Wow! This couple certainly have their hands full!!

Antenatal Classes & Pregnancy Advice

In our practical antenatal courses you can change a nappy, hold a newborn, top and tail an infant and understand the importance of bonding. You will learn everything you want to know from buggies to car seats, from breastfeeding to bottlefeeding and lots more too! You will feel more confident and prepared for the arrival of your baby after this course – we guarantee it. If you want to feel relaxed, and make some friends along the way then come on to our crash course in having a baby!

  • 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.

For more useful links see our practical tips and links pages.


Antenatal education – the answer to all our problems?

The Department of Work and Pensions today announced they will be running a pilot to provide relationship advice as part of antenatal education to cut the cost of family breakdowns (estimated to be £46 million). Research from the Department of Health shows how […]
Friday, October 3rd, 2014

What People Say

As first time parents we had very little experience with newborn babies and although weren’t completely lacking in confidence we felt we’d benefit from some coaching.  Useful props are on hand during the class to help you learn how to […]

Dan, April 2013

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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.


Parentskool sheep


@parentskooluk 4 hours ago  Wow! This couple certainly have their hands full!!

@parentskooluk 10 hours ago  Tip of the Day..... Using a dummy as a crutch will mean, at some point you need to take it away again. This can prove difficult!

@parentskooluk 14 hours ago  RT @KeithMullin: #NHS is brilliant, cannot praise them enough, how MPs can give themselves an 11% payrise while refusing to give nurses 1%,…

@parentskooluk 15 hours ago  Who even thought of putting their baby in a pumpkin anyway?

@parentskooluk 20 hours ago  What are the odds?!?

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