Antenatal Parentcraft Classes
If you are having a baby and have no idea what to do when you get the baby home, then this is the antenatal course for you. Our practical crash course in having a baby helps you understand everything from nappies to neuroscience, with practical group classes that give you confidence and prepare you for the reality of becoming a parent! Everything you will wish you had known about having a baby in 8 hours of antenatal classes in your area, so you can meet others, get local support and learn practical babycare skills like swaddling, sleeping and crying, changing nappies, breastfeeding and bottlefeeding, washing as well as buggies, car seats, slings and more.
- Practical Exercises ………. to give you experience
- Experienced parent tips ………. to give you confidence
- Signposting guides ………. so you know what’s normal
- Shopping guides ………. to save you money
- Local information ………. to help you find your way
Practical tips for you
Parentskool has tonnes of information to give you! This month our favourite link is PANDAS the leading UK charity in supporting families suffering from pre and postnatal illnesses.
…and here is why. Breastfeeding is well known to be one of the most important things you can do for your baby’s health. Exclusive breastfeeding (giving your baby breast milk only) is recommended for around the first six months (26 […]
Tuesday, February 24th, 2015
What People Say
This course was excellent. I recommend it to anyone having their first baby. I learnt so much from the course, real practical information like feeding your baby and sleep, it covers safety issues which is very important. There is a […]
Jenny, May 2014
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A big part of our courses are about being social and engaging with you, your future child and also people you meet on the course. Please join us on facebook where you can ask anything you want and we will always try to help (there are NO stupid questions on our page) and follow us on Twitter.
@parentskooluk 4 hours ago Tip of Day... Expressed breast milk should be kept at the back of the fridge NOT THE DOOR to ensure it is kept under 4C.