Advice and Support for Parents
Please see the attached information about the Polio vaccine and where school-aged children can go to get the below vaccinations during the summer.
Please see this really useful resource with handy tips as we welcome all children back to school after the lockdown.
Click here to see the resource please.
Transition workshop for Year 6 parents
UPDATED Parent Connect Newsletter Edition 09.07.2021
Newham 5 Ways Healthier Life ONLINE
As part of ensuring that the school is as safe as possible we are regularly reviewing our risk assessments. We have undertaken the following additional risk assessments to ensure our children, families and staff are as safe as possible:
COVID-19 Support for Newham Families
At St Helen’s we are closely following the advice of the Department for Health and Social Care and Public Health England to ensure all children, families and staff are kept well informed of the latest guidance. The school has put all the measures in place as requested and is liaising with the Local Authority to ensure everyone remains healthy.
You can obtain the latest news at:
COVID19 Guidance for parents & carers need to know about schools, colleges & other education settings during the coronavirus outbreak
Mental health and wellbeing for children and adults
Money management and financial hardship
Top tips for managing your money
If your child is unwell or injured
COVID19 - Childrens Asthma Guidance
Information for Year 4 parents
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Well-being apps for adults
Our smartphones have become an essential part of our health and wellbeing. Whether it's connecting with friends, making new relationships, looking up dinner recipes or streaming music for our workouts, for most of us, our phones play an important part in feeling good. Now, there are a whole host of new ways we can use our everyday tech to boost our wellbeing - including an assortment of apps aimed at just that
See the app logos below that are recommended:
At St Helen’s we have staff who can help and advice parents in many areas beyond education. You can either ask in the school office or
If you need help in the areas listed below, just click on the logo to take you directly to the website.
- legal matters
- welfare benefits
- debt advice and money management
- housing support
- food banks
- getting back into work
- support for victims of domestic violence
- mental health support
Welfare Benefits & Debt Advice
Support for Refugees & Migrants
Getting back into employment
Basic skills training and English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) training
Support for victims of domestic violence
Mental health support
Information for families