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Please see the attached information leaflet from CAMHS if you or your child are waiting to be seen by them.

Please see the attached information and advice around coping with infant crying

Please see the link below for the latest Reducing Parental Conflict Newsletter:  

Please see attached letter regarding activities over the summer holidays.

Please see attached document regarding Half-term Holiday Programme

See attached information on a webinar to help families understand the issues around County Lines

Please find the latest edition of the Liverpool Parenting Newsletter for you to share with parents and colleagues. See the link below.

Please see attached documents offering advice on children experiencing better sleep patterns.

Please see attached information regarding Easter holidays activities

Everton in the Community run a dad’s club twice monthly. The club is open to all dad’s/male carers with preschool aged children. We have lots of play equipment and activities about for the dads to engage with their children. Healthy snacks and bacon sandwiches are also provided for all.

Our next two groups will have a mobile petting zoo where the children will be able to meet a variety of small animals.

The next dates and times are;

25th Feb 2023 10:00-11:30 at Clubmoor Childrens Centre

4th Mar 2023 10:00-11:30 at The People Hub

The club is completely free to attend, dads just need to register by filling out this form

Please see the attached letter regarding the February Half-term holidays Eat to Meet 2 programme.

Please see attached letter from the Director of Children's Services regarding industrial action in schools.

Please see attached invitation to a Shared Read and helpful hints for reading with children

Please find attached link with information regarding forthcoming evidence based parenting programmes commencing in 2023.

Wishing all our families a very joyful, peaceful, loving and holy Christmas.  We hope that the Christmas period brings you all that you wish for in the love of your friends and families.  We understand that for some, Christmas can be a particularly challenging time of year. Please see the attached contact numbers, which you may find useful.  Thank you all for the support that you have given school this calendar year: it is very much appreciated.  We wish you all a prosperous and healthy 2023,
from all the staff of OLASP








Please see the attached with details of Social Communication and Behaviour Workshop that parents may find very useful. All are welcome to attend.

Please see attached information relating to Holiday Activities and Food programme.

Please see the attached flyer for information on a support programme for parents/carers of EYFS children.

Read Write Inc


On Wednesday 30th November 2022 at 3:10 there will be a Parent/Carer information meeting in school on Read Write Inc.  Mr Doyle, Mrs Sheriff and Mrs Southern will meet with parents/carers to explain how the programme works and give families advice on how they can help to reinforce what is learnt in school at home and how to find resources to help support your child.  Please do come along.

Healthy Start Vouchers - please information below The Healthy start vouchers allow parents and carers to buy fresh fruit, vegetables, milk, bread and cereal, infant formula and access free vitamins, if they are eligible for the benefit.

Please See the information below from CAMHS for parent/carer courses and information.


Autism Post Diagnostic Learning Programme

Liverpool and Sefton parents and carers whose child/young person has received a diagnosis of autism (ASD) from Alder Hey NHS Trust or from either Axia ASD Ltd or Healios via Alder Hey NHS Trust can access this unique learning programme.
This programme has been designed to support and empower parents and carers in their understanding of how autism is experienced by children and young people, providing learning, guidance and strategies to better support their child/young person. This is a pilot offer in partnership with Alder Hey NHS Trust, commissioned by NHS Cheshire & Merseyside.

Alder Hey CAMHS has moved

All Eating Disorder Services, the CAMHS Crisis Care Team, and some Liverpool Fresh CAMHS appointments, are now run from the new Catkin Building (adjacent to the Institute in the Park, just off Eaton Road).

Most of Liverpool Fresh CAMHS appointments will take place at a brand-new space in Innovation Park (just off Edge Lane). 


New guide to supporting families living with neurodevelopmental needs

Members of NHS Cheshire and Merseyside, Liverpool Place, Liverpool CAMHS and Neurodevelopmental partnerships and colleagues from Liverpool City Council have collaborated to develop a Guide to Supporting Children, Young People and Their Families in Liverpool Living with Neurodevelopmental Needs.
The toolkit, which can be found on the Liverpool CAMHS website and will be available on the SEND Local Offer website, outlines the statutory commissioned offer from Health and Local Authority of services and support available for children, young people and their families in Liverpool at different stages of their journey, including:
  • early help/pre-diagnosis
  • during the assessment and diagnosis stage; and
  • post-diagnosis.
It includes an overview of the services that provide information, advice and support, as well as exploring what’s happening and what to look out for in a child/young person in relation to the levels of need for neurodevelopmental conditions.

YPAS Alternative to Crisis Drop-Ins

YPAS offers an alternative to crisis drop-in service six days a week across three community hubs. No appointment is needed.

Comic Youth Groups for Children and Young People


Children and young people are relating to and interacting with comics, characters, films, media and tv programmes more than ever and with the Comic Con annual event in Liverpool, pop culture has become a key way to reach out to children and young people and communicate with them in a creative and artistic way…. 


I wanted to share some information with you regarding an organisation called Comics Youth who are based in The Tempest Building, L2 2DT, Liverpool City Centre. 

Their base offers a great environment for children and young people, to meet and get creative, with wonderful art work rooms and access to a great café downstairs.

Comics Youth run free creative art project groups for children and young people of the Liverpool City Region who are underrepresented, inspiring them to become young creators, build their self-esteem and create stories about real life issues which can affect their lives.  Such as inequality, physical and mental ill health, special educational needs, ethnicity and identity.  They are funded by BBC Children In Need and The National Lottery. 

Free Groups available for children and young people are: 

Comics Workshops –

Saturdays -  Children aged 8-13 years – every week -  Children work on creative writing, art and comic design on themed subjects.


Saturday afternoon workshops for 14-25 year olds – similar creative work group and often combines visits to museums and theatres too.


Thursday Evenings LGBT – Creative Group  ( The LGBT +Me Steering Group have just helped to design the children’s book LGTB +Me “The Sleepover”)

“The book is a resource aimed at children and young people aged 8-13 years who are beginning to question their identity.  It aims to show caregivers how beneficial having an open and welcoming outlook can be, as well as reassure young readers that it’s normal to question these things”

If you are interested in accessing a copy of the book for your project, school, a parent or child or young person you are supporting, please contact Anna or Rhiannon by email below.  


The Graphic Medicine Project, funded by National Lottery – comic/ book design working in partnership with Alder Hey Hospital – health related books and comics promoting children’s mental and physical health.

If you have any children or young people whom you think would be interested in accessing any of the groups in their spare time, please email either; or

Free Online Parenting Courses


Please find details of the free available online parenting courses for parents and carers, available from Solihull.

These courses are free for Liverpool parents and carers to complete online, either by themselves or with the support of a professional if needed.  The courses are also available in a variety of languages.

Solihull Parenting Guides


Gain more confidence as a parent:

Try our FREE online guide LIVERPOOL for all  parents and carers to understand your

Liverpool families enter the access code PURPLEBIN to gain free access, go to Solihull - In

Our Place Website for further information.



Focus on enhancing relationships at every stage from antenatal to 19years.


Understanding your pregnancy, labour, birth & your baby

Understanding your baby

Understanding your child’ 0-19+yrs (main course)

Understanding your child with additional needs’ 0-19+yrs (main course)

Understanding your teenager’s brain’ (short course)

Understanding your brain (for teenager’s only!)

Understanding your child's feelings’ (taster course)

Understanding your child’s mental health and wellbeing(accompanies UYC and/or UYCAD)

Understanding your relationships(young people, adults, older adults course)

Try our FREE online guides in additional languages for all LIVERPOOL parents and

Any questions regarding accessing the courses feel free to contact me via the email below.

Lisa Lunt

Parenting Co-Ordinator

Clubmoor Children’s Centre | E:

Relationships Policy


Parents are welcome to come in to school on either Thursday 10th November at 4:30 or Friday 11th November at 2:00 to discuss our new Relationships Policy (formerly Behaviour Policy).  The meetings will be short and give school an opportunity to explain to parents/carers the rationale behind the policy, what we hope to achieve by it and give families an opportunity to have their input. 

Please see the attached documents relating to a Parental Engagement Programme, It's Your Child's Life, that you may find useful.

Eat to Meet Half-term Programme

Guidance for children & young people, families & professionals facing unwanted or hurtful online messages

Please see attached timetable from Clubmoor and Ellergreen Children's Centre

Please see attached information on fostering

Please see poster below with information and a promotion code for price reduction for our pupils over the Summer holidays.

Parents'/Carers' School Health Website


Hello to all my primary schools, hope you are all well. 


Just wanted to let you all know we have a new school health website which parents can access for further advice/support regarding their child health and in relation to us as their school nurses.  Our website is also updated monthly to different topics- this month is currently highlighting about dog bites. 

The link to our school nurse website is below-   



School Nurse

Date:  24th June 2022

Dear Parent or Guardian


The Summer HAF programme starts on the 20th July and there are lots of great activities happening over the school holidays.  Children and young people will be able to access hundreds of activities throughout the summer holidays including specific provision available for children with SEND or additional needs, at no cost to you. There’s a great range of activities across the city including boxing, trampolining, football, music, dance, cycling, cooking, climbing, films, bowling, arts and crafts, drama, a make up course, trips out and much more!  Every day there will be a meal available for every child that attends.


To find out where your nearest scheme and all the details of what is on click on this link - or visit and click on the HAF link.


When you have chosen an activity, you will need to contact that organisation to book a place.  Each organisation will have either a telephone number, email address or online booking system.  If your child has any additional needs or dietary requirements then please discuss this with the organisation when you book.  There is no central booking system so please read the details of the programmes on the website and ring the providers directly.


Liverpool City Council is working with the local schools, voluntary and community organisations, and childcare providers to provide the HAF programme.  The programme is funded by the Department for Education.


The Early Help Directory also provides a wealth of useful information and support for families - Early Help Directory



Sally Dobbing

Sally Dobbing - HAF Project Manager

Please see information below from the CAPT

Please see the information below from the Child Accident Prevention Trust 


Fact Sheets


Translations Five fact sheets have also been translated into Urdu, Bengali, Panjabi, Polish, Romanian, Somali and Arabic – for speakers of English as an additional language.


A Parent Pack is also available for download

Please see below link for the latest Liverpool Parenting Newsletter which has information on services running from April to the end of June 2022.  There are still lots of interesting services to be run through June, so far it has been viewed 5700 times by parents and professionals.  The Newsletter includes information on services that support parents around;

  • Ante Natal Services
  • Children Centres
  • Debt Advice
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Education
  • Employment Support
  • Foodbanks
  • Fostering in Liverpool
  • Mental Health
  • Money Management
  • Parenting Programmes
  • SEND
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Support for Fathers



Liverpool’s Parent Network has produced the Spring edition of Liverpool’s Parenting Newsletter with information on services available for you and your family across the city.  Your council and partners have services to support families in all areas and hope that you find the information you need in here.


If you have any questions please contact

Please see attached docs providing details about half-term activities that are free and include a meal for all participants.

Please see attached document which may be useful to any families who are experiencing violence from children

Please see attached document for information on Deafness Awareness and support for deaf children.

Liverpool Parenting Newsletter - April - June 2022 

Afternoon all, 


I am sharing the Newsletter again for you to share with parents and colleagues, see below link for the latest Liverpool Parenting Newsletter which has information on services running from April to the end of June 2022, link below with text to be shared.  The Newsletter includes information on services that support parents around; 

Please see attached which some families may find useful

Please see attached for information on activities provided over the Easter Holidays.

Young Carers Action Day


Wednesday 16 March is Young Carers Action Day!  Please see the leaflets below for advice and support for families who may have a child acting as a Young Carer.


Mrs Dwyer and Mr Doyle are the Young Carers Champions in school and are available to chat to families who may need support in this area.  Please do contact school for none-judgemental, confidential support.   

Please see the attached link for an NHS Primary Portal which families may find very useful and informative:

NSPCC Dedicated Helplines


Please use this link:


for advice on reporting abuse.

Please see attached for information

Please see attached information for events happening over the February half-term holiday to support families.

Please see the attached documents below for information on Autism in Primary - 10th February 2022- - 19:00pm – 20:30pm and Pathological Demand Avoidance - PDA 7th and 14th March 2022

Please see the attached invitation to an ASD Coffee Morning on 26/1/22

Please see the attached letter from the Directors of Public Health and Children's Services

Please see attached which contains useful information for parents

Liverpool’s Parenting Coordinator has produced the winter edition of Liverpool’s Parenting Newsletter with information on services available for you and your family across the city.  Your council and partners have services to support families in all areas and hope that you find the information you need in here.


If you have any questions please contact

Alder Hey Symptoms Checker - please see the attached relating to the launch of the Alder Hey Symptoms Checker

Please see the letter to parents from Steve Reddy and Matt Ashton

Please see information below in relation to the Youth Connect 5 programme being delivered by Liverpool YPAS, there is still time to sign up for this programme.  Please share on your social media outlets, parents and colleagues.

Youth Connect 5 Programme: 

3rd,4th,5th,10th,11th January 2022 (12-2pm)


Youth Connect 5 is a free course that gives parents and carers the knowledge, skills and understanding to help children develop strong emotional wellbeing through resilience-building techniques.

These techniques will strengthen your child’s ability to adapt well to adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or even stress, skills that will remain with them into adulthood. We like to think of it as being able to bounce back from difficult experiences.

Youth Connect 5 will teach you the skills you can then draw upon to both build your own resilience, but most importantly your child’s.

During the course you will:

1. Understand young people’s mental health

2. Think about what makes us thrive

3. Develop family resilience

4. Understand why we feel the way we do

5. Develop skills to support your children.

For more information contact our YPAS Parenting Team on: 0151 707 1025

Please see information from Livpac for some events that they have on at the beginning of the New Year, please share on your social media, colleagues and our SEND parents where possible.

·       10th January 2022 - Relaxed Performance Panto - Everyman at 5pm - Tickets only £10 per person. Please email for futher information

·       11th January 2022 - 10:00am-12:00pm - Coffee Morning Session - Face-to-Face

·       12th January 2022 - 12:00pm – 2:30pm - Autism and Behaviour - This course is being delivered by Reachout – ASC Autism Support - This course looks at how we can investigate the causes and anxiety around behaviour that concerns and challenges us with autistic children. We look at what behaviour communicates and how to read a child’s anxiety before working out what additional support can be needed. This course helps you understand the behaviour, be proactive and make a long lasting difference to a child who is struggling in a difficult situation. This session will be over held ZOOM. To book please email for the link to register with Eventbrite.

·       17th January 2022 - 18:00pm - 20:00pm - Coffee Evening Session via ZOOM

Please see information in documents below with details of programmes and events for parents and carers.

Liverpool City Council have asked us to draw families' attention to the message below.  It relates to the fuel vouchers that were recently issued to designated families.


Here’s the link to the PayPoint website for a store locator they enter their postcode:

Where shops who are designated sites refuse to cash vouchers, families can select option if they have an issue with a retailer or they can visit larger retailers in their area – supermarkets for example.

PayPoint have notified their retailers about our exercise and they should have enough cash in their floats to accommodate demand.

Please see below for holiday activities and food for children eligible for benefits related free school meals during the winter break. There are providers across the City covering a wide range of activities, age groups and abilities. Parents/guardians/carers wishing to book on the activities should contact their chosen provider directly. The list of providers can be found via this link (also included in the letter)

Please see attached for information

Please see docs below detailing information regarding activities and meals available to Free School Meal families over half-term and other support that families can access.

Please see attached flyer regarding the North West Sexual Violence Awareness Week

Please see attached flyer for families who may want to learn/improve sewing skils.

Dear Parents and Carers,


We would like to invite you to an admissions and appeals information session. The session will be led by James Power, Schools Admissions Manager, Liverpool City Council. James will outline the admissions and appeals process with a focus on admission to Reception and Year 7. There may be an opportunity to ask questions but this will depend on numbers.


The session will be delivered via zoom at 10am on Tuesday 21st September. There will be Arabic, Somali and Czech support available should interpretation be required. We do hope that you can join us for what will be an informative session. Registration is required. Details are as follows:


You are invited to a Zoom meeting.

When: Sep 21, 2021 10:00 AM London


Register in advance for this meeting:



After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


Kind regards

Gill Rowlands

EMTAS Manager

School Improvement Liverpool

Flu Immunisation 2021


Back in July, we advised parents/carers that the Flu Immunisation Team requested families to give online consent for receipt of the immunisation this year if at all possible.  Health Officials strongly advise that children be immunised annually.  Only a relatively low number of families have given online consent and we have been asked by the NHS to provide the link again, that families can use to provide online consent for the nasal spray immunisation:


If you are unable to provide online consent, please request a paper copy of the consent form from school that can be completed and returned to give consent for you child.


Thank you.

Please see attached Attendance Charter

Thrive- Parenting Training Programme

Additional dates for 2021/2022

THRIVE is a NEW exciting parenting programme for Liverpool, the Thrive approach training is available for both professionals and parents starting February 2021.  It is a six-week course to introduce you to fundamentals of the Thrive approach and how it works in practice. This training is free of charge.

Have you ever wondered what’s happening when your child?

  • Won’t listen?
  • Answers back?
  • Has a tantrum?

Come on this course to find out about:

  • How our brains develop
  • How your right brain talks to your left?
  • Why play and creativity are so important to you and your child
  • How to support your child at times of change and difficulty
  • Everyday trigger times and how to keep calm
  • How to be a behaviour detective
  • Thrive in your community

Learn about the amazing growth of your child’s brain through childhood to adulthood and help support their emotional development. The course will run for six sessions that will last for approximately one and a half hours.  The sessions will be structured yet informal sessions that will allow time to interact with other parents and carers, ask questions, get help and practical suggestions to use with your child.

Group. No




Group 7

17th Sept, 24th Sept, 1st Oct, 8th Oct, 15th Oct, & 22nd Oct 2021 


ZOOM- Link will be shared nearer the time of the training session

Group 8

5th Nov, 12th Nov, 19th Nov, 26th Nov, 3rd Dec, & 10th Dec 2021

AM Sessions (10am-12pm)

ZOOM- Link will be shared nearer the time of the training session

Group 9

5th Nov, 12th Nov, 19th Nov, 26th Nov, 3rd Dec, & 10th Dec 2021

PM Sessions (1pm-3pm)

ZOOM- Link will be shared nearer the time of the training session




Thank You

Parenting Programme:


It is a six-week course to introduce you to fundamentals of the Thrive approach and how it works in practice. This training is free of charge.

Have you ever wondered what’s happening when your child?

  • Won’t listen?
  • Answers back?
  • Has a tantrum?

Come on this course to find out about:

  • How our brains develop
  • How your right brain talks to your left?
  • Why play and creativity are so important to you and your child
  • How to support your child at times of change and difficulty
  • Everyday trigger times and how to keep calm
  • How to be a behaviour detective
  • Thrive in your community

Learn about the amazing growth of your child’s brain through childhood to adulthood and help support their emotional development. The course will run for six sessions that will last for approximately one and a half hours.  The sessions will be structured yet informal sessions that will allow time to interact with other parents and carers, ask questions, get help and practical suggestions to use with your child.

The courses are run by Jane Pepa the Headteacher of a special school for social emotional mental health and a Thrive practitioner, trainer and over 7 years’ experience of using the Thrive approach in both mainstream and special school settings.




When logging onto the Directory if you follow these steps: select practitioners/Workforce Development Events/ Multi Agency events/ this will then bring up a search button if you enter THRIVE then select the group you would like to attend, you will be asked to fill in a booking form (name, contact and organisation information) you will then receive a booking confirmation to confirm your booking.


I will be adding more dates onto the EHD shortly, so please keep an eye out for more options.

Liverpool’s Parenting Coordinator has produced this new digital Parenting Newsletter with information on services available for you and your family across the city.  Your council and partners have services to support families in all areas and hope that you find the information you need in here.


If you have any questions please contact

Please see attached information from the Archdiocese of Liverpool about a free and safe app to help children keep in touch over the summer.

Preparing your child for safe independent travel- please see the attached document which may be particularly useful for Year 6 parents

We have been asked by the NHS to make the link below available to parents/carers to give electronic consent for the flu campaign in the next academic year.  It will simplify their service if families can provide electronic consent rather than submitting consent in writing.

Please see attached flyer for family support with children who may show signs of engaging with criminality.

Please see attached letter with information on holiday activity programme (including free meals) over the summer holidays.

It is vital parents and carers actively monitor what their children are viewing online in order to protect them and also to ensure their child’s own behaviours are appropriate.


Parents and carers are advised to watch the following short videos created in New Zealand:


Keep It Real Online - Pornography

Keep it Real Online - Bullying

Keep it Real Online – Grooming

Keep it Real Online – Parental Controls and Supervision


Parents and carers should also ensure ‘parental settings’ are in place not just on smartphones but also on any device that connects to the internet.


Merseyside Police recently shared the following message  with the whole community:


“We would strongly advise parents to be satisfied that they know who their children are engaging with, be that via social media or through gaming on Xboxes and PlayStation and want to raise awareness of the importance of setting parental controls on computers, games consoles and electronic devices to keep children safe, so they are not exposed to potentially harmful and inappropriate material online.”


Guidance about parental controls can be found here:


Internet Matters - parental controls

NSPCC – parental controls


The NSPCC have partnered with O2 to provide 02 Guru where parents can seek further practical advice.



Other online advice for families can be found here:


NSPCC online safety resources and guidance particularly for families.


UK Safer Internet Centre resources including guidance for young people, parents/carers and school staff.


Childnet online safety activities that you can do from your home.


Internet Matters starter tips to keep kids safe online.


UKSIC & Facebook Release a New Guide for Schools using Apps


UKSIC Social media guides


Further guidance for professionals including resources for children can be found here:


Sharing nudes and semi-nudes: advice for education settings working with children and young people


London Grid for Learning: Safeguarding during remote learning and lockdown


London Grid for Learning online resource centre


‘Think You Know’ Online home activity packs ‘Think You Know’ professionals resource bank


‘Think You Know’ Jessie & Friends: online safety education for 4-7s’


‘Think You Know’ Band Runner game and website for 8-10s

Due to the current situation with the pandemic and the increase in positive cases again in the Liverpool City Region, the Year 6 Transition Day which had been scheduled for 7th July 2021 has unfortunately had to be cancelled.


I would urge all parents to check the website of the secondary school to which their child is transitioning to see what information is there regarding transition.


Some schools are forwarding information to us and when this happens we will also post on our website.


Stay safe.


Mr Doyle

Please see the message below,


The Marine Society and Sea Cadets (MSSC) are going to be offering FREE boating sessions to hundreds of children, aged 9-14, at our boating station in Crosby over the summer holidays, from 26th July to 29th August. Our aim is to encourage a love of the water and give children opportunities that they would not otherwise receive and haven’t experienced before.


We accept children from all backgrounds and are especially interested in supporting those from low income backgrounds with free opportunities from around the Liverpool area. They will get the opportunity to gain boating qualifications and if they wish to continue developing their skills, we will happily help them find their nearest Sea Cadet unit to join.


Attached is a poster, timetable and joining form link that can be completed by parents and we look forward to meeting your amazing pupils this summer. For the first week we can only take half day bookings for an individual, after that the children can book for whole days.


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Link to Joining Form


James Crawford
Growth & Development Worker 
Marine Society & Sea Cadets 

Please see attached flyer from YPAS regarding an EHCP Coffee Event

The National School Breakfast Programme has launched its breakfast at home area on the Family Action website, where you will find lots of information and advice on providing a low cost, nutritious, daily breakfast at home.



Please see the link below which contains information on the European Union Settlement Scheme:

and may help you when making your application if you are eligible.

Please see the attached letter from the Director of Children and Young People's Services regarding the EU Settlement Scheme.

Please see attached Solihull Parenting guide flyer which has kindly been translated into Arabic. Any parents who feel they may benefit from accessing this online course, feel free to contact.

For those parents with children under 5.

Liverpool City Council in conjunction with Liverpool Adult Learning Service will be starting a 6 weeks Welcome to Play course starting  zoom sessions in May.   Please see the information below if you wish to access this new innovative play online course. 

How do children learn through play?

We have 20 places on the Welcome to Play course via zoom for parents and carers with caring responsibilities of under-fives beginning on Thursday 13th May for 6 weeks. Sign up and get an 'art picnic' full of creative resources. A wonderful course full of fun and creative ideas for playing together.

Delivered weekly by Dr Denise Wright, a creative play specialist and Chris Cavanagh, Liverpool's parenting coordinator.

This course is free and is only for parents/carers with Liverpool post codes. 

Kind regards

Following the troubling testimonies of sexual harassment and abuse documented on the Everyone’s Invited website, we’re here to help.
new helpline will support children and young people, and offer guidance to adults and staff working with pupils, so please share the contact details throughout your school community.
The helpline can be contacted on 0800 136 663, or by emailing

Please see attached poster/leaflet for advice and support.

Please see attached newsletter for advice and information.

Please see attached for information on ASD virtual drop ins.

Please see documents below for information on families with children with additional needs.

Please see attached docs relating to Covid Vaccine Fraud

Free Breakfast Packs

Please see attached information regarding courses on Parenting

Information on nasal flu vaccinations (answers to some queries raised by parents/carers)

Free CAMHS Training for Parents/Carers

Information for parents/carers: Free School Meals –


Given the current economic position and number of increased redundancies, some children may become eligible for FSM after school has closed for the summer.  See below  for advice on what to do if families become eligible for FSMs during the summer holiday period. 


If your circumstances change and you think your child is eligible for free school meals after school has closed for the summer break you can apply for FSMs using the link below


If you are eligible, you will receive a notification confirming this.  During school’s summer holiday period, you will be sent vouchers by Liverpool City Council on a fortnightly basis.

The Red Cross have new resources that families may find useful activities to be completed over the summer.  Please see links below.


Two children engaging with the kindness calendar with their dad

Father and son talking at home

Talking to children about race and racism 

Drawing through stories