Mental Health Service Provision Available in Worcestershire
If you are experiencing poor mental heath during these unprecedented times, please contact your local support services who are ready to help!
Your WHP Link Worker: Claire Leyland.
07876 707 841
How can I help keep my child safe online?
If you need support to help keep your child safe online, please click on the links below.
Free School Meals
If your child does not currently receive benefits-related free school meals but you believe you may be eligible, please complete the Worcestershire County Council form in the link below.
NHS Best Way to Wash Your Hands
C19 Parent Health Guide
General information regarding talking to children about the virus, managing split families and maintaining good mental health.
Hungry Little Minds
A Government recommended site to help support newborns to 5 year olds, with ideas for simple activities and games you can do with your child.
Tiny Happy People
For parents of young children to help you develop your child’s communication skills. Explore the simple activities and play ideas and find out about their amazing early development.
The school nursing team and NHS have provided this website as a source of information for physical and mental health needs. The site is split into different age groups so you can source information depending on your child’s age. In the ‘support during COVID-19’ page found on the home page, you can submit a referral to the health team via an online form if you are concerned about your child.
Information for parents of children with ADHD.
National Autistic Society
Information for parents of children with ASD.
A child friendly book about Coronavirus available in lots of different languages including Polish and Romanian.
School Administrator - Kate Hooper
SENDCo - Julie Edwards
Sutton Park Community Primary School