Caring for your Child

Parenting is a full time job, which brings wonderful rewards. However, all parents need a helping hand too.

You may find the following websites useful:


If you have any safeguarding concerns, please contact one of the Safeguarding leads, Mr G Jamieson, the Headteacher, Mrs Barnes, Assistant Headteacher, Mrs Collins, Assistant Headteacher  or Mrs S Barnes , the school's SENDCO

Safeguarding your child - advice from Greenwich.


Courses for Parents

Local parent and child courses Stay and Play                 Activity sessions

                                             Training sessions

Eating well and keeping fit

Eating well and keeping fit: look at the change 4 life site


Mental Health

Guidance to help you deal with a child who is anxious

YoungMinds: YoungMinds the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.

Alternatively, try the place2be, mental health charity, who offers some good advice about how children ( and adults) can be supported. Try this guide for parents or for children.


Bereavement support for you and your child: The Childhood Bereavement Network.


Mental Health Week 2018

Special Needs support

Click here to find out more about the provision for children with Special needs within the school.

The Royal borough of Greenwich Local Offer is full of information and resources for children with SEND and their families, and can be accessed via the following link:


Physical health care 

Medical mattersA guide to scarlet fever.


Caring for your child's teeth 

My child does not feel well, will antibiotics help? 

Sun care

During warmer weather the school welcomes children in the summer school uniform. In addition to this the school would recommend

  • children wear a named sun hat, which will shade their face and neck.
  • cover exposed skin with a sunscreen cream, which will last all day. The NHS suggest such sun creams are effective against UVA and UVB and are of adequate protection factor. 
  • children drink water regularly. Children may bring in a named water bottle, which may be re filled during the day. 

The school will encourage children to play in the shade and provide parasols for the play ground.   

Safety near water and drowning 

Read the Government's guide on protecting children from drowning.