Eldwick Primary School

Progress Through Partnership


Parents Resources

Being a parent can be incredibly rewarding. Sometimes though, you may find yourself facing new situations and challenges as your child grows and develops.

You may find the following resources useful:

Eldwick Primary School Information

School Information Booklet

Homework Help

Getting Organised

Useful Websites/Leaflets

Being a Parent in the Real World

A great booklet with good advice and information. 
Change 4 Life

A great website packed with information and advice about keeping your family healthy and happy.
Children's Food Trust A useful website from this charity that looks at all aspects of food, nutrition, cooking and food advice

Children's continence charity offering advice and support:

Nights Away - Practical tips to help manage nights away from home

ERIC's Guide to Children's Soiling

Family Lives

A very useful website with lots of parenting and family advice:

Primary school - off to a good start

Splitting up or staying together? Making the right decision – with Family Lives and Relate


Friendly, confidentiality drugs advice. An informative website for any drugs-related issue or query.
Keighley DVS A charity providing support and advice around domestic abuse.
Key Stages in your child’s emotional development
from birth to adulthood
A very informative booklet that explains the key emotional development stages from birth to adulthood. (Produced by The Child Psychotherapy Trust)
Kids in the Middle A very useful booklet to support children who's parents are going through separation or divorce
Men's Advice Line

Support information for men in abusive relationships


The website of the mental health charity with useful advice, support and information:

How to parent in a crisis


NSPCC - has a wealth of support leaflets and advice:

Better behaviour - A practical guide to positive parenting

Keeping cool - Advice for parents on managing stress and anger

Listening to children - improving communication with your child

Home alone - Advice and support for parents around leaving your child

Out alone - Out with you, out alone, or taking part in activities

Understanding Childhood

Understanding Childhood has a series of leaflets written by experienced
child psychotherapists to give insight into the child’s feelings and view
of the world and help parents, and those who work with children, to
make sense of their behaviour:

understanding your overactive child

supporting teenagers - helping parents and professionals to understand the early teenage years

the child’s experience of primary school