Resources to support children

In Our Place

This website provides online courses dedicated to improving emotional health and wellbeing in parents, children, teenagers, adults and grandparents, brought to you by Solihull Approach.   There are courses covering many different aspects of a child’s life, as well as some for adults.  Several courses are free to all, several are free and provided by Norfolk Children and Young People’s Health Service, and some may have a fee.


Kooth is an online mental wellbeing community for 11-16 year olds.


Here are the Parent FAQ’s in case you have any questions regarding your child using Kooth.

Top Tips For Families

A resource all about talking to your child about mental health.

Friendship Guide For Adults

A resource to guide parents through the issues that come with difficult friendships (aimed at parents of children aged 8+).

Kindness Guide For Parents/Carers

How to talk to your child about why kindness matters and how to support them in being kind.

Time for Us Parent Pack

A resource originally created during Covid-19 by the Families, Children and Young People Team in Scotland. Suggestions for activities you can do with your child to understand more about how people are feeling, coping and how you can support each other. Whilst the activities are aimed at children aged 11-17, you can adapt them for younger children.

Positive Parenting

A resource about understanding your child’s needs, how you can set boundaries, rewards and discipline, keeping your cool, building positive relationships and who you can go to if you need further advice.

Young Minds: How to talk to your child about mental health

Advice by Young Minds on how to talk to your child about mental health with suggested activities for both younger children and teenagers.

Young Minds: Self-esteem

Advice by Young minds on how to identify if your child is struggling with self-esteem and what you can do to support them.

Young Minds: Social media

Advice from Young Minds on talking to your child about social media.

Young Minds: Parents’ Helpline

A helpline from Young Minds that offers tailored information, advice and support to parents and carers who are concerned about their child’s mental health. You can speak to them over the phone, or chat to them online.


Parenting advice from the NSPCC on a range of topics and for a range of ages.

Anti-Bullying Alliance

Advice from the Anti-Bullying Alliance for families of children who may be being bullied, or may be engaging in bullying behaviour.

Action For Children

Advice for families from Action For Children on lots of ‘feelings’ topics such as worries, bereavement, making friends, building your toddler’s resilience and much more.

BBC Bitesize Parents’ Toolkit

This page is full of great advice, activities, learning and much more.

Place2Be: Supporting parents with school attendance

Advice for families from Place2Be (the charity that runs Children’s Mental Health Week each year) on a variety of mental health topics.


Advice for families from Place2Be on what to do if your child doesn’t want to go to school.

Just One Norfolk: School Attendance

This website has advice and top tips to support good attendance at school.

Flourishing Families Tool

This has been designed for families who might want a little extra help meeting their child’s needs. There are all sorts of things that you can get help with, whether it’s healthy eating, fun activities or financial support, and this tool was developed to help you work out what you’re already doing well and help you find support when and if you need it.

Supporting Your Child With Anxiety

This booklet from Charlie Waller looks at anxiety and its impact, while offering practical ideas for your child.

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