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01536 512581
Anyone in the office will be glad to help with your query!

Address
Grafton Street,
Kettering,
Northamptonshire
NN16 9DF

St Andrew's TV

Here at St Andrew’s we understand that these are challenging and unsettling times, with school being closed to almost all children.   We want you to know that we are still here for you.

Whether you have a question about your learning, or you are feeling a bit worried, here we aim to provide some helpful advice and activities to help you through this difficult time; until we are able to open up the school again. You can always contact Ben Arnell (headteacher) on  or our Parent Support Advisor Chris Parfitt on  anytime. Additionally, remember you can consult with teachers via email; they would love to hear how you are getting on.

If you are struggling with emotional health / isolation these are the online resources you could tap into:

www.mind.org.uk : on line help and advice

https://www.nhft.nhs.uk/iapt  : Online support through webinars, online portal and telephone support.

https://www.headspace.com/  : A mindfulness app

There is also the community resilience team via Northamptonshire County Council who can support anyone who is self isolating / shielding and needs shopping, medicines fetching or befriending they can be contacted via:  Call 0300 126 1000 and select Option 5 (Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm).

Parents

If you are struggling for food - please see the document called 'Kettering Food Outlets' on the right of this page for information on where you can get food locally and on which day. If you are wondering how to discuss the Coronavirus  (Covid 19)  with your children, please read the helpful documents in the sidebar of the page offering the latest advice on how to ensure your children understand the important facts regarding the virus, without overloading them.

For children

Here are some PSHE activities for you to complete.

 Meet Harold, who will challenge you to complete a daily diary. Harold is encouraging children to look after themselves in these 5 different areas: 

  1. Be Active
  2. Get Creative
  3. Mindful Moments
  4. Connect with Others 
  5. Give to Others

Follow this link to access the daily activities

Having trouble sleeping?

Why not have a look at this KS2 PSHE lesson on sleep.

P4C

If you would like to challenge your thinking, or the thinking of those around you, why not try some P4C with your family?  These short 1 minute videos have been made available for free by Jason Buckley – The Philosophy Man, whilst the schools are closed. Just follow the link below:

freely available on our Youtube Channel. 

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