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  1. 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…
  2. Night terrors

    Many children experience nightmares and night terrors, but most grow out of them. They don't cause any long-term psychological harm to your child. Night terrors are very different from nightmares. A child having night terrors may scream and thrash around, and may not recognise you…
  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. 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
  5. How can I avoid scams?

    Scams are created to trick you into handing over money or personal details. They can be targeted at businesses or individuals. Victims are often left feeling a sense of shame and social isolation, but don't feel embarrassed as it can happen to anyone.
  6. Working with babies

    Early evidence and current research is highlighting the importance of supporting children aged 0 – 2 in their development as we emerge from the pandemic and lockdowns. The support we offer the children and families now, will make a long-term difference. There are various baby…
  7. Suffolk welcoming places

    Children and young people with SEND and their families have told us they want to feel safe, welcome and included within their local communities. They have also given us a list of actions you can take to help them: Staff say hello and smile Make…
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