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Parenting Programmes in Islington

Islington offers a range of parenting programmes and courses for parents to be and parents and carers with children aged 0 to 19 who either live in Islington or have children attending Islington schools.

Download a full timetable of parenting programmes.

Online Solihull courses for parents and carers

The online courses for parents and carers are  based on the Solihull Approach to parenting which promotes emotional health and well-being by supporting relationships. Four courses are on offer and can be completed at your own pace and time, enabling dads, mums, dads and mums-to-be and carers to get advice and information to support them in their parenting roles from pre-birth to 18 years.  Sign up and enter the access code ‘Bright Start’ to get started. Offer valid until 20th October 2020!

Islington has a co-ordinated approach to the delivery of parenting programmes. This involves:

  • commissioning and evaluating programmes
  • providing information and advice
  • co-ordinating training of facilitators
  • making sure programmes are of high quality and appropriate to parents needs

Who to contact



The Annexe, The Laycock Centre
Laycock Street
N1 1TH

Time / date Details

Opening times/date
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

Other Details

Cost Details
Who is this service for?
For parents and carers and all agencies and practitioners within Islington.
Can I refer myself?
How to refer or apply

Please see parenting programme timetable. For the enhanced Strengthening Families courses, please contact Families First on 020 7527 4343. Parents and practitioners can also contact the Family Information Service on 020 7527 5959 to find out more about the range of parenting courses on offer. 

Local Offer

How will you support my child?

Refer to the guide to programmes for information on SEND specific courses such as the Early Bird programme for parents of children under 5 years who are newly diagnosed with ASC and Parenting a child with ADHD - specially designed for parents of children aged 5 - 13 years who have a confirmed diagnosis of ADHD/ADD.

Record updated: 21/10/2019