- Remote Learning Offer 2021
- Covid-19 letter to parents 21 11 2020.
- Broadmere & New Monument Remote learning contingency plan- Jan21.
- Surrey Police letter for Parents
- Accessing a test for COVID -19
- Covid-19 Face Coverings
- Has your child got a cold.
- MAP for pick up and drop off During COVID-19 Restrictions.
- What parents and carers need to know - return to school - Covid-19
- Surrey County Council Advice
- Advice for parents if their child is unwell
- What parents and carers need to know regarding wearing a face covering.
- Face coverings and exemptions.
Useful links that provide further support:
Childline: help, support and advice on the telephone (0800 1111) or via the Internet www.childline.org.uk
Kooth: counselling service where any child can log on via the Internet to speak to a trained counsellor until 10pm. https://www.kooth.com/
Surrey Children's Services: 01483 517898 (Emergency duty team)
Police: 101 https://www.surrey.police.uk/ https://www.met.police.uk/
In a mental health emergency please don’t forget that you can call one of the following services:
Samaritans (116 123)
Papyrus (08000684141) the UK charity for the prevention of young suicide.
During these times, there may be a rise in people using social media inappropriately. If you or your children, see or experience online bullying or inappropriate content, you should report this directly to the social media platform or to the Police via 101. CEOP https://www.ceop.police.uk/safetycentre/ can also be used to report incidents of online abuse and crimes.
Here are some other useful links that provide further support with on-line safety:
Parentzone: www.parentzone.org.uk has lots of useful resources
Netaware: https://www.net-aware.org.uk parents can type the name of an app like TikTok and get all the info they need on age restriction and other issues to be aware of.
National Online Safety: https://nationalonlinesafety.com/guides
Interactive Guidance for setting up parental controls & guidance on popular apps: https://parenthub.thekeysupport.com?uuid=65a36fe8-681b-4f39-b2bb-b35ed3afed1b
Support for people suffering from Domestic Abuse
What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, school and colleges during the Covid - 19 Outbreak.
- Covid - 19 Information
- Guidance for parents _ Polish.
- Guidance for parents_ Romany.
- Guidance for parents_ Bengali.
- Guidance for parents_ Turkish.
- Guidance for parents_chinese.
- Guidance for parents_French.
- Guidance for parents_Gujarati.
- Guidance for parents_Polish.
- Guidance for parents_Punjabi.
- Guidance for parents_Somali.
- Guidance for parents_Arabic.
Family Learning can support parents struggling with homeschooling, right now
Please help us by inviting parents, carers and even grandparents to free courses and workshops running after half term. Family Learning’s usual partnership working, particularly with schools, has been seriously affected by COVID-19 and right now it’s a challenge to engage with families in need.
The programme starts from 24 February, offering a range of topics running up to 17 March.
Family Learning’s primary objectives are to increase the skills of the parent and increase the ability of the parent to support their children.
The Family Learning programme is free and provides support with parenting, wellbeing, phonics, English for EAL families, maths, science, behaviour and healthy eating.
Qualified tutors work with parents, adapt their courses to meet needs, provide support and signpost to further support or learning.
Wellbeing information for families has also been developed alongside a successful online course offer, which is helpful for so many Surrey families during these challenging times.
Please share the information below and / or share the Surrey Adult Learning offers FREE workshops flyer
Parents/carers can enrol on up to three FREE courses this half term by visiting www.surreycc.gov.uk/familylearning or calling 0300 200 1044.
Here’s what one parent said about an ‘Exploring Behaviour Strategies’ course:
“What a lovely course…. really constructive with lots of practical tips to go away and work on. I felt much more in control as a parent after last week’s class alone! Thank you for being so open and inclusive, and providing a safe environment for us parents to share experiences.”
For further information, email firstname.lastname@example.org