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Popcorn ready? Settle down to watch our Forest School film
Ever get the feeling your toddler likes to be in control?
Get Going this summer with Change4Life
Advising teenage parents?
Surrey FIS

Contact details for Surrey Family Information Service (FIS)

w.  www.surreycc.gov.uk/fis

e. surrey.fis@surreycc.gov.uk

t. 0300 200 1004


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Popcorn ready? Settle down to watch our Forest School film
 
You won't actually have much time to munch on popcorn as our Introduction to Forest School clip is only 4 minutes and 10 seconds long. Just enough time to give you an insight into what Forest School is like. If you want to see the full Forest School film you can click on the links to the other four clips which make up the film. Let us know what you think and if you want to nominate it for an Oscar we won't stop you!
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Ever get the feeling your toddler likes to be in control?
 

Toddlers sometimes like to have control and teaching them listening skills and how to take turns, can help them to manage this. To help with this, why not give August's Why not try this at home..? activity sheet a go? The activities will help your toddler to learn these skills, plus they'll be developing their language and communication skills too! The activity is all about being a marching soldier and has musical games and a cut out and keep solider. Plus there are three other tips you can use with your child.

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Get Going this summer with Change4Life
 

This summer, take part in the Change4Life Get Going campaign which has loads of free and fun ways to keep everyone active, happy and healthy. You'll even be able to get a personalised activity plan for your child and yourself!

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Advising teenage parents?
 

If you're a practitioner working with parents under 18, trying to advise them on issues such as childcare, housing and benefits can be complex as what they are able to access will vary depending on their circumstances. The organisation Gingerbread offers expert advice on all of these issues and are taking questions for their online advice session on the 27 August. If you want to ask a question just click here.

If you are not a practitioner and need advice on any of the issues above, then please call the Single Parent Helpline on 0808 802 0925 to speak to one of their advisors.

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