"The school is a positive and welcoming place....Pupils feel safe in school....." (Ofsted 2017)

Links for Parents

These pages contains links to a number of useful web sites for parents. Click on the title or picture to access the site.

While every attempt has been made to check the sites below for suitability, we cannot guarantee that all sites are suitable. Occasionally. sites are hacked and the indicated link leads elsewhere.

The information on the sites listed does not represent the views of Greenwood Primary School or the London Borough of Ealing.

CAB Citizens' Advice Bureau

This link leads to the Citizen's Advice central site. Click here to find your nearest CAB.

Gov UK Gov UK

This site gives good general advice on a whole range of public services. It is a good starting point and should be accurate and up to date.

CEOP Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre

CEOP works with partners to identify threats to children and coordinates activity to bring offenders to account. It works to protect children from harm in partnership with local and international agencies.

Cruse Bereavement Cruse Bereavement Care

Cruse Bereavement Care exists to promote the well-being of bereaved people and to enable anyone bereaved by death to understand their grief and cope with their loss. It offers support, information, advice, and education services.

Nutrition British Nutrition Foundation

This site tells you everything that you need to know about healthy eating and nutrition. Children eat too much processed food; this site can put them on the right track.

Immunisation Immunisation Information

A very informative NHS web site with full information about all immunisations your child will require.

s NHS 111

You may call NHS 111 when you need medical help fast but itís not a 999 emergency. NHS 111 is a fast and easy way to get the right help, whatever the time.

connexions Connexions

The youth and connexions service provides opportunities for young people aged 13-19 years (up to 25 years for people with disabilities) to fulfil their potential through a range of challenging and creative, programmes. The service also works with young people to help them overcome barriers and make an effective transition into adulthood. Contact: (020) 8825 5777.

Online Safety Online Safety

This link leads to web sites that offer important information about keeping your children safe online.

Special Needs Disability and Special Needs

This link leads to information about various supportive groups with information and advice to help families with children who have learning or physical special needs.

Finance Finance

There are a number of sites offering free advice and information about family finance. If you are finding your debts difficult to manage or want to get a tighter grip on family finances, this is the place to start.

Parenting Parenting

This link leads to a number of sites offering advice and information for mums and dads on parenting. When a child arrives, instructions are not included.

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