Webster-Stratton Whole Family Parenting Programme "Dino School"


We provide Whole-Family Parenting Programmes with long-lasting results. We are an independent local charity which runs the only ‘Whole Family’ Parenting Programme in Oxfordshire.  Children and their parents/carers attend parallel workshops to work on strategies that really do make a difference. We work together on subjects such as Positive Play/ Effective Praise/ Rewards that work/How to Manage those strong feelings and emotions and Formulating individual Family Rules. 

We run our programmes in Schools and Community Settings. From the feedback we have collected from Schools/Parents/Carers and children, the results are extremely positive. These include many constructive changes in behavious including: A deeper understanding of their feelings and how to manage them, being able to communicate more effectively, being able to identify their own problems and find solutions which all adds to an increase in self-esteem which in turn leads to a happier child with better results in school.   Would you like to know more?

Who to contact

Contact Name
Paula Evans
Contact Position
Coordinator of programme
07709 666564 07709 666564
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Where to go

9, Shepherd Gardens
OX14 5PR
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Referral required
Referral Details

Do you believe that joining our course would help you and your family make the changes you all need to need to make?  If the answer is yes, then please call me by phone or email below.

Talk to your school or setting about asking us to come and work alongside them to deliver a ten week Whole Family Parenting Programme"Dino School".  

Please contact Paula Evans, Dinosaur School Co-ordinator, to discuss a referral.


Additional Information

Providing services to
Young people


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