Useful links

In this section we aim to provide some links to other organisations and school partners that may be useful to families and colleagues.

Parent Support Workshops offered by Southborough High School

Click here for more information and to book

Click the link below to take you to a page with information about Parenting courses offered by Kingston and Richmond, including a course for parents of children with ADHD

Kingston and Richmond Parenting courses

Click the link below to take you to the page with information and grants available to carers in Kingston and Richmond

Charitable Grant and Funding to help Families

 

Coronavirus update: we have compiled some useful links to support students, families and carers during the coronavirus outbreak. Please click here to visit the OHC&AT resources page.

Remote Education Statement, Spring 2021

SCAMPPS (Striving for Children’s Additional Medical, Physical and Personal Support)

Health support poster

Oxford Owl

Online Safety Guide for People with ASD

Yorda Adventures

EnhanceAble – supporting disabled people in Kingston upon Thames

TAG Youth Club for Disabled Young People

The National Autistic Society

The British Institute of Learning Disabilities

TEACCH Autism Program

PECS (United Kingdom)

Gina Davies Autism Centre

Epsom Riding for the Disabled Association

and-me.org.uk – help for families with disabled children

Female Genital Mutilation

Tender – Acting to End Abuse

E-safety

  • Thinkuknow provides guidance and help for parents who would like to know more about keeping their child safe online. They have help sections on topics such as grooming, online abuse and privacy settings.
  • CEOP Safety Centre – is a website which allows internet users to report anything unsafe online. They allow you to make a report about online abuse or the way someone has been communicating online. They also offer support from experienced child protection advisors.
  • Parents Protect – Advice, info on how to protect children from sexual abuse, what to do if sexual abuse has or is taking place, where to get help.

 

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

Blog

International Peace Day

On September 21st pupils and staff at St Philip’s joined with thousands of other schools and organisations to mark International Peace Day. This year we remembered all of those who have been forced to leave Afghanistan or are still living in …

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Plant Donation Thanks

A big thank you to Miranda and the team at B&Q in Leatherhead who have kindly donated trays and trays of flowers and plants to St Philip’s.  The flowers and plants will be re-planted during horticulture lessons into hanging baskets …

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Past Student Success

Over the past few years, St Philip’s School has held alumni events so that former students can return and catch up with current staff and students.  These events are always really well attended and provide the school with an opportunity …

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St Philip’s celebrates the life of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

On Wednesday 14th September we held a whole school assembly to celebrate the life of Queen Elizabeth II and to reflect on the values that she held so dearly, such as respect, tolerance and dedication.  These are all values that …

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