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Holy Family Catholic Primary School

Parents

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We hope you will find the information on this page helpful.  If you are a parent at school please remember that Class DoJo often has lots of useful information specific to your child's class or on the whole school story.

If you are interested in volunteering at Holy Family or if you want to find out what support we can offer, we hope the links and documents below will help.  If not, please email admin@holyfamilyprimary.co.uk and we will forward to our Parent Support Workers.  

Parenting is not an easy job and at times things can get tough. It can be great and rewarding one day and challenging and helpless the next but we are here to help you! Don’t feel alone or isolated, come and have a chat.

Mrs Cross and Mrs Daniels are in school Monday to Wednesday and we are very fortunate to have Mrs Marples available on the end of telephone every day - please contact us. 

If you are interested in volunteering at Holy Family Primary School, please let us know. Our parent helpers are invaluable: whether it's hearing children read; preparing resources or displays; supporting teachers during forest school sessions; assisting on class trips; or sharing skills (such as cookery, art or gardening). Any time you can spare will be valued. Get in touch today.

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Being a parent or carer is a tough job and can sometimes feel like a rollercoaster ride. Our parents tell us that family life can sometimes be challenging.

We strive to support children and families who may need a bit of extra support and guidance. Working in partnership with you we aim to develop children’s wellbeing, whether helping with friendships, transition, bereavement, family break up, anxiety or anything else that may be causing a barrier to their learning or wellbeing.

As a school we work with many outside agencies so we can sign post you in the right direction for more help and advice.  Please ring or email school.

Please see the additional links we have added for information on a range of issues.

Learning                 

Relationships                                                            

Dyslexia

CAFCASS                                         

Dyspraxia

 CORAM

Autism

Southern Brooks

Bradley Stoke Library

Home-Start

Supportive Parents

Fostering and Adoption

Southern Brooks

Safe Space

KIDS – Independent Support Services on Education Health and Care Plans

 Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service

MENCAP

Family & Young People Support 01454 866000

Emotional Wellbeing

Health

Mental health

Nits

Anti-Bullying Alliance

Threadworms

Grief and Bereavement

Scarlet Fever

Muslim Youth Helpline

Education & Resources for Improving Childhood Continence

Play Therapy

Change 4 life

Stand Against Racism & Inequality

Neurological conditions

Anxiety

Sleep Council

CAMHS

Rethinking Eating and Activity for Childhood Health

Victim Support

 

Survive  (Domestic violence and Abuse)