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How to keep kids healthy over Christmas with Laura Matthews

Laura Matthews is here to share tips on how to make sure your babies and toddlers are getting a varied and nutritious diet over the holidays and how to find that balance between not letting them overindulge while keeping things relaxed and not coming across as the Christmas Grinch!

How to raise multilingual child

Join our workshop on multilingualism with N educator Sarah Humphries

Baby and child first aid class

Our first aid class will give you the tools and confidence to deal with most medical emergencies that involve a child, from new-born to primary school age.

The second baby: How-to guides by Sarah Ockwell-Smith

Join our talk on how to cope with pregnancy number two and how to prepare for life with two children.

Slow living and conscious parenting by Sydney Piercey

An ode to the joy of slow living and conscious parenting, by the bestselling author of Sustainable Play, Sydney Piercey.

Sustainable parenting by Africa Daley-Clarke aka The Vitamin D project

Join us on Wednesday 13th July when Africa from The Vitamin D Project shares her tips for lifestyle changes that can make a big difference.

Potty training explained, with best-selling author Jamie Glowacki

Join Jamie Glowacki, best-selling author of Oh Crap! Potty Training: Everything modern parents need to know to do it once and do it right.

Managing meals and snack times in the early years, Q&A with Laura Matthews

We’ve worked with Laura Matthews – former Head of Nutrition at Jamie Oliver – from […]

Toddlers explained: How to teach our kids to apologise.

In this informative talk, Devon Kuntzman from Transforming Toddlerhood takes a closer look at the skill of apologising and the important difference between a forced apology versus one that is given with empathy and ownership.

How to avoid gender stereotyping

We’re delighted to welcome back Kirstie Beaven from Sonshine magazine to discuss the hotly contested nature vs nurture debate when it comes to gender and explore ways that we, as parents of young children, can help break away from these damaging gender stereotypes.