18th March 2022

Please look in our Covid information section for the most recent guidance available for parents in Newcastle upon Tyne linked to Living with Covid 19.


14th - 18th February 2022

 Staff have set aside time after each session this week to meet with parents about their children's progress. Please contact your child's keyworker to book an appointment for a meeting. If you are unable to meet with us in person, please let staff know and they will up-date you with a written report on Class Dojo. Thank you for your help with our parent and staff communications.


 Wellbeing and Welfare

 This link below will take you to an information page for Newcastle with all kinds of support links and telephone numbers including those for benefits, crisis or emergency support, food, gas and electricity


 22.5.2020 - Please see letter for parents from Newcastle City Council in the Covid-19 section

- Take a look at this website at Hungry Little Minds. for ideas to do with children from newborn till 5.
Food Parcels
If you find that you are struggling for food at the moment we have a contact for a group that can help with supplying food parcels. Please send an email to admin@monkchesterroad.newcastle.sch.uk - all queries will be dealt with confidentially.
Online Support
Action for Children is offering free online parenting support for families with children aged 0-19. You can ask us for help on all sorts of things – from how to keep your children entertained at home, to how to handle difficult behaviour, to how to manage stress and anxiety at this challenging time.  Head to www.parents.actionforchildren.org.uk to read our advice and useful resources, or talk directly to a parenting coach via our confidential 1-1 live chat.  Whatever you need, Action for Children are here to listen and support you.
Communicating with Children during this time of crisis (ICAN)
Take a look at our 'things to do at home' ideas for information and websites from the communication charity ICAN.
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