For Parents

This page provides parents with information which may be helpful to them. We are planning on implementing a discussion forum for parents in the future, so keep checking back here for more info.

Family guide to changes in benefits 2013

A family guide to changes in benefits can be downloaded by clicking here. Please note you will need Adobe Acrobat reader to view this document, which can be downloaded from here.

Norfolk SEN website

A new website has been launched by Norfolk County Council revolving around various aspects of SEN. The site can be reached by clicking here.

Extended Schools & Parenting Support

Extended school services are designed to help you balance work and family commitments, support your children with their studies and give them a broader range of experiences and interests outside of their usual school day. Caister High School is part of the Caister & Flegg cluster of Schools. As a cluster we have an ongoing commitment to Extended Schools, we have employed within our cluster an Extended Schools Coordinator & Parent Support Adviser, these roles further strengthen the support we offer to our families. This support include access to, or information about:

  • childcare & holiday club information
  • activities for your child
  • parenting and family support
  • swift & easy access to specialist help
  • community clubs & local information

You can find more information at our cluster Extended Schools website at www.caisterandfleggschools.org.

The latest Extended Schools newsletter can be found here. This is a Microsoft Word document. If you do not have Microsoft Office on your computer, you can download Word Viewer from this link which will allow you to view this document.

Autism-friendly Film Screenings

Did you know that Cinema City in Norwich hold regular Autism Friendly screenings of family films.

Autism-Friendly Screenings are film screenings especially for people on the autism spectrum and their families, friends and carers. Some people with autism are sensitive to sound and light and they can find going to the cinema difficult.

During Autism-Friendly Screenings low lights are left on in the auditorium and the volume of the soundtrack is reduced. It is fine for customers to move around, make noise or take a break during the film.

For more info, please visit the website.

16 to 19 Bursary

The school’s 16 to 19 bursary policy can be accessed here. A bursary application form can be downloaded by clicking here. For further information or guidance on the 16 to 19 bursary, please contact the school. These are Microsoft Word documents. If you do not have Microsoft Office on your computer, you can download Word Viewer from this link which will allow you to view this document.

A guide to childcare for disabled children

A guide to childcare for disabled children, published by the Daycare Trust, can be downloaded from here.

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