Pupil Referral Unit
For 2023/24 term dates click HERE
|Wakefield Families Together has partnered with the Solihull Approach to offer free access to expertly designed online courses for parents, carers, grandparents and teens living in the region call inourplace Click HERE to go to the website for further information.
Parental Ill Mental Health
For online safety advice and resources click HERE.
Being online is an important part of how young people ‘do’ relationships. Young people are using online spaces for their social and romantic lives. They told us that they would like their parents and carers to talk with them more about this. We know that these topics aren’t always easy to talk about, so #AskTheAwkward has been created to help you to explore online relationships with your secondary aged children, making these conversations part of everyday life.
Please take a look https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/ask-the-awkward/
Wakefield Families Together
Because everyone needs help and support at some point in their life. So, when you do and find it hard to deal with a difficult situation, or have worries around family relationships, behaviour, school attendance, emotional and mental health, domestic abuse, parental conflict, housing issues, or employment and debt problems, Family Hubs can help direct to the right people and services.
Click HERE to go to the website
When two people share responsibility for a child, no matter whether they are still together or separated, the relationship between them has a direct impact on the mental health of their children.
Please take a moment to look at our Risk and Resilience document. It contains helpful advice and ideas on supporting your children and helping them to have resilience when they are faced with key events or difficult situations.
The Staff and Management Committee hope you find this information helpful for you and your children.
Advice for Parents When Using Tutors or Clubs
OTHER USEFUL LINKS
Cerebral Palsy Guide is a national support organization dedicated to educating individuals and families about cerebral palsy.
Wakefield has it's own ADHD Support group. The group is aimed at adults with ADHD or parents/carers of children with ADHD.