We appreciate how difficult the last few years have been for many people and wanted to signpost families and young people to support if needed.
We are also aware of the increasing financial pressures that families are under. If any family is struggling please do not hesitate to contact us to see if we can help you and sign post you to the relevant services. We are able to issue food bank vouchers and can support with referrals to other services such as Wood Street Mission. We can also offer Early Help support.
Please do contact myself or Miss Westhead via telephone or email should you need any further help.
Mrs Gore and Miss Westhead
Please don't hesitate to contact us on:
Should you need any support over the Summer Holidays:
School Nursing service- 0161 946 8239
Early Help Hub - 0161 234 5001
Local Offer (for children and young people with special educational needs)
0161 209 8356
Fallowfield and Withington Food bank
Little Sports Holiday Courses
Manchester Cost of Living Advice Line- 0800 023 2692
Manchester Adult Education's Family Learning team are offering a range of free online courses for parents and carers, starting in September 2020.
Come along to a Welcome to Family Learning Session and meet some of the tutors and hear more about the courses and how you can sign up for them. Click here to sign up for a session.
Social, Emotional and Mental Health
ThinkNinja is a mental health app designed for 10 to 18 year olds. Using a variety of content and tools, it allows young people to learn about mental health and emotional well-being, and develop skills they can use to build resilience and stay well.
Mental Health Foundation
Lots of great advice for parents and children to access.
The School Run
A list of the best wellbeing apps for children.
Up: Unlocking Potential
Lots of fantastic resources, including worksheets and videos to support children with emotional wellbeing.
Useful website for support and advice for parents and children to understand mental health.
Mentally Healthy Schools
Resources for building resilience during lockdown and the Coronavirus.