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Useful Links

Useful Links

Internet Safety 

Report an Incident

Thinkuknow

Very useful website with information about keeping safe on the internet

Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go is an app that can be downloaded to smart phones or tablet computers. It is a type of augmented reality game where children roam around parks, shopping centres and other places finding virtual pets.
 
Your children will most likely already know about Pokemon Go and may be using it. We do not want to stop our children using this fun new technology game; however we want them to use it safety. Paedophiles are already using this  game to meet children.
 
All you need to know and all you need to do is tell your children that they must be with an adult when playing this game.
 
If you would like to know more please go to this website:

Disability Information Advice Line 

What is D.I.A.L? (Disability Information Advice Line) Worcestershire Dial is a free, confidential information and advice service which provide support for those with a disability within the Worcestershire area, enabling them to make informed decisions about their own lives. There are two Dials in the county.

NORTH WORCESTERSHIRE DIAL

Office: 01562 60241

Helpline: 0845 200 1072

Address: in Green Street Depot, Green Street Kidderminster DY10 1HA

Email: info@nwdial.org.uk

Website: www.nwdial.org.uk

SOUTH WORCESTERSHIRE DIAL

Tel: 01905 27790

Address: 54 Friary Walk, Crowngate Centre Worcester WR1 3LE

Email: mail@dialsworcs.org.uk

Website: www.dialsworcs.org.uk 

Link to Guide for Services

Paying for things at school 

Payments4Schools
Use Payments4Schools to pay for activities and school meals before 2 October 2015

ParentPay
Use ParentPay to pay for school meals and milk, ParentPay transfers the money to AiP who provide our school meals

SEND Information 

www.sendworcestershire.co.uk
The introduction of the 2014 Special Educational Needs Disabilities (SEND) Code of Practice states that all Local Authorities must provide parents,carers, children and young people with access to a SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) 

Children's Community Health Services

 

Children's Community Health Services


Support for parents and parents-to-be on issues such as baby blues, domestic abuse and frequently asked parenting questions