Information and Support for Parents

Support for adult and children’s mental health

Nottingham Helpline Poster

Talking to your child about Covid-19 Coronavirus is really difficult. These lovely books will help.

Childrens Guide To Coronavirus

How to NOT go to School

When Your Parent Is A Keyworker Advice For Children 

Supporting Your Child with Anxiety

Coronavirus – A Book for Children

Dave the Dog Talks about Coronavirus

Coronavirus Resources

Practising Kindness

The Red Cross has a wealth of online resources for children to promote kindness during the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic

https://www.redcross.org.uk/get-involved/teaching-resources/kindness-calendar##

Go Givers Home Learning Pack

The pack includes activities around a range of citizenship themes including:-

  • What makes us unique
  • Helping others
  • Stories with a message
  • The environment

Go to https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1PF_bhLbOj_JzRmz1lehc_Ck6nDwMCKA7

Click on the arrow at the end of Go Givers – Home Learning Pack and then click download.

ELSA

This website has lots of lovely free resources and ideas to support social and emotional learning.

Food

If you, or somebody you know, are struggling to get food, for whatever reason, during the Covid-19 Coronavirus outbreak the Broxtowe Labour Hub are delivering free food parcels of bread, milk, eggs, fresh fruit and vegetables, and store cupboard basics to anyone in the Broxtowe area.

email broxtowelabourhub@gmail.com or phone/text Jane 07970070159 or Colette 07735723432

Financial Support

A new fund has been launched to help residents living in Attenborough, Beeston & Chilwell and areas of Bramcote covered by the Attenborough, Beeston & Chilwell Area Mutual Aid group. This fund is available for all residents to apply to if they are struggling financially due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Each household can apply for up to £25 (total) to fund items such as paying utility bills, food, essential household purchases or vital school supplies for children for households in financial need due to the current crisis.
The application process is quick and easy, and is completed online via the following link: https://opencollective.com/beestonmutualaid
Please note that our funds are limited and cover a large area, so we do ask that only those in financial need apply, although there are no requirements to provide evidence of this.
If you have any further queries about the fund please email beestonmutualaid@gmail.com.”

Key Workers

This booklet gives advice for parents who are key workers on how to support their children. There is a booklet for children as well.

Keeping Children Safe Online

Helping Children 2-4 Learn at Home

Helping Primary Age Children Learn at Home

How to Wash Your Hands – Latest Video

Advice for Parents – if your child is

Advice For Keyworker Parents – Helping Your Child Adapt

When Your Parent Is A Keyworker Advice For Children And Young People

What our parents say:

"The children develop a strong bond with their teachers, and there is good evidence of the vision of the headteacher." "The opportunities provided for the children are excellent." "The headteacher goes the extra mile to make sure that parents feel involved, supported and satisfied with their children's experience of school." "We are delighted with the excellent standard of teaching." "Abigail really enjoys going to school and has made really good progress."
Beeston Rylands Junior School