The launch of Flourishing@Froebelian

I am thrilled to share with you an exciting initiative that we are launching at The Froebelian School. Flourishing@Froebelian is a brand-new nurturing programme designed specifically for parents. In our ongoing commitment to supporting families, we recognise the vital role that we all play in shaping the lives of children. This programme aims to provide you with the guidance and support needed to navigate the various challenges and joys of parenthood.

Our nurturing programme is rooted in the belief that every parent has the capacity to create a loving and supportive environment for their children to thrive. Whether you’re a first-time parent or have multiple children, this programme is tailored to meet your unique needs and circumstances. We understand that parenting can be both rewarding and demanding, and our goal is to empower you with the knowledge and skills to navigate this journey with confidence and resilience.

Parenting can sometimes feel isolating, but you are not alone. Our sessions will hopefully provide you with a safe and nurturing space to connect with other parents, share your experiences, and seek advice and encouragement from others facing similar challenges.

We plan to offer a series of workshops throughout the academic year, covering a wide range of topics, including:

  • Independence: Being school-ready (Most suitable for current LKG parents)
  • Online safety and use of devices
  • Mealtimes and bedtime routines
  • Behaviour and setting boundaries
  • Building resilience
  • Wellbeing and mental health
  • Future schools
  • Supporting your child’s learning

We will be running our first two workshops on the following dates:

Independence: Being school-ready (Most suitable for LKG parents) – Thursday 6th June at 7.00pm

Online Safety and Use of Devices – Tuesday 25 June at 7.00pm

Please complete the following forms, by Monday 3rd June, if you wish to attend either session:

Being-School Ready

Online-Safety and Use of Devices

We believe that by investing in the well-being of parents, we can create a ripple effect that positively impacts the lives of children and families. Our nurturing programme is designed to support you in becoming the best parent you can be, and we are committed to walking alongside you on this journey.

We are excited to embark on this new adventure with you and look forward to seeing the positive impact it will have on your family. I would welcome any suggestions for possible future sessions, so please do not hesitate to email me if you have any ideas.

Lisa Soutar, Deputy Headteacher (Academic)