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Parent Wellbeing

This area links  you to external websites offering a range of specific support; please see menu options on the left. Wendy Taylor is a registered domestic abuse champion, please contact the school if you need her support.

There are also some useful resources listed below which offer wellbeing tips and support to families

This page will be updated regularly. As always, if you are a family in crisis or need support from school, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

There are also outside organisations that are able to you, each one can give you advice on support on their specialised areas.

Organisation  What they do


Citizens Advice

Can provide advice on the following topics:

  • Benefits
  • Work 
  • Debt and money
  • Consumer 
  • Housing 
  • Family
  • Immigration
  • Law and Courts 
  • Health
0800 144 8848
Debt Advice Services Can give free and independent debt advice over the phone and online. 0808 808 4000
Helping Hand Bucks County Council has a dedicated Helping Hand phone line for households worried about food or warmth over the winter season. They will ask questions about your circumstances so that they can provide the best advice and help.  01296 531 151

You can use this website to find your nearest foodbank.

Shelter Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support, and legal services. 0808 800 4444
MIND We provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. 0300 123 3393
Samaritans They are there day or night, for anyone who’s struggling to cope, who needs someone to listen without judgement or pressure. 116 123


Chiltern Wood School Parents’ Wellbeing Charter

This charter has been drawn up with the following principles in mind:

  • Take care of yourself
  • Take care of others
  • Take care of this school

Everyone within the school community has a responsibility to consider the impact s/he makes on themselves, others, and the school environment, through the decisions they make.


Parents have the right to …

  • Peace of mind that their child is being kept safe and that wellbeing is the school’s highest priority
  • Clear communication about what their child will be learning over the coming half term or term
  • Clear communication about what their child has learned through the home school diary and reports, including photos to ‘paint a picture’ of life at school
  • Face to face meetings as often as practical
  • Opportunities to discuss their child through termly parents’ evenings, an annual review and as often as necessary informally through phone calls


Parents are responsible for …

  • Being an active partner in communication with school, responding to messages in the home school diary or via Dojo
  • Attending parents’ evenings
  • Attending professionals’ appointments to get the most expert advice for the children and young people
  • Communicating any significant changes to staff
  • Following school policy with regard to sickness and absence