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Family Support


 
Most of you will have met our Family Workers at one time or another, either at school events or on a one to one basis. We are here to offer support and assistance to our families at Whitefield.

Should you have anything you would like to discuss, whether it be starting school, toilet training, housing problems, benefits or if you need help completing forms, then please come and see us.

Our office is located within the main school building next to the reception classes. If you would like to speak with one of us, either contact the main school office by phone 596108 or in person. Alternatively, you can contact us directly on 599314.
Our door is always open and you are welcome at any time!

** NOTICE **

We are very fortunate to have our own foodbank within school.

During these difficult times we are able to support you with food parcels and care packages if required. Please contact us and we can arrange for you to collect or we can deliver the parcels to you.

We also have preloved uniform available in various sizes and a selection of coats and shoes. These are available at no charge.

Level Trust also support us with uniform and shoe vouchers so if you need support please let us know.

Whitefield Explorers

Whitefield Explorers will be back soon. Please look out for our new timetable.

Come along and join your child in making new friends, discovering new things and exploring their senses.

Mums, Dads, Grandparents, Childminders & Carers welcome

We look forward to seeing you!

Free School Meals

If you feel your family may be entitled to free school meals but are unsure how to apply, come and see our Family Workers who will be happy to help you.

Applications can be made online. However, if you do not have access to a computer at home we can arrange an appointment with the Family Workers to give you access to a school computer.

Please come prepared with your National Insurance number and a note of any benefits you may be receiving.

 Packed Lunches

Is your child bored of the same packed lunch every day? Are you running out of fresh ideas?
Click here for lunchbox ideas!

 

Healthy Eating

Adult Education and Career Advice

Would you like to extend your skills/qualifications, begin a new career or fancy a new hobby? Click here to find out more!

Bereavement Advice

For invaluable services to help families following the death of someone close click here.

Health and Fitness

Click on the links below for Sports/Leisure information in and around Luton and links regarding health matters.

Active Luton

Change4Life

Luton Borough Council Information

Here are various links that may be useful to you, including Housing & Benefits.

Luton Borough Council Homepage

Housing

Benefits - Information about current benefits and the welfare reform

Parenting and Behaviour

Luton Information Service -Luton Family Information Service (FIS) provides information, advice and guidance on a variety of services, helplines and websites that are useful to parents, carers, children and young people under the age of 20, and professionals who work with them.

Family Lives - A website for parents and families formerly known as Parentline Plus.

Greenhouse Mentoring - GreenHouse provides trained volunteer mentors to help children reach their potential.

Home-Start - Support and friendship for families

Other Useful Links

Flying Start - Flying Start will make a positive and systematic change to the lives and life chances of babies and young children from pregnancy to five years of age in Luton for future generations.

Level Trust - Level Trust exists to remove the barriers that poverty brings to a child's education in Luton. We work in partnership with schools and families to ensure that every child has what they need to do their very best at school.

Words for Life - This new website Words for Life gives you an idea of what communication milestones your baby and child might reach as they grow. There are ideas for fun activities you can do together to help your children develop their skills.