Our Journey Birth to Five Years Parent Information Tool
Hackney professionals from a range of services, including GP’s, have recently developed a parent information tool to support all parents of children under age 5 years understand and support their child’s key developmental milestones across all the 4 key areas of development, the tool can be accessed here:
Hackney are seeking feedback on the parent tool. If you would like to take part in the review survey, click here.
At Viridis Schools we believe in looking after our mental health as well as our physical health. Have a look at The Expert Parent’s Guide to Childhood Anxiety, the very first guide of its kind, aimed at supporting parents and their children whilst allowing them to focus on what matters most – attending school to learn and maintaining good mental health!
Hot school meals are available to all children at a cost of £11.50 a week (£2.30 a day). Please check if you are eligible for Free School Dinners.
The Government gives money to schools to help children from lower income families including those receiving Income support, Income based jobseekers allowance, Income Related Employment and Support allowance, Child Tax Credit (providing your income does not exceed £16,190 and you are not entitled to Working Tax Credit). This is called a ‘Pupil Premium.’ Registering is quick and easy. It could save you more than £350 a year on lunches and the school gets an extra £488 even if you don’t take up the school meal but remain registered.