Here are some links to websites that you may find useful:
Information on school closures in our area during bad weather
This website contains lots of information about the Schools admissions process (how and when to apply)
This website has information about education and children’s’ services available to you and your family
If you are concerned about a child whether it’s your own, a family member, neighbour or a member of the community the NSPCC offer a free help line service 24 hours a day. 365 days a year. If you think a child is in immediate danger call 999 straightaway.
The Underwear Rule. The Underwear Rule is a simple way that parents can help keep children safe from abuse – without using scary words or mentioning sex.
This website offers lots of information about the Sure Start Children’s Centres and the workshops and drop in services they offer
This website offers help and practical support for you and your family to get the most from reading
This website offers road safety advice for parents who are allowing their children to walk to school independently
This website offers information about using computers and keeping children safe on the internet
This website offers practical help and advice on issues that parents face
The Merton Music Foundation was formed in 1991 as a charitable organisation to protect and enhance music education within the London Borough of Merton.
This link will allow you check your eligibility and to apply directly for free school meals in Merton
Home work help
Practise your typing skills with Dance Mat Typing
Follow Barnaby Bears adventures around the world
These links offers general resources for some of the curriculum areas
Wimbledon Chase Primary School has made reasonable endeavours to ensure that these links are up to date and appropriate. However, we are not responsible for the content of any external site linked to from within this site.
Ready to learn every day
There are a few things that you can do to support your child from getting the very best from their time at school. Family Action have teamed up with the NAHT to create a series of leaflets offering tips and advice to ensure pupils are ready to learn.
To access their website follow the link: http://www.family-action.org.uk/
Getting the most out of school
Giving your child a helping hand
Your child’s wellbeing
Speaking and Listening