Developing Every Child's Potential
Nurturing Childhoods gives you the knowledge, understanding and support to develop every child's potential from birth through to the teenage years.
Children are born every day, making new parents the world over.
However, they come with no personalised guidebook, and rarely do as expected, or as others insist that they should.
Despite this, the experiences you give them and the decisions you make have a lifetime of impact.
Our online courses help you to know and understand your child, while supporting you to parent with confidence and consistency.
We can offer continual professional development (CPD) for your setting and the Nurturing Childhood Accreditation that Creates, Develops and Embeds Nurturing Childhoods in all your environments.
Nurturing Childhoods offers you the support you need to ensure all children experience a consistent, nurtured childhood in ways that will have repercussions for generations to come.
One to one support for families.
By focusing on the holistic needs of your child, rather than a specific discipline, Nurturing Childhoods supports you with all your child’s development, learning and behaviour needs.
Advice, support and workshops through all phases of education.
With particular expertise in children’s engagement in learning, Nurturing Childhoods works internationally with settings, schools, colleges and universities.
Lecturing, training, presenting and research on a global stage.
With international recognition for research and publication, enquire now for your consultancy, conferencing, keynotes and research needs.
Learn more about Dr Kathryn Peckham
Nurturing Childhoods is informed through current research and years of experience.
The aim of my work is to support parents and settings all over the world to care for children with confidence and consistency. Nurturing Childhoods delivers support through online courses steeped in expert knowledge and experience.
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