Family Support from Warwickshire County CouncilWarwickshire County Council Compass Newsletter MayMind - The 5 ways to wellbeing Newsletter - May
To all our Families,
We hope you are keeping well and taking care. Please see below links to information from Warwickshire County Council to support you and your family at this challenging time.
Family Information Service newsletter – this is being sent out twice per week at the moment.  Due to the fact that the platform has recently moved to mailchimp, this is often landing in peoples junk mail (even if it didn’t used to), so please check if you haven’t seen the newsletter for a while.
Community led activities.  a spreadsheet put together by Localities teams listing a wide range of activities that are going on in communities to support locally i.e. volunteers to pick up shopping etc.  It is quite difficult to scroll through, but has some great local information –


Our safeguarding email remains in place for pupils and parents: This is being checked daily. Staff are checking their emails regularly in school hours, and I know a number of tutors have come up with imaginative ways to engage their tutees in online tutor time. The well-being of your children remains our priority, despite the distance between us al.

Free School Meal

For all parents in receipt of free school meals there is a further £30 from Warwickshire available to support you through the Easter Holidays. You are able to claim these vouchers by visiting The school will be in touch regarding the issue of further Tesco vouchers to support you and your child(ren) after the Easter holidays.
If you have any queries please email .

Local Food Banks

A list of Food Banks can be downloaded here should any family require their services at this difficult time.