In this section, you will find links to other websites that have information for parents, carers and pupils.
Copy and paste the following link into your browser to access the School Gateway where you can pay online for school dinners, trips, clubs etc.
Times Tables Rock Stars
Pupils can follow this link and sign in to revise their times tables:
Maths Chase is a completely free site where you can quickly test your times tables.
Benefits of sleep | The Impact of Sleep on the Body (Guide)
This guide offers lots of helpful information such as:
- How sleep (and lack of it) impacts our body, how much sleep we need as we age, and the dangers associated with sleep deprivation.
- How crucial sleep is for a child’s development as well as how to help kids fall asleep and create a healthy bedtime routine.
- Information about poor sleeping patterns and insomnia, what causes them, and advice on how to more easily fall asleep and get enough rest.
A Guide to Cyberbullying
Follow this link to a comprehensive guide about cyberbullying:
Useful tips to keep your children safe whilst online
Here are some tips for parents to make sure that children are aware of online risks and how to stay safe:
Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder
Below is a link to information on understanding autism spectrum disorder in several languages (Urdu/Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Bengali)
This a free helpline staffed by qualified counsellors and recovered addicts. Caring for and supporting both individuals and the families of those suffering from addiction is a job these people take very seriously. Just click on the link below:
Helpful Parenting Links
Click on the link below to find a wide range of useful links which we hope will assist parents with many childhood queries and challenges:
Official Opening Press Releases 2017
Follow the links below to view local media coverage of the official opening of our key stage 2 building on 16th November 2017:
Year 4 Homework Link
Click on the link to upload your homework for Mr Nottingham!
What would you do if you saw/heard a child or young person in your community being treated in a way which made you feel uncomfortable or concerned for their safety? It’s worth knowing that you can report it anonymously to the NSPCC: email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08088005000
For more information go to: nspcc.org.uk
Maths no Problem, the Singapore Method
As part of our commitment to improving teaching and learning at Mellers, we will be using the Singapore approach to teaching mathematics. This involves the use of high quality textbooks to ensure that all children develop a deep understanding in all areas of maths. Here is a link to a set of videos that help parents to understand more about this approach.in order to help children at home. They are short and easy to watch so please take time to take a look!
CityCare School Health Team
If you have a medical concern about your children at Mellers please click the link below to access a wealth of advice and information from the CityCare school health team.
DfE Performance Tables
Click the link below for the Department for Education’s website:
Click the link below for details of the NHS Stoptober Campaign:
Radford and Lenton Library:
Ofsted Parent Portal