We understand how tricky times are at the moment and many of our families are affected by the rise in the cost of living. If you are in need of extra help during this difficult time, we are able to issue a food back voucher to families that attend our school.
To request a food bank voucher, you can speak to any member of staff who will pass on the request. However, we recognise that some parents may find a face to face conversation difficult and therefore we have set up an email address that can be used specifically to request a food bank voucher: email@example.com
We will need some brief details from you in the email:
- Your full name and address and your child’s name
- How many people live in your household and the ages of these people
- Brief reason as to why you require vouchers
- The date that you will be using the voucher at the Food Bank
- Any special requirements: dietary needs, dog food, nappies, cooking facilities etc e.g. microwave/kettle only
We will do this without judgement, and confidentiality will always be maintained.
Vouchers can be presented to any Black County Foodbank https://www.blackcountryfoodbank.org.uk and is valid for 3 working days from the date of issue.
Online programmes for parents
Dudley Early Help
Early Help is support given to a family when a problem first emerges. This support can be offered at any stage during a child or young person's life.
In Dudley the Early Help Strategy ensures that the appropriate level of support is put in place for children, young people and families.
|Brierley Hill Family Centre - 18 Parkes, Brierley Hill, DY5 3DY, 01384 813322|
|Halesowen Family Centre - Lye By-Pass, Stourbridge, DY9 8HT, 01384 813954|
|Stourbridge Family Centre - Forge Road, Stourbridge, DY8 1XF, 01384 818780|
|Dudley North Family Centre - Bayer Street, Bilston, WV14 9DS, 01384 813096|
|Dudley Central Family Centre - Selbourne Road, Dudley, DY2 8LJ, 01384|
|The Early Help Assessment|
The Early Help Assessment forms a key part of the Early Help Strategy and is a simple way to help identify the needs of children, young people and their families and make a plan to meet those needs. It is designed to be a shared tool which can be used by all agencies in Dudley who are delivering Early Help. It is a standardised approach so that all children and families Dudley have the same experience of identifying their needs, strengths and challenges. It also means that all agencies and partners are operating the same system which ensures greater consistency
Dudley Safeguarding People Partnership Board
3-5 James's Road, Dudley, West Midlands, DY1 1HZ
0300 555 0050
0300 555 0055
If you are a child or young person or if you have concerns about a child or young person:
Office hours 9am - 5pm
0300 555 0050
Out of office hours
0300 555 8574 or in an emergency call 999