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Useful Websites for Parents/Carers

School Food Trust - Click Here
Information for parents which promotes the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and tips on how to provide healthier packed lunches.

5 a day - Click Here
This website helps to spread the message of the importance of eating more fruit and veg. It gives advice about portion size and offers a free down loadable recipe book.

Childline - Click Here
Childline produces a wide range of publications on the key topics affecting children and young people. These publications are aimed at children, young people, parents and carers, childcare professionals, teachers and the general public.

Got a Teenager - Click Here
Got a Teenager is for anyone with a teenager in their life. You can join for parent to parent support, informal advice, useful information and a community of other parents dealing with the same issues as you.

CEOP Think You Know Parents Section - Click Here
This programme is now used in schools nationwide to educate young people about how to stay safe on line. As parents you play a fundamental role in this aspect of their education.

Help for mums and dads - Click Here
Why talking about the facts of life matters. When children can talk to their parents about sex and relationships, they are more ready for puberty, understand more about relationships, and are less likely to do things just because their friends are.

Parents Channel - Click Here
An on-line service designed to support and encourage parents and carers of children aged 5-19, with a collection of videos addressing day to day questions and concerns spanning well- being, behaviour and learning.

Mums Net - Click Here
The on-line resource and network for parents. Mumsnet works with the PHSE Association to engage parents in issues covered by their children’s personal, social health and economic education.

Radio Hallam Hallam FM's School Closure - Click Here
If it snows this winter, keep listening to Hallam FM or check on the above link for information.

Parent Zone -

The all-new Digital Parenting is here! We're proud to present our brand new Digital Parenting guide, in partnership with The Vodafone Foundation. Digital Parenting is packed with expert advice on Internet safety for both primary and secondary school children. It helps families stay safe online and develop the skills they need to make the most of the amazing opportunities the Internet offers

Rotherham Power -

Keeping children safe on line