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Teenagers and Drugs – Part 1

We speak to Fiona Spargo-Mabbs, drugs educator and founder of the Daniel Spargo-Mabbs foundation, to get a better understanding of teens and substance abuse.

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Talking Teenagers – Parenting Tips

Alicia shares some of her parenting gems with James Shone and James Sertin from Talking Teenagers, to help promote strong self-esteem and emotional resilience.

Mental Health Podcast

Alicia has recorded a special podcast explaining mental health and mental illness, how to spot the signs of mental distress and what to do to help. She’s also published it as a blog post here on our Resources page – do have a read.

Teenagers and Drugs – Part 2

In the second part of our podcast on drugs, Fiona Spargo-Mabbs, founder of the Daniel Spargo-Mabbs Foundation, shares advice on how to talk to young people about drugs and suggests how to reduce the potential harm caused by substance abuse.

Gambling And What Every Parent Should Know – Part 1

In this the first of our two part Gambling podcast, Alicia Drummond talks to former Northampton cricketer and recovering gambling addict, Patrick Foster, who is helping and educating young people on gambling.

Gambling And What Every Parent Should Know – Part 2

In the second part of our Gambling podcast, Patrick Foster shares advice on what to look out for and how to help children be aware of the dangers and make informed choices for themselves.

Choosing Senior Schools

Choosing the right senior school for your child can be stressful, so we glean guidance and advice from education consultant and inspector for the Tatler Schools Guide, Arabella Davis.