Parents and Child

Parents

At Family Pathway, we provide professional, evidence based, friendly and supportive coaching for parents and young people, so that your child and family can thrive. We walk alongside parents to enable you to support your child by moving them towards becoming motivated, engaged and confident as a learner.

Whole Family Transformation

Our Parent Coaching programme is an evidence-tested approach to help prepare parents for the challenges alongside the joys of parenthood. Our approach is based on developing relationship satisfaction within the home as well as with their child's school. At times parents can feel that they are stuck overwhelmed and struggle to juggle family responsibilities as well as accessing meaningful support.  We coach parents to develop the skills and confidence in overcoming a wide range of challenges, some of which are listed below.

Additional Needs

We provide specialist Parent Coaching for families who need guidance and support for their child that has additional learning needs, ALN in Wales, and SEND in England. We empower parents to problem solve challenges, anticipate needs by providing tools and guidance for parents to develop awareness, connection and to be equal partners with schools and services when planning for their child - click

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Some of the challenges that you may be experiencing:
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At Home
At Home
  • "My child is struggling to manage homework independently".

  • "My child spends a long time revising for tests but is not making progress". 

  • "I feel helpless as a parent".

  • "My child is not coping very well and I don’t know where to turn for help

  • "My child is falling through the cracks and is not getting their needs met".

  • "My child wants to do well, has great intentions but lacks the skills to do so".

  • "My child is bored and has lost all sense of motivation  to learn".

  • "My child has no goals or motivation".

  • "My child is addicted to technology and this impacts on family wellbeing and other relationships.

  • "My child is having drastic changes in their behaviour and personality and at times acts out of control. My child is causing arguments and fights.

  • "My child struggles to keep their worry levels under control which results in poor sleeping patterns".

  • "My child deliberately harms their body, such as cutting or burning themselves".

  • "My child gets teased at school". 

At School
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At School
At School
  • "I have a strained and difficult relationships with my child’s school".

  • "My child will not do any homework and is in constant conflict with teachers".

  • "I can’t seem to get the school to acknowledge my child’s learning needs".

  • "I always support my child's school but they are increasingly getting very frustrated with my child".

  • "I have requested that the school involves the SENDCo/ALENCo, but I have been told by the Head of Year that this is not required, it's my child's behaviour that is the problem".

  • "My child is struggling with behaviour at school".

  • "The school is not responding to my concerns".

  • "My child is often described at school as being lazy, attention seeking and rude".

  • "My child has been excluded from school".

  • "My child get's sent home from school regularly".

  • "My child is anxious about going to school".

  • "My child gets bullied".

  • "I'm scared of raising concerns with the school - will they pick on my child?"

  • "I don’t have the confidence to approach school and talk to my child’s teachers".

  • "My child does not have a diagnosis, but has challenges presented in ADHD, ASD, Dyslexia, processing issues and other diagnosis".

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