Wakefield have provided websites which give lots of links to local information, support and advice for children and families –

Wakefield Council – Childcare Search – Enquiry

Here are some useful links to support you in talking about online safety and devices with your child/children

2) Conversation Starters

Ask the awkward – parent and carers

Family Agreement

Keeping my child safe on snapchat

Keeping my child safe on TikTok

Let’s Talk About Life Online

Parents and Carers Resource Sheet


Useful links and resources from Wakefield Council, including wellbeing, parent support and advice, how to locate local childcare providers…


This link

takes you directly to the online courses available to do at your own pace to provide support

“to understand your child’s feelings, as well as your own, as you go through life as a family. Learn to understand the changes in your child’s development and how to support them, whilst also strengthening your relationship.”


Please click on the link for a safe activity checklist from West Yorkshire Sport

West Yorkshire Sport Safe Activity Checklist

Please click on the link below for information from Wakefield Council regarding finding childcare

Please click on the link below for download


Please click on the link below for download
Questions for parents to ask to check safeguarding

If you think your child may be eligible for Free School Meals please follow this link to the Wakefield Council website

A link to supporting your children’s remote education

A link to a digital pack with information on safer sleep for babies

SSW22 Poster Pack

We are all aware that mental and emotional wellness is very important. This website was recommended to us to share with everyone. You may find some of the ideas useful.



Emotional Wellbeing Support Materials

2 Sleepy foods list SCH (003)

1600 28 day mindfulness book v2 (2) (1)

Average Sleep Needs

Info on Coronovirus for younger children

Promoting your child’s wellbeing – infants (yr two transition) (1)

the_good_night_guide_for_children (1)

transitions parent handout – primary