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Parental Support

family - home support

Health and Wellbeing

CEOP Parent Zone - 'How to look after your family mental health when you are stuck indoors.'

Young Minds - 'We’re the UK’s leading charity fighting for children and young people's mental health. Find out more about us, our mission and how we work.'

Kooth  - Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people

Benefits - Includes eligibility, appeals, tax credits and Universal Credit.

Turn2Us - 'Turn2us is a national charity helping people when times get tough.  We provide financial support to help people get back on track.'

Additional support

NetMums - 'We're here to make parents feel heard, supported and entertained on every step of their parenting journey.'

Community Kitchen - The vision of Bingley Community Kitchen is to develop a healthier and more food-secure community within the Bingley district by helping children, families, and the elderly within the community to eat well through a range of services, such as the provision of food parcels, slow cooker meal packs and cook and eat sessions.


Parental Involvement

Please contact the school office if you would like information about adult courses:

  • Nurturing Course
  • Speakeasy
  • Keeping up with the children MATHS
  • Playing with sounds - An introduction to phonics in Reception
  • Internet Safety - Help keep your child safe online CEOP

At Trinity All Saints, we value the interest and time parents spend helping their children and the school as a whole.  We are working continually to improve the breadth of opportunities available to our children.

Parental Involvement is about

  • Having positive parenting skills in terms of love, kindness, generosity, being responsive, supportive, and consistent, providing opportunities and taking an interest in children.
  • It is about talking with and listening to children, helping with homework and discussing school.
  • Finding out more about what and how children learn in school so that parents have a clearer understanding of how to help their child at home.
  • Creating opportunities for learning in and amongst everyday life, when getting to school by bus, on foot, or by car, shopping in a supermarket, cooking a meal, eating together, cleaning, washing etc.
  • Spending quality time together playing a game, playing with toys, going to the park, kicking a ball about, visiting places of interest, and going for a walk.
  • Sharing experiences which can be enjoyed together.
  • Meeting the physical needs of the children in terms of ensuring they get a good night's sleep, eating breakfast, supporting children in getting ready for school, organising and monitoring a child’s time.

The Benefits of Parental Involvement

For Children:
  • Increased support for learning
  • Improved confidence
  • Raised self-esteem
  • Higher motivation
  • Raised aspirations
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Improved behaviour/more positive attitude
  • Greater success/achievement
For Parents:
  • Parents have/or develop positive attitudes towards school.
  • Parents attach greater importance to the value of children’s learning and education.
  • Parents become increasingly confident and are able to support and extend their child’s learning.
  • Support and advice for parents to develop their own learning and skills.
For School:
  • When similar schools are compared, those with strong home-school links have consistently fewer problems related to pupil work and behaviour.
  • Schools that work well with parents, share information and tackle misunder­standing and problems at an early stage; celebrate improved levels of achievement, and enjoy positive pupil attitudes and behaviour.