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Below is a list of Montessori sites that might be helpful to all our families.


"Montessori Parent Coronavirus Survival Guide: Thriving in an era of extended school closures." This e book has been put together to help parents of children 0-3, 3-6, 6-12 and Adolescents.  It brings together many helpful tips and links.


This is linked to which also has a lot of useful resources.

This document sets out 10 Ways to Encourage Your Child to do Chores, from Trillium Montessori. - this is the American Montessori Society and (whilst we make no excuses for Americanisms) suggests some things that might appeal.

Here you will find some suggested word reading activities from AMI for members of the Children's House.

Student Activities

We think the following article might be helpful even if you don’t have a dedicated ‘playroom’. In fact implementing Montessori in the home is about children’s space being alongside adult space.

5 Montessori Principles that Encourage your Child to Clean Up

Read the blog post by Junnifa Uzodike, AMI-trained Montessori educator for the 0-3 and 3-6 age level and AMI Board member, on using Montessori principles that can help encourage your children to clean up.

Here you will find several other resources:

Supporting Children and Young People with their Mental Health:



Anna Freud

We have posters at school drawing your attention to “Free Webinars for parents/carers supporting children and young people with their mental health”.  Please find the letter providing more detailed information here.

The NSPCC have a number of resources available giving advice to parents and carers on how to start talking to your child about online safety and how to get support if you're worried.


This factsheet is produced by the Safeguarding Training Centre from The Key and covers how  to keep screentime safe for children.


The linked handout is an overview of what the Family Information Service offers, to help support parents with infomation they may need.

Compiled by the NSPCC, this is a reading list of books for children and families about worries, anxieties and all those things that can creep up on us

For keeping safe on line

The information in the link below was shared with us from the nspcc and details how to support children and young people with worries and anxiety.

For tips to stop siblings fighting

This is a message from the Fire and Rescue Service Education Team to help us know about keeping safe from Fire. There’s even some activities which might be interesting!

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