Helping your child
Please find below some information you may find of use in caring and helping your child.
Parent guide to Snap chat
Support for parents
Care for the Family is an organisation which can offer you support in being a parent.
They offer a number of online courses which are free and can be watched from the comfort of your home.
Hope Community School we are promoting healthy packed lunches. You may find the Government guidance about packed lunches attached useful.
Hope School: a nut free zone.
Please help us to keep the school a nut free zone, as we have a number of people who have severe allergies to nuts and sesame seeds. Please do not send you child to school with peanut butter or Nutella sandwiches. When families provide confectionery or cakes to celebrate birthdays, please make sure you do not send in sweets or chocolates or cakes with nuts in.
To help children with food allergies and for families to know what their child has eaten, we ask children not to share their packed lunches.
NSPCC guides to personal safety
You may find the following guides useful in educating your child in how they may stay safe from abuse.
NSPCC _ The Talk Pants guide for Parents
NSPCC-A child guide- Say hello to Pantosaurus
NSPCC-A child guide for, children with autism
Please note, if you have any safeguarding concerns regarding any child at Hope Community School, please report your concern immediately to one of the Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL) at the school.
Mrs S Donnelly, Mrs E Carvosso, Mrs C Jones
The school's safeguarding Governor is Mrs Lynn Mason.
Please be aware that measles has once again become a health issue across London. Find out more about the illness and what you can do to look after your child. Measles Leaflet.
Chickenpox: Read the attached guide as to how to respond if your child has chickenpox.
Scarlet Fever is another illness that some children experience. For further guidance click here.
If you or child is experiencing stress you may find this leaflet helpful.