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Parents' and carers' page

Parents' and carers' page

Life can be tough and issues such as the cost of living crisis can make it seem really hard. It is important to remember that you are never alone and that help is always nearby. Whether you are struggling with parenting, budgeting or your mental health the links on this page will offer support to those of you who may be finding life difficult. Please remember that we are always here to support you and that if you need to chat about coping with the stress of day to day life or any other family issue you can call Aimee Gemmell who will be happy to help.
FareShare - if you would like to be on the FareShare list please let the office know. If you are ever struggling for food please let us know - we keep a stock of food and sanitary products in school to support families in an emergency.

Click on the parent portal to share your worries, thoughts, ideas or compliments with us.  If you need support whether with food bags, parenting support or you want to chat with the school nurse you can let us know via the portal.

Messages will be picked up by Aimee Gemmell.

Citizens advice
National Debtline

Budgeting and finances

The cost of living is going up and this can leave many families struggilng to make ends meet and potentially making choices between food and heating.  If you are in difficulty or have issues with debt the links below will be able to help.

Parenting support

Being a parent is the most rewarding job in the world but it is far from the easiest.  If you need support with behaviour management, setting routines or any other parenting issue click on the links below.  

Thrive Hull

Mental Health and Well-being

If you are struggling to cope there is a lot of help out there click on the images below for support.  Don't wait - the sooner you get support the sooner you will begin to feel better. 


If you or someone you know is in crisis click here for crisis support.

E Safety

Right now children are spending a lot more time than usual online, and it is more important than ever to ensure that they are surfing the internet safely.  Click on the images below for advice on keeping your child safe from grooming, radicalisation and cyber-bullying.


Looking for work

Below are links that will help you find a job or offer support if you are returning to work.


Useful websites


Click here for domestic abuse support.


Click here for more e-safety advice.


Click here for mindfulness for all the family. 


Click here for support with alcohol and drug use.

migrant help

Click here for support with immigration issues.


Click here to find out how to get support from your local foodbank.

Strength to change

Click here for support for men looking the strength and help to stop domestic violence.

Please remember that whatever the problem, big or small we are always here to help.  You can pop into the office or call Aimee Gemmell on 01482 351013.

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