News and updates

See below for the latest news and updates from Supportive Parents. You can find all our periodically published newsletters here.


Free 11th July Event: Understanding & Managing Challenging Behaviour



Supportive Parents, in partnership with Bridging The Gap Together, invite you to a FREE event on Understanding & Managing Challenging Behaviour, Presented by Children and Young People’s Therapist Graham Valentine, from BIBIC.   

Date: Tuesday 11th July
Time: 7.00 - 9.00pm
Venue: Castlewood, Tickenham Road, Clevedon BS21 6FW 

 BIBIC are a national charity who work with children and young people with neurological and genetic conditions that cause developmental difficulties and affect their social, physical, communication and learning abilities. Graham Valentine has worked for more than 20 years with children and adults with a wide range of difficulties. Graham will share his experiences with parent carers and provide useful strategies to help support children with SEN and behavioural difficulties. We are fortunate to have 50 FREE spaces available to offer at this event. Booking deadline is 30th June.  Click HERE for more info and to book a place.


New Supportive Parents Leaflet

We have revised and updated our tri-fold information leaflet, which tells you about our service.  This now inlcudes information about our SP16-25 service.  We're sure you'll agree the new design is much more eye-catching! Download it here.


South Gloucestershire have been issued an Improvement Notice

South Gloucestershire Council has been issued an Improvement Notice following the judgement that children’s services are inadequate, as identified in the Ofsted inspection report published on 13 February 2017.

To read the report click here.  


Service user feedback on IASS - a good news story!

The Phase 2 report is here. Thanks are due to the 20 services that contributed data over the two phases and has enabled the collation of   feedback from over 900 service users over a 6 month period. Once again the results show how highly service users rate their IASS, with more than 95% saying that they would positively recommend their service to others. It is also notable that more than 95% of service users report that they feel their IASS is neutral, fair and unbiased. More information is included in the report, which has already been shared with the DfE. We recommend that every IASS reads it!


Parent Course Starting Feb 2017!


This course is now FULLY BOOKED, but we are running a small waiting list.  See the link below for availability.  The course runs on 4 consecutive Tuesdays, 10am - 12.00, in central Bristol (Royal Oak House BS1 4GB), the course starts on February 21st and is facilitated by experts in SEND.  For parents or carers of a child or teenager with SEND (living in Bristol, South Glos or North Somerset), you'll increase your knowledge of SEND and the law, know where to go for more information and meet other parents.  Click the image for further details.  To book a place go to:






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