Support For Families
This page will be updated with safeguarding advice, news and support from external agencies.
If you have any serious safeguarding concerns during the school closure please call 07880042616.
For any other general enquiries please call 07469413322.
Food Package Helpline: 0117 325 0450
- Delivery people
- phone line managers
- qualified cooks
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
These websites may also provide you with some support during this difficult time:
Guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
This is really useful and will help us all mange how to keep our children safe but also be productive while online
Below are some local organisations that may be able to provide some help during this difficult time. Please spread the word
"Mama's: Community Aid (BRISTOL HQ)"
"Mama's: Swaps&Freebies (BRISTOL HQ)" (for baby supplies)
"BS5 Community Care (Covid-19 Mutual Aid)" (support and help with anything and everything from neighbours volunteering in the BS5 area)
Barton Hill - Wellspring Settlement (have been collecting baby supplies) - 43 Dulcie Rd, Barton Hill, BS5 0AX - 0117 9556971
National Food Service - Food Package Helpline - 0117 325 0450 (will deliver free meals) - picture of flyer attached
We Are Bristol - Coronavirus Hotline - Covers a wide range of needs from obtaining food supplies, other essential items and medication, can also help arrange follow up support with other organisations - 0800 694 0184
The Plough [pub in Easton] are doing free food for those who need it:
"Please share with anyone that might need it. we are making community food boxes and frozen meals for those that need it, please email us at email@example.com if you need fresh fruit n veg. (we'll keep you're details safe) we wont take payment. just remember that when this is over - make a donation to www.keepournhspublic.com "
How to Help Children Through the Covid-19 Crisis
Online Hooping Course
Dragonbirdfly theatre group have also been supporting parents and children, here is a link to their facebook page and information about how they are supporting you all:
We are releasing daily videos in our Facebook group for parents to provide links between the 5 'Ways to Wellbeing' adopted by the NHS and the curriculum.
We're also providing advice for parents who children have ASD/ADHD and 'Top Tips' for those whose children are difficult to keep motivated and focused!
The main ethos of the group is to foster a mentoring community, where friends or other members of the school community known to the parents video call with their child each day to check in with how things are going. To guide the mentors, we suggest coaching questions and encourage them to talk about our 'daily challenge' with their mentees.https://www.facebook.com/groups/dragonflyontrack/