Useful websites and links
Please find below a list of documents and websites which you may find useful.
Child Internet Safety
Very helpful website for parents and carers with advice, short films and downloadable guides on the following aspects of child internet safety:
- keeping children safe from sexual abuse
- challenging harmful sexual attitudes
- helping a child with autism negotiate life online
- online issues such as sending selfies
- how to report online abuse and exploitation to CEOP (the child exploitation and online protection centre).
Community Advice Network
This new local advice website is owned by the Community Advice Network, the partnership of local advice charities (previously known as ANTP). All our advice services are free, independent, confidential, impartial and have the national Advice Quality Standard. We can help people with benefits, tax credits, debt, housing, employment, immigration, consumer and related problems.
Founded in 2000 Netmums is the UK's fastest-growing online parenting organisation with over 1.2 million members and 5 million visits. Netmums is a family of local sites that cover the UK, each site offering information to mothers on everything from where to find playgroups and how to eat healthily to where to meet other mothers. The local sites are backed by a wealth of parenting articles that start with pregnancy and follow through each stage of childhood helping mums to enjoy a happy and healthy family life.
Developed and created by Joanne McNulty. Joanne has an M.S. in Counseling and Guidance with expertise in child and family therapy. She and her husband are currently raising two boys ages 12 and 16. For Joanne, Free Printable Behavior Charts is a bit of work, a bit of fun, and hopefully a helpful resource to other parents. This website is developed with the unique blend of Joanne's expertise in family and child counseling along with many years of experience raising kids!
Back to school magazine
The essential must read for parents/carers of children at primary school.
Term Times for Parents/Carers
Term Times for Parents and Carers celebrates good news, success and achievements from schools across the Bradford district and provides links to useful information. It is published three times a year and you can find it on Bradford Council's website.
Bradford Parks Service
The Bradford District has thirty six public parks, over one hundred recreation grounds, more than one hundred and forty play areas and large areas of woodlands, managed by the Council's Sport and Leisure Service. Visit this website to find out about any forthcoming events.