Advice & Support for Families
There are a range of Discussion Groups and Group Programmes giving advice and support for Children, Young People and Families in Sheffield provided by Sheffield Multi Agency Support Teams.
Sheffield Parenting run regular events/workshops and if you interested in participating in any of the programmes then please speak to your child's Pastoral Manager, Meadowhead School's Inclusion Support Team Manager or any member of the Welfare Team by calling school reception or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we can make a referral for you.
As part of Sheffield City Council's Parenting offer, Sheffield Parenting are now providing all parents the opportunity to complete a programme called Triple P Online (TPOL).
There are 2 programmes available:
Toddlers to Tweens (0 – 12)
Pre-teens & Teens (Teen)
TPOL is an accredited Triple P programme https://www.triplep-parenting.uk.net/…/triple-p-parenting-…/
Full details of the Positive Parenting services offered through Sheffield City Council are on their website:
Download a pdf copy of the Spring/Summer 2021 programme at the foot of this page
"Parents and carers can access a range of groups that offer practical advice and support with parenting. We deliver programmes that are evidence based, tried and tested. The content is written by professional psychologists who have conducted years of research into what works to manage behaviours and difficulties that we can all face as parents." Sheffield City Council
"Sheffield has 7 Family centres (formerly known as children’s centres) and together with their outreach sites they cover all areas of the city and provide advice, support activities and services for families with children under-5 as well as maternity care and support for expectant parents.
"Whether you’re together or separated, the way you and your partner communicate can impact on your children. All relationships have tricky moments - it’s how they’re experienced and resolved that matters. Of course, disagreements and arguments are completely normal and part of everyday life but if it is becoming a problem then you can get help." Relationship Matters