Our library of parenting resources was built up in partnership with colleagues at the Family and Parenting Institute and named in honour of Richard Evans, the benefactor of the Artemis Trust, the first funder of Parenting UK. Richard Evans and his late wife, Gai, made an indispensible contribution to making available services that are respectful of parents and children.

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Volunteering in children's centres

Results from a volunteer questionnaire survey carried out by 4Children for Family Lives.

Serving deprived communities in a recession

This report explores how budget cuts will affect the capacity of local government to meet the needs of more deprived households and communities. There is real concern that more deprived groups will suffer the most. This report provides early, systematic evidence of the scale of the cuts and of how l...

Childminding practice in England: final report

This report presents the findings from an 18-month study of childminders in England that included a survey with a random sample of 581 childminders, interviews and observations with 25 childminders and interviews with 20 parents who use childminders.

The Educare child neglect programme

This EduCare programme is written by the NSPCC and is suitable for people who have already completed basic child protection training. The purpose of the programme is to raise awareness so that children who may be experiencing neglect can be helped. The programme explores the meaning of neglect...

Calming your fussy baby the Brazelton way

Calming Your Fussy Baby: The Brazelton Way helps parents interpret the very first cries of an infant, and shows them how to respond in the most appropriate and effective way. Drs. Brazelton and Sparrow deal squarely with such urgent problems as colic, whining, and tantrums and show how the emergence...

Label with care

Teresa Bliss has produced this book for parents. It reflects her experience and wisdom and translates them into a readable and enjoyable handbook for parents who seek advice and knowledge about bringing up children. Schools might buy this book to lend to parents, confident that it will provide the s...

Family Relationships in Middle Childhood

Family Relationships in Middle Childhood presents a study of family life among parents and children during 'middle childhood'. Combining the perspectives of parents and young children aged 4-8 in each family, this study explores how family members get on together, the factors both within and outside...

Set Free Childhood

Children watch TV and use computers for five hours daily on average. But electronic media demands confilct with the needs of children. The result? Record levels of learning difficulties, sleep problems, language delay, aggressive behaviour, anxiety - and childre on fast fast forward. This book shows...
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Start a new search is an online service designed to support and encourage parents and carers of children aged 5-19, with a collection of videos addressing day-to-day questions and concerns spanning wellbeing, behaviour and learning.