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Place2Be is a children's mental health charity, they believe that children should not have to face mental health problems alone. Their website contains a wealth of useful information and practical tips for parents to support their children's wellbeing and behaviour, including articles about: friendship issues, boundaries, routines, online safety, and their transition to secondary school.


Parenting Courses 

Birmingham City Council have pre-paid for every parent in Birmingham to access a parenting course. There are courses for parents, carers and grandparents of children from bump to 19. Learn about how your child develops, and get tips to manage their behaviour. Just enter the access code COMMUNITY at the top of the page to claim. 


In addition, our local children’s centre, Holland House, offers a 5-week parenting programme for parents and carers of children up to the age of 8.  For further information please call Holland House Children’s Centre on 0121 752 1860


Mental health support 

In these difficult times we have to look after our mental health. For young people aged 11 to 25 there are forums, guides and counselling available at Kooth

If your child is 0 to 25 years old and needs support, go to Pause, who provide support for parents and carers who are concerned about their child or young person’s wellbeing or call Pause on 0207 841 4470

Adults can get support from MIND by calling 0121 262 3555


For urgent help call Forward Thinking Birmingham on 0300 300 0099.  


SEND Birmingham

Birmingham's SEND Local Offer website contains help, advice and information about the services available for your child with a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND). They also deliver webinars throughout the year and cover a number of different topics. Each webinar lasts approximately one hour and takes the format of a presentation followed by an opportunity to ask questions.


Role Models

Role Models are an organisation devoted to the social and emotional wellbeing of young children. Their website contains a toolkit for your child to build their confidence, manage their emotions and develop friendships.  They often deliver free parent webinars too.


Incredible Years

Advice for Parents: Developing Positive Parent-Child Relationships & Behaviour Management  


Incredible Years act on the belief “that a child is the most precious of all human beings, and the ability to withstand the emotional and social challenges as a teenager, clearly rests upon a caring relationship between parent, teacher and child.”

Their mission is to advance the social and emotional behaviour of children of all ethnic groups, through a series of interlocking parent, teacher and child programmes supported by more than thirty years of clinically proven worldwide research.


Their goal is to deliver evidence-based programmes and materials that develop positive parent-teacher-child relationships and assist in preventing and treating behaviour problems and promoting social, emotional, and academic competence before a child becomes an adult.



Dragonfly Impact Education passionately believe that wellbeing is central to a person’s capacity to flourish in all areas of their life and reach their full potential. And wellbeing is not just about the physical – for them mental and emotional health are just as essential. They have created a booklet to give parents some tips on dealing with anxiety.

Little Sutton
Primary School

Worcester Lane, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B75 5NL

0121 464 4494


Little Sutton
English Hub

Worcester Lane, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B75 5NL

0121 464 4494