Huntstanton Primary

Useful Links

As a school we have created this page specifically for your use. Please see below some helpful and useful links to local and national organisations who are offering help in a variety of different situations.

As always if we can help in any way please just ask. Anything disclosed will be kept in the strictest of confidence.

Hunstanton and District Food Bank

Early Help and Family Support

Citizens Advice Bureau - Norfolk

The Benjamin Foundation

Childline

Samaritans

Hunstanton Helping Hands

Coastal Community Supermarket

Numbots

Help with living costs

Get Help

Information for parents and carers from Family Learning

Information from Hunstanton Library

Matthew Project - online support group for parents of children under 19 who are misusing substances

 

MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING

www.happymaps.co.uk

HappyMaps website is a single hub of reliable, up-to-date and professional advice on mental health problems in children and young people. It covers many common problems including anxiety, self-harm, tics, gender dysphoria, ADHD, eating disorders, suicidal thoughts and much more. It also has a pre-school section for issues such as sleep, behaviour, and fussy eating. 

Broadband Parental Controls & Internet Safety for Children 

Support for residents to Self Isolate

Ask Lily - information to help adults get involved in the community

Norfolk Against Holiday Hunger - Campaign to make Free School Meals Permanent in school holidays

Information from Children & Young People's Health Services Norfolk

Sources of support for Young Carers

Bereavement Support Group

Crisis Support National Funders - information for community organisations trying to access support

Information on essential NHS services during coronavirus  

Notes for families - headlice

Out and About in Norfolk - Activities for Children and Young People

Norfolk Library Service

Family Information Service - Norfolk County Council

Parent View

www.norfolk.gov.uk/adultlearning

www.norfolk.gov.uk/education-and-learning

Norfolk SEND Partnership

Children and Young People's Health Service