Parents often ask us for advice about different issues and worries they may have concerning their daughter and adolescence.
Please find below some useful tips, which include copies of presentations used in workshops, help sheets that you can print off and links to useful websites. Godolphin run a series of Seminars and Workshops for parents, do keep an eye out for these events which will be promoted via the website and in The Blue Pinny.
Teenagers Translated – Teenagers Translated is a website offering help, support and advice about parenting and understanding teenagers. (Jayne Downshire, founder of Teenagers Translated spoke to Godolphin parents in 2016. )
Digital Awareness – Digital Awareness UK offers tips about what to do if your child feels they are being bullied and keeping them safe on line. (Charlotte Robertson spoke to pupils and parents of Godolphin in Autumn 2016.)
NSPCC – the UK’s leading children’s charity, preventing abuse and helping those affected to recover. This website provides useful tips for parents who are concerned their child is being bullied.
Youngminds – the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. Driven by their experiences they campaign, research and influence policy and practice.
Living together at Godolphin -Jan 2017 – This document highlights the Safeguarding Policy for pupils at Godolphin.
LawStuff is run by Coram Children’s Legal Centre, and provides free legal information to young people.
If you have any concerns about your daughter or you would like more advice, please do not hesitate to contact me, or alternatively, Sister Gill in the Health Centre.
Deputy Head Pastoral