HPS Primary

Knowledge Hub

KNOWLEDGE HUB

Bringing it all together

Life, school and parenting in general can sometimes be a complicated thing. Our knowledge hub is designed to collect together our how-to guides, as well as more general advice, on different subjects. You can read through the ones that interest you – if there’s something you think we should have a guide on, please let us know!

Use the menu in the green box above to choose a guide, or have a look at some of the featured ones below.

School Meals

Apply for Free School Meals

If you qualify, you also get a free item of uniform and other discounts!

Payments

Pay for school meals, clubs & uniform

Pay for school meals, clubs and uniform online.

Home Learning

Use remote Learning Systems

Get links to all of the different learning systems you can use from home.

Keep your child safe online

The digital world can seem like it’s full of dangers. We have systems and policies in place at School to help protect our children in the education environment. But what about when they’re not in school?

Safety

Report a concern

Have a concern about a child’s safety or an adult’s behaviour? We want to know.

Money

Get more money for school

There’s two easy thing’s you can do to help HPS get more money for your children.

Seesaw

Use Seesaw as a parent

See what your children are working on in school and send or read messages from the class teacher.

Seesaw

Use Seesaw to submit work from home

Submit homework and get feedback from teachers using the app.

Other useful information

These links are from around the web – we didn’t write them, but thought they be useful to you:

ThinkUknow

A great resource about staying safe when using your phone, tablet or laptop. Broken down by age group, with good bits for parents and children.

Family Worker

The Cambridgeshire Early Intervention Family Worker newsletter contains lots of useful information, activities and resources for parents.

Net Aware (NSPCC)

Type in the name of any app or service and net-aware will give you a safety rating and tell you what to watch out for. A great starting point if your child is using an app you’ve never heard of! 

Adult Learning

Cambridgeshire Skills offers adults the opportunity to develop their skills for learning and life.  Qualified tutors offer adult learning courses online and face to face. Adults that have attended these courses go on to further education or into employment.

Courses range from English, Maths, and IT to Art, Job hunting, CV’s and ESOL.

For further information contact their Admissions Team on 01353 613013 or email cambsals@cambridgeshire.gov.uk

Highlight

School Returns

It’s a new school year and things are starting to return to normal. There are a few changes to the entrances and start/end times for each year group.