Letters to parents by text
When we send information and letters out to parents by text message with a link to our website, we will place the information here.
World Asthma Day
School Streets Survey
We are gathering views on how the School Street trial measures are working for you. To give your feedback find the school name from the list below and complete the survey. This should take around 5 minutes.
The surveys close on 7th May 2023, 11:59pm.
Stay and Play
Healthy Families Parent Ambassador (HFPA) Programme
Tower Hamlets Residence Support Team
Newham College of Further Education - free online courses
Are you considering a career in Healthcare, Childcare, Social care or Learning Support?
Why not apply today for one of our short online Level 2 courses: Certificate in Understanding Behaviour that Challenges or Certificate in Awareness of Mental Health Problems or Information Advice and Guidance and boost your employment prospects.
- Achieve a nationally recognised Level 2 Qualification
- Develop personal and professional skills
- Fully online enrolment and study in your own time
- Receive support from a dedicated team
Contact Danielle.watts@Newham.ac.uk or Paul.email@example.com to secure your place today.
*learners will need to be aged 19+, live in a London Borough, have leave to remain in the UK and either unemployed and claiming benefit or working and earning the London Living wage or below to be eligible for free courses.
Learn to become a Teaching Assistant in 2022-23
Mental Health and Wellbeing
Flu Vaccination Clinics
Reception screening booking
ASB and County Lines
Keeping well in winter
Free legal advice for parents
Tower Hamlets Parenting programmes
Coffee Morning at Wellington Way Health Centre
Cost of Living Help - Social tariffs
Low income residents who claim certain benefits could be eligible for cheaper broadband and phone packages. Called ‘social tariffs’ or ‘essential/basic’ broadband by some providers, the service is delivered just like a normal package but at a lower price.
These prices are only available for people who claim benefits like Universal Credit, Pension Credit and others. As well as cutting household bills, the cheaper tariffs make sure people on low incomes are still able to connect to the world digitally.