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Parental Wellbeing Hub

Being a parent is the most rewarding and also the most challenging job that there is. It is the most important position you can hold, but it has no job description or downloadable rule book to which to refer in a time of question, curiosity or crisis. 

“There’s no way to be a perfect parent and a million ways to be a good one.” - Jill Churchill

At King's High School, we value working alongside parents in supporting our students in all facets of life.  No one has all the answers all of the time, and we all need to feel able to reach out to ask for guidance and help when it's needed.  For this reason,  we have compiled these trusted resources to support you in feeling informed, supported and empowered in the parenting journey and all the challenges that come along with it. 

Here you will find: spaces of support; carefully selected resources to help, guide and inform you and ideas to guide you in the parenting journey.

Resources and Advice

Below you will find a number of helpful resources and links.  

 

 

We are the UK’s eating disorder charity. Founded in 1989 as the Eating Disorders Association, our mission is to end the pain and suffering caused by eating disorders.

 

Help to support parents and carers with mental health concerns about their child.

Define Fine is a parent/carer-led organisation set up in response to the growing number of children and young people who experience school attendance difficulties. 

 

The evidenced-based resources on this site have been specifically designed to encourage young people to develop and maintain a healthy body image during the transition to adulthood.

Safe and reliable advice about young people’s mental health, created by experts and parents together.

 

Clinical support and advice for parents and carers raising teenagers and young people.

 

This site provides advice and support for families who have a child experiencing school attendance problems and barriers.

There's no such thing as a perfect parent. One day all's calm, the next it's chaos. However it's going, we're here with advice and support for parents and carers.

 

Parenting advice from child mental health experts, including practical tips to support children's wellbeing and behaviour.

 

Free digital mental wellbeing support for adults and parent across the UK.

 

Square Peg was set up as a social enterprise in April 2019, to effect change for children who struggle to attend school and their families. Working closely with Not Fine In School, Square Peg seek to support and raise awareness around the issued of attending school for many young people.

 

Searchable resources to support the challenges of parenting young people – “Netflix for parenting resources”.

 

A wide range of resources for every step of the parenting journey.

 

Winston’s Wish is a charity that helps children, teenagers and young adults (up to the age of 25) find their feet when their worlds are turned upside down by grief.

Supporting parents and carers in supporting young minds. “We have lots of practical advice to help you support them – from encouraging them to open up, to navigating mental health services and finding them the right help. No matter what you’re going through, things can get better.”