Winder Lane, Flookburgh, Grange-over-Sands LA11 7LE

Telephone: 015395 58434

admin@flookburgh.cumbria.sch.uk

Winder Lane, Flookburgh, Grange-over-Sands LA11 7LE

Telephone: 015395 58434

admin@flookburgh.cumbria.sch.uk

Support for Parents, Carers and Families

Support for Parents, Carers and Families

Cumbria Bereavement Information and Levels of Support 

Cumbria General Bereavement Information 

Breathing Space and the Mental Health Mechanism

CCC Emergency Support Helpline Covid-19

Parent Support Resources and Links – Barnardo’s

Help Tackle COVID-19 Misinformation Online: 

False information about coronavirus and vaccines are regularly shared online. This can cost lives.

The SHARE checklist can help you spot this harmful content and protect yourself and others: https://sharechecklist.gov.uk/.

You can also use https://fullfact.org/ to check to see if claims you see online are actually true.

Don’t wait if you need help – support is available: 

Partners in Cumbria are supporting a campaign to draw attention to the support available for people who are being affected by COVID-19 – whether that’s about money and food, mental health, employment or housing.

We know that many people have found themselves needing help for the first time in their lives and we want people to know help is available.

More information is available at www.cumbria.gov.uk/welfare or by calling the county council’s Support Helpline on 0800 783 1966 (Monday to Thursday 9am to 5pm, Friday 9am to 4.30pm).

Mental Health Awareness Information and Resources: 

Carlisle and Eden Mind 

E-School Nurse – 5-19 Public Heath

Kooth.com

To contact the Child and Adult Mental Health Support (CAMHS) Team in South Cumbria:

Telephone 01229 402696

South Cumbria – CAMHS referral form

Move for your Mood:

Movement is so important for everyone right now, whether you are working or doing on-line learning at home why not take just a few minutes out to join in with Andrea and ‘move for your mood’

Free online courses for teenagers, parents-to-be, parents, carers and grandparents:

Just a reminder to check out www.inourplace.co.uk for FREE (prepaid) access for all parents and parents-to-be, carers, grandparents, those working with children and young people and teenagers themselves to some really useful and interesting online courses.  These cover the below topics:

Courses for Parents, Carers and Grandparents: use the access code: WORDSWORTH

  • Understanding your pregnancy birth labour and your baby
  • Understanding your baby
  • Understanding your child
  • Understanding your teenager’s brain
  • New course – Understanding your child with additional needs

This online course is for parents with a child with additional needs. It is for parents, relatives and friends of children who may have a physical or learning disability or who may have autistic traits. This course is in 2 sections. Level 1 lays the foundation for understanding your child. Level 2 looks at some particular aspects of parenting: sleeping and anger management, together with more about how we interact with each other. Understanding this can make it easier to work with your child’s behaviour as well as supporting their development.

This means every single Cumbria parent/carer can access the courses completely free of charge!

These courses are for ALL parents-to-be, parents, grandparents or carers of any child from the antenatal period to age 18 years. Families don’t need to be struggling to do these courses. They are also available in other languages and are also relevant to parents/carers of all children, including those with special needs, autism, ADHD etc.

We would also recommend that practitioners also complete the courses to have the best understanding of how they work, what is covered etc.

Course for Teenagers: use the access code: WORDSWORTH

  • ‘Understanding your brain (for teenagers only!)’

This short course pairs with the short course for parents Understanding your teenager’s brain, so that both parents and teenagers have access to the same information.

Sustainable Warmth Cumbria Grant Information 

FREE Funding up to £25,000 for Energy Efficiency measures through Sustainable Warmth Cumbria

The Sustainable Warmth phone line is currently operating on an answering machine only basis. Your enquiries are important to us, and a member of the team will get back to you as soon as possible. Retrofitting is a long process that we know can be frustrating to those who are waiting, but any additional information can be found here on our website.

We can help eligible households to access a government grant to install energy efficient products into homes across Cumbria regardless of which local authority area you may live in. This scheme is supported by all 6 District and Borough Councils in Cumbria. These improvements will make homes warmer and more comfortable whilst helping to lower energy bills and carbon emissions. The Sustainable Warmth Cumbria scheme encompasses the Green Home Grant Local Authority Delivery Programme Phase 3 (LAD3) and Home Upgrade Grants (HUG1).

The funding aims to boost the local economy to retrofit a minimum of 1,310 owner occupied and privately tenanted homes with energy efficiency installations and low carbon heating. Projects that upgrade homes with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of E, F or G will be prioritised. Upgrades to properties with an EPC rating of D will be limited.

If you are interested in learning more, please get in contact with us at homelife@carlisle.gov.uk. Eligible owner-occupied households can receive grant funding between £10,000 to £25,000 depending on your property and your heating type. Owner occupiers do not need to contribute any money themselves. Landlords of privately rented homes may also be eligible for funding up to £5,000 subject to a contribution of a third of the cost of the measures.

Act quick! Apply today! This is a time limited scheme.

Please email homelife@carlisle.gov.uk or complete the Sustainable Warmth Application Form.

School Announcements

Autumn Term

Autumn Term 2022

Autumn term starts on Wednesday 7th September 2022 at 9am, the Autumn term finishes on Tuesday 20th December 2022 at 2pm.  

 

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