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Callow End CE Primary School

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Help and support for parents

At Callow End School we recognise the challenges that families face when bringing up children. There may be times when you need extra help and support in different areas of life. If this is the case please come and talk to us. There are many ways in which we can help, as outlined in the offer below. Please contact us for further information.

The Solihull Approach - Understanding your child’s mental health and wellbeing
If you’re interested or worried about your child’s mental health and wellbeing, then this course is for you. Parents/ carers can learn more about the importance relationships in your child’s life to help shape their mental health and wellbeing, and teaching them important emotional skills they will use throughout life.
Parents/ carers can take this short course to help you to connect with your child and provide the best support to nurture confidence, resilience and empathy, setting them up to thrive, the FREE ‘Understanding your child's mental health and wellbeing’ course can help.
This short course provides an introduction into understanding your child, their feelings and how to nurture their emotional development.
Parents can access this course for FREE by visiting In Our Place website and using the access code PARENTSROCK

Ready, Steady Worcestershire - HAF Programme

What is the HAF Programme?

HAF is a Department for Education (DfE) funded programme aimed at enabling children and young people in receipt of benefits-related free school meals (FSM) to attend school holiday activities and experiences during Easter, summer and Christmas. 


In Worcestershire, we work with over 200 organisations to deliver the programme for families, this includes holiday club providers, workshop providers, supermarkets, suppliers, caterers, community groups, charities and schools. The programme creates free places for eligible children to attend, with a focus on enriching activities with a healthy meal and snacks included. 


Research has shown that the school holidays can be pressure points for some families, leading to a holiday experience gap. Through the HAF programme we are encouraging children that access our out-of-school activities to eat well, get active, have fun and make friends. 


Visit the website below for more information and to register for the programme: 


Safeguarding Christmas newsletter - help, advice & free activities.

Winston's Wish - support for bereaved families