Triple P - The Positive Parenting Program

The Positive Parenting Program is a helpful, practical approach to raising children that focuses on the positive. Triple P uses strong, nurturing relationships, good communication and positive attention to help children develop. It helps create a family setting that is loving, supportive and predictable.

The program uses easy-to-follow suggestions for small changes that make big differences to parents, children and families. It is proven to be very successful in developing good attitudes and behaviour.

 

At the top of this page is a link to several useful tip sheets to help develop positive parenting. 

Below are courses beginning in 2018

 

Introduction workshop for all parents who would like to go on a Triple P course

  • Tuesday 20 March

This event will run from 12 noon - 2pm and tickets are available through the evenbrite website

  • Wednesday 28 March

This event will run from 6.30pm - 8pm and tickets are available through the evenbrite website.

  • Tuesday 17 April

This event will run from 6.30pm - 8.30pm and tickets are available through the evenbrite website.

  • Monday 30 April

This event will run from 12 noon - 2pm and tickets are available through the evenbrite website.

Triple P parenting courses for parents of children under 8

Workshops for parents of children under eight

Helping your child to as they're asked: Managing your child's behaviour out and about
Where:
 Moulsecoomb Children's Centre
When: Tuesday 27 February, 10-12noon

Helping your child to as they're asked: dealing with disobedience
Where:
 Tarner Children's Centre
When: Saturday 3 March, 10-12.15pm

Helping your child do as they're asked: dealing with disobedience
Where:
 Moulsecoomb Children's Centre
When: Saturday 17 March, 10-12.15pm

Developing good bedtime routines and sleep habits
Where: 
Conway Court Children's Centre
When: Wednesday 18 April, 10-12.15pm

Helping your child to do as they're asked: dealing with disobedience
Where:
 Hollingdean Children's Centre
When: Wednesday 25 April, 12.15-2.30pm

Workshops for parents of tweens and teenagers

Tweens are young people between 8 and 13 years old.

Coping with emotions
Where:
 Tarner Children's Centre
When: Wednesday 7 February, 6.30-8.30pm

Contact us to book a place

 

If you'd like more information, you can contact the parenting team. Email triplep.parenting@brighton-hove.gov.uk or call 01273 294471.

To book your place on a course please tell us the following information:

  • Your name and address
  • Phone number
  • Children's dates of birth
  • If you are working with any other services (we will not contact services without your permission)

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Below are useful links from the Brighton and Hove Children and Education website:
 
 
Series of parenting videos from 0 Years to Teens.