Support for Families
We are fortunate at St Peter’s to have Ms Skuse, our Pastoral and Safeguarding Lead and Mrs Payne who provide additional support for our parents as well as our children.
We have a range of support available for families, including a really successful Nurture Parenting Programme which runs for 12 weeks with Ms Skuse and Mrs Payne. This course has run for the past 3 years and can provide parents/carers with a toolbox of ideas for managing children's behaviour. Over the weeks we come up with ideas to try at home for the whole family.
Watch this space for further information on Parental Support.
Please click here for a copy of our Behaviour Policy.
Please click here for a copy of the letter sent home to families about using accessible parking spaces in the school car park.
Many of parents/carers at our FAB (Families are Brilliant) Friday coffee morning expressed an interest in completing a Paediatric First Aid Course. In the academic year 2018/19 we offered them a chance to do this at Bishopsworth Childrens Centre delivered by the Learning Community Team.
Watch this space for details of upcoming courses from November 2019.
Christians against Poverty (CAP) are running 6 weekly sessions at SPARCS to help anyone with financial support- starting in September 2019
Extending adult learning
In partnership with the Learning Communities Team, we listen to parents/carers thoughts and organise courses to suit. One of the most popular courses is healthy cooking. IN 2018/2019 we had 14 parents start this fun course in term 3. This group researched recipes, planned, prepped and cooked! Some of their delicious food was sold in school at our events, eg Winter Wanderland.
Here is a photo of some children who had the chance to taste food cooked by their parents/carers last year.
Some of our happy cooks!
Hawkspring - drug and Alcohol Support
Winstons Wish are offering bereaved children a monthly drop in session in Old Market, Bristol. Click here for more information
South Bristol Advice Service - benefit and debt advice- Call 0117 9038358
Barnardos Creating safer childhoods, stronger families and positive futures
NSPCC Supporting children and families
Homestart - support and friendship for families
Bristol Parent Carers - for families and young people with disabilities and life limiting conditions
Our school makes donations to our local Foodbank - Carpenters Food store at the Withywood Centre - Call 0117 9878400. Please talk to Ms Skuse or Mrs Payne if you are in need of some support.
Into University - homework club at the Withywood Centre - Call 0117 9878400
What about the school holidays?
In October half term, week of 28th October, South Bristol Holiday Activity Club is running at the Park Centre, Knowle West. This is available for children in the community aged 8-13 years, here is more information.
SPAN - single parent action network
Gingerbread - for single parents
Children and Young People
WASPS - holiday play scheme at the Withywood Centre - Call 0117 9878400
Youth Moves - free activities for children from 8 years old and above in South Bristol. Find out more www.youthmoves.org.uk
Bristol Library Service - baby bounce and rhyme sessions and story time sessions in Hartcliffe and Bishopsworth libraries. Find out more www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries
Bike Mechanics - Rebuild a bike and keep it! 1-4pm Tuesdays @Hartcliffe Farm
Creative Work Space @Community Arts Centre, Queens Road, Withywood - full details and advance booking on www.creativeworkspacebristol.co.uk
Out and About - short breaks for children and young people with additional needs. If you would like more information, contact email@example.com
South Bristol Childrens Centres have lots of activities at Bishopsworth and Four Acrea.
Bristol based parenting courses dates and venues across Bristol
Courses at HWV@The Gatehouse Whether you want to brush up on your skills to gain employment or keep up with your children.
Positive minds - mental wellbeing support
Mind Ed free resource on children and young peoples mental health
Young Minds Mental health services for children
Place 2 be Mental health supporting families and schools
Reading groups - supporting mental health and wellbeing
Bristol hate crime services community based service
Educate against hate practical advice on protecting children