This hub was created to collate together lots of helpful resources from across the internet that are available to help support you and your child.
The Fountains Federation is not responsible for content from external websites.
Home School Behaviour Contract
- Acceptable Use Policy
Data Collection Form
Photograph Consent Form
Transport of Medication Form
Absence Request Form
Disability Access Funding Application Form (DAF)
Parent Forums are the opportunity for Parent/Carers to have their voices heard; to find out what’s happening in school and to be part of the response to any developments in our school community. We have members of the Senior Leadership Team present and plan to have guest speakers on topics such as CSE, transport and out-of-school activities. All parents and carers of pupils attending the Fountains Federation are welcome to be part of the Forums.
Parent Forum facilitates regular, open communication and is designed to be collaborative, constructive and transparent
It is a body which can feed in views and represent the parents and carers of issues surrounding the school
It gives you an opportunity to get together on a regular basis with other parents to have your say on what the school is doing well, and ideas of how you feel things could be improved
It can help you get the advice and support to help and encourage your children achieve their potential
It can break down barriers between the school and parents and improve working relationships
The forum is not in place to address specific concerns about an individual child or issues relating to individual members of staff. If you need to discuss these issues, please approach the school directly.
Thursday 3rd September – Friday 23rd October
Monday 4th January – Friday 12th February
Monday 19th April – Friday 28th May
Monday 7th June – Friday 16th July
Monday 3rd May
My Kid Is Gay
LGBTQ+ Hub for Parents - Parentzone
Gender Dysphoria - NHS
NHS - Information for parents on trans children and gender dysphoria
Contacts & Agencies
Childnet - Childnet is a specialist online children's charity. Their aim is to help make the internet a great and safe place for children and young people.
0800 555 111
Sex & Relationships
CEOP - The CEOP is part of the UK law enforcement community, providing the ability to report on specific crimes involving the sexual abuse of children; grooming, CSE and trafficking.
Grooming, Sexting and Sending Nudes
Inappropriate or Explicit Content
Find out what inappropriate content is and how to support your child if they've seen something online that's upset them.
Stop It Now!
Selfies: The Naked Truth
The National Autistic Society - The leading UK charity for autistic people
YoungSibs - For Siblings of Disabled Children
British Dyslexia Association - Dyslexia Support
BBC Learning Zone - A range of short films, including dramas, animations and documentaries
Contact - for families with disabled children
Scratching, biting, hitting or banging the head against objects is common behaviour in children with an intellectual disability. Find out more.
Caring for a disabled child can create additional expenses for parents and have huge implications for family finances. This guide from ParentZone answers some frequently asked questions about financial help for parents of disabled children
Learning Difficulties, Autism & Internet Safety: A Parent's Guide
This guide from Mencap helps parents limit the risk of their child having negative experiences online and understand what action can be taken if they do.
Think U Know - Find the latest information on the sites you like to visit, mobiles and new technology. Find out what’s good, what’s not and what you can do about it.
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