Support during COVID-19
We have created this new support page which contains various resources and support that is available to parents & carers during this time.
We know this is an unsettling time for you all. Click here to visit our Support Website which contains some useful resources and ideas for you to try. There are also links to places you can turn to if you are feeling overwhelmed or stressed and need someone to talk to.
If there is anything else that we could help with, please do contact the School Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or text our School Messaging service on 0203 389 9069.
- Please click here to have access to a list of websites with Home School learning resources for Parents & Carers.
- Twinkl – A fantastic educational resource with learning for all ages and all subjects. Setting this up is really easy to do – go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS
- How to look after your family’s health and emotional well-being during this time: Please click here.
- Phonics Play – Here you will find lots of information for parents about phonics including: what exactly phonics is, how it is taught in UK schools and suggestions for helping pre-schoolers prepare for learning phonics. You will also find lots of games and ideas to explore with children at home. Click here to a go straight to the website.
- Parent Online Safety Support – please click here for advice from Ealing Local Authority.
- Parent Handbook: Wellbeing & Support during COVID19 – please click here for advice from Ealing Mental Health Support Team.
- SIX TOP TIPS to keep primary kids safe online during school closure – please click here to read.
- Woodlands Academy COVID-19 Risk Assessment – please click here to read.
- www.glasspool.org.uk Glasspool Trust is a UK wide grants giving charity that provide one off grants to individuals.
- www.savethechildren.org.uk Save the Children run a grant programme called Eat, Sleep, Learn, Play! For low income families, this programme provides beds, white goods, toys and books to children who are disadvantaged and in need.
- www.familyfund.org.uk The Family Fund gives grants to families raising disabled and seriously ill children aged 17 and under.
- www.npower.com/healththroughwarmth Health through Warmth is an initiative set up by NPower to assist vulnerable people in England and Wales who have long term, cold related illnesses and need assistance to fund and install heating and insulation in their homes.
- www.edfenergytrust.org.uk The Trust helps families and individuals living in fuel poverty, or who are struggling to pay for their gas and/or electricity. They award grants to clear those debts. The Trust also offers help via Further Assistance Payments to clear other priority household debts or purchase essential household items.
- www.britishgasenergytrust.org.uk The British Gas Energy Trust has a particular focus on fuel poverty, helping those who are struggling to pay for their consumption of gas and electricity get back on their feet and remain debt free going forward. In exceptional cases the Trust can also help with other priority household costs and items.
- www.fhaonline.org.uk The Family Holiday Association provides holidays for parents and children who experience disadvantage as a result of poverty.
- www.actionforkids.org Action for Kids supports young people with physical and learning disabilities through the provision of mobility aids, employability training and family support.
- www.caudwellchildren.com Caudwell Children provide equipment, treatment, therapies and family support for disabled children and their families across the UK.
- www.family-action.org.uk Family Action have both welfare and education grant programmes to help address the needs of disadvantaged families and individuals that struggle to afford basic needs and to pursue educational and employment ambitions.
- www.roalddahl.com/charity/family-grants Marvellous Family Grants are for families facing financial hardship while caring for a seriously ill child.
A video to help support children who are returning to school: