Supporting your child at home / Website Links

Safeguarding and Online Safety

NSPCC (Help and Advice tab)
www.parentinfo.org
Parent Information Leaflet
*Click here for further tips to use to talk about e-safety with your child. These reinforce the message that we teach in school. Top Tips
Thinkuknow (Think safe, keep safe online. Guide to internet safety for parents)
National Online Safety - 7 Questions to use with your child
Prevent Awareness Pamphlet for Parents
Your Child's Online World Booklet O2 and NSPCC
Share Aware Booklet
Social Media Guidance for Parents
O2 and NSPCC Helpline Poster
Social Media Age Restrictions Guide for Parents
CEOP Online Reporting
Please see our 'Policies' page for further information.
ESafety Policy
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy 2018-19

Mental Health and Wellbeing

There are many online websites which offer free vital support and advice for parents regarding their children's emotional wellbeing and mental health. We recommend the websites below. Click the links to access the websites.

Are you a parent or carer who is concerned about your child? Or perhaps you just want some hints and tips on parenting? MindEd for Families has online advice and information from trusted sources and will help you to understand and identify early issues and best support your child. Please click for more information. MindEd

YoungMinds.org.uk is the UK's leading charity championing the wellbeing and mental health of young people. They offer a parents helpline as well as online advice. Click for more information. Young Minds

Looking after a child or young person who has emotional or mental health problems can be very hard and it can be difficult to know where to turn for help.
The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust, we have created a leaflet that offers guidance on how best to support a child and where to find further advice and help with their mental health. Parent's Leaflet

Curriculum

Oxford Owl (Tablet friendly eBooks for home reading)
Oxford Owl

Maths at Home
BBC Bitesize Maths KS1

Primary National Curriculum