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7 September 2016
With concerns about home-grown terrorism, or young people going off to fight, it is not surprising that a growing number of families may be worried th...
16 August 2016
Sexting, nude selfies, trading pics: there are lots of ways to describe sharing naked or sexual images, but when it comes to talking to children about...
11 April 2016
Bullying at school is every parent’s worst nightmare. Sending your child off to school every day knowing they’ll be feeling alone, targete...
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28 January 2016
Parents want to ensure their children get the very best care and attention at school, but for parents of children with Type 1 diabetes, this is especi...
15 January 2016
In early 2016, Prime Minister David Cameron announced proposals that parents should be encouraged to sign up for state-backed parenting classes to lea...
18 December 2015
“I have my logical family and my biological family. They are very different.” We often think of families as being typified by uncondition...
9 December 2015
Of all the worries that a parent may have, being concerned that your son or daughter may have an eating disorder is probably one of the most difficult...
13 November 2015
Bullying UK recently attended the UCL Institute of Education’s seminar: Bullying Experience and Effects: UK Evidence. The seminar formed pa...
24 February 2015
Sarah Evans, Creative Director of Art with Heart and writer of award winning, nationally touring play Secret Diaries, talks to Bul...
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19 January 2015
As with most people the arrival of the “new year” brings in a time of deep reflection and self analysis.  This is the perfect time to...
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