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  1. What’s on - Get involved

    Get involved in local events, stay up to date with the latest news, surveys and opportunities in Suffolk, meet other parents and tell us your views. If you would like to include information on this page, please email localoffer@suffolk.gov.uk. 
  2. Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP)

    EYPP is additional funding a childcare provider can claim for your child. It is an additional £302 per year (rising to £342 a year in 2023) to spend on enriching your three and four-year-old child’s early education. Last reviewed January 2023
  3. Healthy sleep tips for children

    Good sleep is important for your child's physical and mental wellbeing. A relaxing bedtime routine is one important way to help your child get a good night's sleep. Relaxation tips to help sleep Doing the same relaxing things in the same order and at the…
  4. Anxiety disorders in children

    It's normal for children to feel worried or anxious from time to time - such as when they're starting school or nursery, or moving to a new area. But for some children, anxiety affects their behaviour and thoughts every day, interfering with their school, home…
  5. ADHD

    Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a group of behavioural symptoms that include inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness. Symptoms of ADHD tend to be noticed at an early age and may become more noticeable when a child's circumstances change, such as when they start school. Most…
  6. Roles of health professionals

    Children and young people aged 0 – 25 and their parents and carers may talk to a wide range of health professionals to find support. The different job roles and titles can become confusing, this page provides information on professionals who may come into contact…
  7. Person centred planning

    Person-centred planning is a process of learning and listening, taking into account the needs, thoughts, concerns and opinions on what is important now, and for the future. This approach aims to help children and young people to: Be at the heart of the process Identify…
  8. How to deal with panic attacks

    A panic attack is a feeling of sudden and intense anxiety. Panic attacks can also have physical symptoms, including shaking, feeling disorientated, nausea, rapid, irregular heartbeats, dry mouth, breathlessness, sweating and dizziness. The symptoms of a panic attack are not dangerous, but can be very…
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