Support for Families

Please click on the collapsible boxes below to access information and links that may be of use to our families.

Please note some resources are from external sources and St Philip’s is not responsible for its content.

Sources of information

Emotional Coaching Scripts

This poster is provided by staff at St Philip’s School to help managing emotions of our young people.

SPS Emotion Coaching Scripts

Royal Borough of Kingston Resources

Support for children and young people with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND) booklet published by Royal Borough of Kingston

Kingston and Richmond Safeguarding Children Partnership

Connected Kingston Support Hub

Early Help is all about identifying needs within families early and providing coordinated support to build resilience before problems become complex.

 

Citizen Advice

Citizen Advice Richmond

Monday to Friday 10am-4pm

Tel: 080 82 78 78 73

Citizen Advice Kingston

Tel: 02031 660953

Cost of Living Support

We understand that some of our families will face financial difficulties and would encourage parents/carers to seek help. We have put together some resources which can be accessed below. Please ask to speak to a member of staff in confidence if you require additional support.

Richmond Cost of Living Support Hub

Kingston Cost of Living Support Hub

BBC Children In Need Emergency Essentials Programme

The programme provides items that meet a child’s most basic needs such as a bed to sleep in, a cooker to provide a hot meal and other items of services critical to a child’s wellbeing.

Benefits Calculator

From Martin Lewis’ Money Saving Expert website

Inspire Sport Kingston

Use the link below to take you to the Inspire Sport Kingston website.

INclusive SPort IRecreation and Exercise is open to anybody aged 15+ with special educational needs, giving young people the opportunity to play sports such as basketball, cricket, short tennis, volleyball and much more.

Inspire Sport Kingston