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Support for Parents and Carers

Parenting can present many unexpected challenges and no one is on this journey alone. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with the school if there is anything you feel you need support or advice with and we will do our best to signpost you to sources of help and support.

Asking for help isn't always easy, and there is a wide range of online support also available. 

Through the Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust you can access a wide range of FREE online courses covering many topics including, but not limited to:

  • understanding your baby
  • understanding your child: from toddler to teenager
  • understanding your child with additional needs
  • understand your child's mental health and wellbeing
  • understanding your teenager's brain
  • understanding your feelings 
  • understanding your relationships

How to access free online parenting courses

1. Got to the course library on the in our place website

2. Enter the access code PARENT24

3. Fill in the form to create an account

4. Pick a course and start learning

You can also visit the Mental Health and Wellbeing resources on our own website for help on a range of topics.

If you're looking for support with online safety and understanding children's digital lives as they grow, the National College have a free online course for parents of 7-11 year olds which is easily accessible and split into short video chunks one step at a time. Our e-safety page also hs a wealth of support and advice.   

If you have a concern about the safety of yourself or a child, please visit our safeguarding page.

If you are looking for additional support that is not addressed on this page, or prefer to chat in person, please don't hesitate to speak to us in school. You can speak to your child's class teacher if appropriate, or reach out directly to a member of the team here.

Mrs Lucy Roberts - Headteacher
Mr Chris Fryer-Bovair - Deputy Headteacher
Mrs Nicky Oliver, Special Education Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator, Mental Health Lead
Mrs Tanya Luke, Inclusion worker
Mrs Sadie Norman, Inclusion worker 
Mr Stuart Wilkinson, Online Safety Lead