Parentview - Have your say
Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school.
Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of your child’s school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.
DfE performance and attainment data
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Please click to go straight to our Ofsted report
Good source of information to help parents help their child in positive ways and support them in their education.
As a parent you may be worried about how extremism and radicalisation might effect your child. Please look at the attached guide by Victvs Ltd for further information.
This entirely free service allows people to shop directly at their favourite online store via the link below to raise money for the CBA. Donations can be up to 15% of the value of your purchase, depending on the retailer and the item purchased.
Learning Community 2
Some of the schools in Bedfordshire work together as local clusters or communities. Learning Community 2 schools are in Leighton Buzzard, Woburn and the surrounding villages. We are comprised of two upper schools, five middle schools, nineteen lower schools and one school for children with special needs.
We meet regularly together to discuss key issues,facilitate training and encourage co-operative working across the three tiers of schools.
We provide services for families with children under 5
This is an excellent gateway for other educational websites written for children.
Central Bedfordshire County
Our local education authority, providing information about schools, social services, libraries, highways etc.
Adult Learning and Job Hunting
Impact MH Peer Support programme
Children's Electricity Booklet
Link to SNAP, Special Needs Action Panel SNAP website
The link will take you there: Pathway
School Nursing Service
All schools across Bedfordshire now have access to a specialist and highly qualified named School Nurse working as part of a skill mixed team. School nurses and their teams use their autonomy, clinical skills and professional judgment to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people, thereby, enabling children to reach their full academic potential.
The nursing team work with the school to offer school based immunisations and health checks for pupils. They also provide the school with training and support them with any medical special needs.
Public Health Information
CBC Public Health poster for various links to different websites.
Children’s Flu Vaccination Programme
For the 2016/17 flu programme the Oxford Academic Health Science Network has a useful website resource for parents and all those working with children to increase awareness and understanding of this important health intervention. Please click here to be directed to the website.
Scratch scratch. Scratch. Your childs head is feeling really itchy. Could it be lice? If so, you're not alone. Every year, between 6 and 12 million people worldwide get head lice. Most of those millions are kids. Any kid who goes to school has probably already heard about lice. They can spread easily at schools, so if one kid gets them, the rest of the class might get them, too. Look at the attached sheet for advise on what can you do.
CHUMS (Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing Service for Children)
CHUMS Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing Service for Children and Young People provides therapeutic support in a variety of ways.
Its unique service model ensures that they support your whole family wherever possible. CHUMS recognise that parent and carers sometimes need some help too in supporting their children when there is a mental health or emotional well-being difficulty. All the group programmes offer a facilitated parent/carer group alongside the children and young people’s groups.
Please click here for further Information