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Supporting children with asking for help

A key skill for building independence in our young people, as recommended by educational psychologists, is asking for help. Here is a link to a recorded webinar where Dr Mary Stanley-Duke explains how parents can support children to ask for help in a practical and accessible 30 minute video. The webinar can be viewed at https://youtu.be/gZ5ZXyT4QbM  

#WeAreBristol Kids

#WeAreBristol Kids is a new online resource launched by Bristol City Council to help better connect children with the city during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond. With many families struggling, with continued school closures and isolation from usual activities, the hub with a strong focus on Bristol, aims to bring kids together in an entertaining and informative way. Content from the hub currently includes:

 

· Bristol actor Joe Sims reading of local writer and illustrator, Rob Hodgson’s book ‘The Cave’

· An interactive recipe for delicious scones from Bristol’s Great British Bake Off star Briony Williams

· Famous Bristol scenes drawn by Bristol artist Jenny Urquhart that are available to print off and colour in

· An exercise video featuring players from Bristol Rovers F.C.

 

This new resource aims to encourage reading, cooking, physical activity, art and the opportunity to engage with the Mayor and our wider local democracy. #WeAreBristol Kids is a development of the original, award-winning #WeAreBristol campaign, which was launched in July 2019 and encouraged unity and a strong sense of civic pride. Building on those values, the online hub will provide activities to entertain and educate, while also encouraging children and parents to explore their own creativity. #WeAreBristol Kids hub will be fully interactive and give children and families the chance to contribute their own content, as well as offer suggestions for what they would like in the future. To enjoy the full range of content, visit: https://www.wearebristol.co.uk/kids/

Establishing a routine at home

Routines can help support good behaviour and help as you and your family find a new daily routine. Try this checklist to help you and your child plan your new routines. You might even come up with a new list together with your child! 

Below you will find regularly updated bulletins for parent, carers and young people from Families in Focus. Each issue has lots of information about support services and activities that families can use during these difficult times. 
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