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Holwell Primary School

Contact

admin@holwell.herts.sch.uk

Holwell Road, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, AL7 3RP

01707 323716

Family Support

Dear parents and carers,

I hope you have all managed to get back into the routine of school and have adapted to the changes that have taken place.

I just wanted to remind you that I am here and can offer you support and advice with a range of concerns you may have.

No problem is too big or too small.

You can contact me via the school number which is 01707 323716 or my mobile which is 07957361266, or email c.o'flaherty@holwell.herts.sch.uk.

Thank you,

Caroline

https://www.hertsdomesticabusehelpline.org/

Herts Domestic Abuse Helpline is a confidential, free, support and signposting service for anyone affected by domestic abuse

We are here to listen
Call 08 088 088 088
9am-9pm Monday to Friday and 9am-4pm weekends
Confidential email Kim@mailpurple.org

 

 

Dads play an important role in
a child’s life. This FREE
ONLINE COURSE will help you
be the Dad you want to be! .

See details below.

 

Your family’s health has never been so important.

Please see BeezeeBodies Families programme which has been
made virtual, so that they can continue to support Hertfordshire families - see flyer below.

Please visit the Change4Life website to get some great healthy ideas for packed lunches  https://www.nhs.uk/change4life/recipes/healthier-lunchboxes.

 

Just like adults, children and young people feel worried and anxious at times.

But if your child's anxiety is starting to affect their wellbeing, they may need some help.

There is a course starting after the half term called Understanding Anxiety in Children which may be of interest to you.

Details and booking information to follow.

Natural Steps

To Stronger, Safer Families

A Protective Behaviours Approach to Emotional Wellbeing

Now offered as an online course.

See details below.

Are you a parent/carer of children aged 4 – 11 and would
like some guidance, suggestions and tips on managing
their behaviour?