Support for parents

If you have a question that your child’s teacher can help with, please ask them first. If you prefer to talk direct to the head teacher, please ring the school office to find a convenient time.

Learning Resources
All of our learning resources, including links to the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and online activities are in the Curriculum and Learning Resources page.

Family Information Service
The Family Information Service holds accurate and up to date information about all Ofsted-registered childcare (including childminders, nurseries, pre-schools, out-of-school clubs and holiday playschemes). They also have information about Leisure Activities for all age groups, Working with Children and Family Support.

If you require any help or further information, please contact 0800 073 1214

See Family Information on the B&NES web site.


B&NES – Children Young People and Families
B&NES offer some very useful information with regard to children, young people and families, if you would like information or support on the following topics, please click here.
Adoption & Fostering
Advice & Information for Young People – B Active
Child Protection
Childcare, Early Years & Play
Children & Young People’s Specialist Service
Children in Care
Children’s Centres
Children’s Workforce Training
Families with Disabled Children
Strategies, Policies & Planning
Transition into Adulthood


E-Safety Information
Do you understand what your child is doing on the Internet? Learning more can help them stay safe… click here to find out more information and links to useful websites.

Here is a copy of our e-Safety Policy.

Click here to read a copy of ‘How Safe Are You Online?’

The NSPCC has recently launched some new resources regarding keeping children safe on the internet. There is a link to a guide to social networks and some tips for talking to your children about appropriate use of these, which you may find useful on the NSPCC website.