Parent Resources

"Parents are also extremely positive about the school. They particularly appreciate the support and care that the school provides. Indeed, a number of parents ... write detailing how happy their children are and how well they are progressing, often after moving here from another school. They praise, in particular, the time staff take to really get to know each individual and the personalised support that they then provide." Ofsted, September 2016

This section of the website will become the primary location for all parents to find resources and downloads to help you with your child's life here at St Cuthbert's.

Useful Links

12/11/2020:

Updated guidance for parents and carers

The DfE have updated the guidance for parents and carers on what they need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. This update provides information on the national restrictions that came into force on 5 November, the latest advice for clinically extremely vulnerable children and young people and advice on the use of face coverings in education settings. This guidance can be shared with your parent networks.

Education in the media blog: exams 2021

On Monday 12 October the Department for Education confirmed that exams will go ahead next year. Most AS/A level and GCSE exams will be delayed by three weeks to give pupils more time to catch up on their learning.

The exams 2021 education blog published on 10 November provides further answers to the key questions being asked about exams 2021.

 

Check out the newly created "Back to School" website by St Helens CouncilThis is a new website for parents, carers and their children and is part of the ‘All in’ attendance strategy.  The site contains the latest government guidance for parents, some videos relating to top tips and will be added to as new documents are developed. https://www.sthelens.gov.uk/backtoschool 

 

Downloads

 

Click on the icon above to access BBC Bitesize's 'Children's and Parenting emails' through weekly newsletters. 

 

MoneySense from NatWest

MoneySense is a free financial education programme for 5-18s.

With fun activities, games and resources that help teach children about money at home, as well as in schools.

Click on the ages below to see the different and relevant resources.

8-12s

12-16s

16-18s