep
  • dental hygiene 
  • healthy eating 

The workshops last from one to two hours and some of our family centres have crèche facilities available.

Parenting workshops
Parenting workshops
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Building Relationships for Stronger Families

You can access free support courses for your family from Tavistock Relationships.

Courses are offered online by webcam (on your laptop, smartphone, tablet or desktop computer) during times of social distancing measures. Once social distancing is over, where possible, support may be offered in your home or local community.


Parents are encouraged to commit fully to the course in order to gain the most benefit.
Sessions range from individual one-on-one, to group sessions between 6 to 12 parents depending on your particular needs.


Programmes are inclusive and open to all eligible parents. These opportunities are for couples who are together in a relationship or those who are separated.

To join a class or find out more information please email:

referralsbrsf@TavistockRelationships.org

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Need to talk

Need to talk?

If you would like to talk to one of our local Family Support workers to see how we can help, pop into one of our family centres, email contact@family-support.org.uk or phone 020 8753 6070.

We're here to help with tailored support for you and your family - just ask!

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Worried about a child?

If you are worried about a child or young person, please call our team on 020 8753 6600.

If you are worried that a child or young person is at immediate risk, please contact the NSPCC on 0808 800 500 or help@nspcc.org.uk or call the police on 999

Remember Childline is always there for any young person online and on the phone anytime. If you are worried about yourself or a friend they are there for you.