Parents Resources

Afrikindness Parent team have collated some resources which might be useful and help parents and carers at home with children and young people.
Below we have listed some key areas that parents often seek support and information. 


We update the list regularly, so please ensure you check this page often.

We hope you find these resources useful and that they can be used to support and offer ideas at any time during your parenting journey.

GCSE & A-level Success – What Parents Need to Know

Access a range of resources, including a free trial session of GCSEPod, offering targeted revision content designed to enhance student learning. Expert panellists, including seasoned educators and qualification specialists, offered detailed insights and practical strategies tailored to support students through their GCSE preparations

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Understanding Neurodiversity and Pathways to Diagnosis

Through engaging discussions, the webinar addressed prevalent barriers and highlighted the importance of fostering understanding and providing timely and accurate diagnoses for neurodivergent individuals and their families.

Hear a parent share her journey of navigating life with her autistic daughter.

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SELF-CARE FOR PARENTS: Nurturing the Nurturers

Self-care for parents goes beyond spa days; it's a holistic practice encompassing emotional, mental, and physical well-being. Contrary to the misconception, it's not a luxury but a necessity for managing stress and fostering resilience.

How do you currently prioritize self-care in your routine, and what impact does it have on your overall well-being as a parent?

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Empowering Young Voices: Breaking Cultural Barriers

‘My Voice Matters’ is about empowering young people with the tools they need to express themselves. Stifling a child's voice could adversely affect their sense of self-worth, mental health and holistic development.

Is your teen finding it challenging to express themselves? Explore practical solutions for fostering open communication and nurturing your teen's mental well-being.

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Racial Identity & Mental Health

When a child loses a strong sense of their identity, they often lose self-confidence and self-esteem, making them more vulnerable to racial bullying, limiting behaviours etc. Gain valuable insights into recognizing and addressing identity crises, fostering healthy racial identity development, and supporting your child's mental well-being.

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SAFEGUARDING: Parenting in Partnership with Schools

Are we well-informed about safeguarding risks and how to educate our children to recognize and respond to potential dangers? Recent surveys indicate that ''More than 90% of teachers say that safeguarding referrals have risen''.

Parents & Guardians, we have a ROLE to play to safeguard our children

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How Safe Are Our Children Online?

Online Safety: Nurturing Digital Resilience in Today’s Children.

Gain insights into understanding online risks and challenges for Children, the common concerns for parents, strategies and tips to build digital resilience and promote healthy habits for children online.

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GCSE & A-level Qualifications with Ofqual

The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) regulates qualifications, examinations and assessments in England.

Are you a parent or guardian of a GCSE or A-level student or a prospective parent who is considering the examinations in the future?

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Online Safety for Children with Janice Richardson

Gain insights into what Online Safety and Digital Citizenship really mean and why they are vital in today's digital landscape.

Are you a parent or guardian with questions and concerns about your child’s safety and privacy online?  

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is an umbrella term used to describe people who have brains that work differently from the average or “neurotypical” people. 

Are you a parent with a neurodiverse child or do you need information on how to show support to neurodiverse people?

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