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St. Peter's Cross Keys Academy has good links with the parish church of St. Peter's. Reverend Liz Murray comes into school regularly and the children takes part in services and workshops in the church.
Help with mental health and well being.
The latest and widest range of public service information from the UK government.
Further information on who is eligible - next link will help you apply
Step by step guide to applying for help with childcare costs
Where to find childcare in your area.
Lots of information about all stages of learning.
Advice for parents on all aspects of parenting
Advice on lots of different areas for families
Lots of advice on children's well being and resilience and how to deal with certain situations
Internet safety for children
Thinkuknow produces online resources for children of different age ranges (5-7; 8-10; 11-13;
14+) as well as parents/carers. It offers information on keeping children safe on phones, tablets and computers.
Childnet offers resources for staying safe online, including guidance on cyberbullying, how to restrict in-app purchases, and how to set up family agreements to set clear expectations for a positive and safe internet use.
This interactive website is funded and commissioned by Public Health Nottinghamshire and managed by the Youth Service. The website is aimed at young people aged 5-11 and their parents/carers. It provides information in a fun and interactive way, in order to support children and young people’s emotional and physical health and well-being.
Details from the Children's Centres about support available for the under 5's.
Lucy Faithfull Foundation