Parent Training

Helping Children to Think Critically about Fake News and Prejudice

A course to increase your understanding of the challenges young people face with social media and false information, and to equip you with the confidence, skills and knowledge to effectively discuss misinformation and prejudice with children.


Free e-learning course for parents/carers:

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Care and Support Working with vulnerable children, young people and families

Do you work with vulnerable children, young people and their families? Would you like to know what issues they may face and what support is available? Or are you interested in this field and feel you have something to contribute?

Begins: 06/05/2021-24/06/2021
Time: 10:00-13:00
Venue: Online
Duration: 8 weeks
Full Fee: £199
Concession Fee: £0 Free if you are receiving unemployment benefits or earning below £19,962.50
Course Code: KCN14
Contact: Jo Akram  |


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Free Courses for Residents of Greenwich

Are you a parent or carer of a child/young person
with SEND 0-25

We are inviting you to join Charlotte and Nev to attend a series of one hour ‘Toolkit’ wellbeing series. Each session will be followed by a parent peer support session which will provide you with the space to share and be supported in a safe and private space

This is all about YOU because you are important!

During these challenging times, we need to be agile in our response to change, build resilience and maintain our own wellbeing as well as our children’s.

How does it work?  Each 1-hour session is delivered through a ‘virtual training room’ followed by the next week 1-hour parent peer support session

You can join any session, but you will gain much more from attending all sessions and meeting each week with likeminded parents.

To register please click:

Any questions about the sessions or if you would like to know more about Greenwich Parent Participation Group, we would love to hear from you. (Carol 07852 101 492)

Click here to download all sessions which start from 20 January 2021:
Mindfull and wellbeing sessions | January – April 2021 


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Creative Courses to Promote Wellbeing
for Adult Residents of Greenwich


All sessions are on zoom and you will need a smartphone, tablet or computer with Internet access.

  • Creative Writing Course: Monday mornings 10am-12pm
    starting 25 January until 8 March, no session in February half term.


Greenwich Residents

Click on the link below for full details:
City Lit Craft courses January – March 2021.pdf

To book a place or for more details email, call or text
tel: 07733 307 266

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Future Learning

FutureLearn, an online learning platform, which has partnered with the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the UK Public Health Rapid Support Team has created a course on tackling the coronavirus.

The course content itself will be updated based on the latest information and it is taught by senior clinical epidemiologists and researchers. We see this as an essential part of helping people stay safe and informed.

You can find the course here

It is completely free for anybody to take and everybody enrolled in the course will be able to access the materials indefinitely.

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