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  1. Postnatal support

    Postnatal Depression is what happens when you become depressed after having a baby.  Sometimes, there may be an obvious reason, often there is none. It can be particularly distressing when you have so looked forward to having your baby through the months of pregnancy. You…
  2. Registered tutors

    Parents and carers may employ a tutor for their child or children for a variety of reasons: to help with their school work; to improve their grades; to learn a musical instrument; other extracurricular activity (e.g. sports coaching and drama); accompaniment on musical instruments. You…
  3. Legal advice

    On this page you will find some useful information on Legal advice, including details of services available, related guidance pages and quick links to helpful websites.
  4. Searching for a tutor

    Parents and carers may employ a tutor for their child or children for a variety of reasons: to help with their school work; to improve their grades; to learn a musical instrument; other extracurricular activity (e.g. sports coaching and drama); accompaniment on musical instruments. You…
  5. Private education

    On this page you will find some useful information on private education, including details of services available, related guidance pages and quick links to helpful websites.
  6. Community centres

    On this page you will find some useful information on community centres, including details of services available, related guidance pages and quick links to helpful websites.
  7. Help towards childcare costs

    There are many different schemes and grants available to parents for help towards childcare costs. Help is available for Free Childcare and Education, Working Parents and Students Parents.
  8. Active lifestyles

    You don't have to be a sporty type to be active. Going for a walk, doing the housework or carrying the shopping are all effective. Just putting a bit more effort into physical tasks and relying less on labour saving devices is an excellent start.…
  9. Crime, the law and victims of crime

    If you have directly or indirectly been a victim of crime there are many ways which this may affect you.  For some people certain emotions such as anger or fear are common, with others they may not feel this way, or may not feel anything…
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