Useful Links for Parents


Mental Health and Wellbeing

Promoting and supporting mental health and wellbeing in schools and colleges – GOV.UK (

Anxiety Booklet

Anne Freud National Centre for Children and Families Advice for Parents and Carers

Here’s some useful advice on managing anxiety for parents and carers


Digital safety during COVID-19 pdf

Questions for parents to ask to check safeguarding when using tutors or clubs

Personal Robbery Poster

Wakefield and District Safeguarding Children Board

Wakefield’s Young People Safeguarding Charter



Ofsted Parent View



Thinkuknow are creating age differentiated (4 years – 14+), short activities for parents to complete with their children on a fortnightly basis. Click here to access the home activity packs.

Apple security settings

1Android security settings

Keeping children and young people safe online – Your guide to the social networks your kids use

The Adventures of Kara, Winston and the Smart crew – Childnet  – a set of videos to help children to understand internet safety – Answer questions parents and players have about video game age ratings and provide advice on how to play games responsibly.

Parenting the Internet (Presentation from Safety Drop Down Friday)

Enabling Safe Search in Search Engines

OpenDNS free web security and filtering

Information on Fortnight (and other games)




Accelerated Reader Parent Link

BBC Adult Learning

BBC Learning Zone – Age 4 to 11 – Helping your kids with homework

Stem Science – children can do the science experiments and then send photographs of them doing the experiments back to school which we will add to website

Premier League Primary Stars website

Cambridge University resources for Primary

PSHE and SEMH Parent Resources (1)  Free home use – Username: march20 Password:home

Classroom Secrets

Twinkl Home Learning Packs

Field Studies Council Resources

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