Winter is coming to an end and we start to enjoy the increased warmth of spring. Far and wide, a spread of yellow daffodils and birds singing in preparation for those long warmer evenings. Time to get out in Wales, whether walking, running or...watching the 6 nations. St David's Day
It’s normal for children to go through tricky periods and to display signs of unwanted behaviours, so it’s important for parents and other carers to feel that they are not alone and know where to find support when they need it.
Through the ‘Parenting. Give it time’ website, you can find a range of hints and tips which support parents, and those who care for children, through the early years. There’s advice on tantrums, bed time routines, potty training, mealtimes and everything in between!
We have developed a number of helpful and fun resources including a ‘Scavenger hunt’ to play at the park, a game of ‘What can I see?’ for car journeys and a ‘Placemat’ to colour and personalise. The resources are all free to download Positive Parenting
The International Children’s Peace Prize is awarded annually to a child that fights bravely for the rights of children anywhere around the world.
If you know a child who has a remarkable story to tell and is committed to the realisation of children’s rights, then nominate him or her for the International Children’s Peace Prize. Submit your nomination before March 17th!
For more information about the prize and nomination criteria, please visit our website and like our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us. We will be glad to assist you in any way we can.
The Children’s Commissioner for Wales has created an intergenerational resource with the Older People’s Commissioner that aims to encourage schools and groups of older people to establish Intergenerational groups. Intergenerational resource