Articles, Ideas and Resources
Mindfulness is a clinically proven way to improve mental and physical health. Their app is fantastic for supporting and learning a daily mindfulness practice – for all ages! Beyond the app, their website is also full of advice and information. There are easy to use guides, videos and articles galore!
Useful information provided by the nationwide bereavement charity Cruse. This webpage gives answer to some of your concerns when trying to support your grieving child.
This guide, developed by the UK Trauma Council, explains traumatic bereavement and helps you to consider if this is what your child is experiencing.
Listen to your child - A list compiled by the Family Justice Young People’s Board. Their members are children and young people with experience of family law proceedings.
A series of four FREE videos that will help you support your children through separation/divorce.
Developed by the clinicians at the Anna Freud Centre, this is a short list of strategies to use when responding to children and young people’s fears.
Supporting children's school transition
A helpful guide, developed by the Anna Freud Centre, for parents and carers whose children are preparing to move on to secondary school.
A guide for parents offering tips on how to start a meaningful conversation and even ideas for activities you could do together. From downloadable conversation starters, to a useful tips video, this site is full of great resources.
Find out what support is available to help you and your family get through the cost-of-living crisis.
Support Services and Helplines
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The Ark Children's Centre is located next-door to the school.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Call 0808 168-9111.
Local charity supporting victims of domestic abuse (aged 16+) who live in West Kent.
Helpline open weekdays 10am to 4pm, answer phone available out of ours; 01892 570538
An informative resource aimed at helping young people, parents and carers understand emotional wellbeing and resilience.
Signposting, support and weekly informal drop-in for parents and carers of children and young people with SEND in Tunbridge Wells.
Our family services including free legal advice, representation in some cases, and judge referred child contact