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Please see useful fact sheet below, for any support please contact me, Helen Burrows, PSA, Pomphlett Primary School

Dear Parents/ Carers

Please see below links for support. Please feel that you can also email myself or the school if you need support.

Helen x

 

[www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk]www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk ( Domestic Abuse Helpline)

 

http://www.womensaid.org.uk/

 

A website to support parental conflict (no risk of DA) which can be shared is:  https://www.relate.org.uk/relationship-help/covid-19-advice-and-information

 

Referrals for Happy Futures Happy Families for parental conflict are still being taken

The evidence based programmes are being offered digitally

Signatures are not required, just verbal consent with overview of participation shared with the family. Please put Covid-19 in the signature section.

 

Happy Families, Happy Futures offers free evidence based programmes to support parents, carers and those with a parenting role to improve communication, and build on their strengths whether together, separated, step parents, foster parents, adoptive parents.

 

There is an online referral process (can also be self-referrals).

These interventions are not for Domestic Abuse

 

http://www.dorsetnexus.org.uk/Page/13594

Please find activities attached from the 100 years since the great war. Lots for children to do!

Parent Support Advisor  - Mrs Helen Burrows

 

Dear Parents/ Carers and families

 

As your school Parent Support Advisor my role is to support our families, find information for you and generally be a listening ear. Due to our difficult situation, isolation and home schooling etc at the moment I will be regularly adding links onto this page. These will be for guidance and support and also some fun pages for the children to keep you all sane! Please see below this week's list so far. If you would like to contact me please email helen.burrows@pomphlett.plymouth.sch.uk 

 

Agency contacts- Please note: these will be closed but you can contact via telephone.

PIAS (Plymouth Information and support for SEND) contact: 01752/258933

CAMHS( Child and adolescant mental health services) contact: 0175/2434543

PDAS(Plymouth Domestic Abuse Service) contact: 0800 458 2558 or for the refuge: 01752/562286

Gateway/ Children's services Plymouth/plymouthonlinedirectory.com ( help and advice relating to a child up to the age of 18yrs or 25yrs for SEND.

 

Website links

www.careforthefamily.org.uk advice on parenting

youngminds.org.uk advice on children's mental health, emotional well being or behaviour.

 

Family activities

www.freeprintablebehaviourcharts.com I find this a really good site to encourage tasks for children, behaviour support, challenge tokens etc.

www.dltk-kids.com This is my favourite site for art, games, worksheets and activities.

bbcgoodfood.com Has really good budget recipes and easy baking for children.

freehomeschooldeals.com has a 30 day lego challenge which looks fun!

 

All the above links, websites and agency contacts are there as a general support. Please check them out thoroughly before you let your children access them.

 

I do hope to be regularly adding to this page but please feel free to contact me on the email above.

Best wishes, Helen Burrows xxx

 

 

 

The School maintains good links with its community and involves itself with going out into the community and in bringing the community in whenever possible.


The schools within the Plymstock area maintain strong co-operative links and we work particularly closely with both of the secondary schools in the local area (Plymstock School and Coombe Dean School) who provide our children with with activities and learning opportunities in PE and Sport, Maths and ICT.
 

All members of the teaching staff regularly meet teachers from the other Primary, and Secondary Schools in subject working groups, and a number of staff training days for all teachers have taken place. Plymouth Local Authority also support the School in many positive ways, and continue to provide quality service through a number of agencies.

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