Support for Parents

Rye College Parent Supporters

Parent supporters are parents who offer support to other parents who might not find it easy to approach school over a problem or concern. 

Parent Supporters are on hand to offer advice and support to others, or even to accompany other parents to meetings in school.

Here is the email address for Parent Supporters at Rye College

Parent Information Booklet - How to support your child

Rye College booklet about how to support your child at school

Parentlink - special Educational Needs and Disability Helpline

parentlinklogoInformation, advice & support for parents and carers of children with special educational needs (SEN).

Download Parent Link leaflet

British Dyslexia Association's website

British Dyslexia AssociationLink to the parents & carers section on the British Dyslexia Association's website

Family Information Service - All the information families need

esccInformation and advice about all Children’s Services including registered child care (from crèches to out of school clubs), nurseries, health information, leisure, support for children with additional needs, and much more. This confidential service is free to all parents and carers.

East Sussex ASD Parent Information Pack – Support Groups and Services

Here's a document listing Support Groups & Services on the East Sussex County Council's website

Net Mums

A good parent information website, here's it's page for parent toddler groups

For Parents By Parents

This directory page from ForParentsByParents seems quite good

Understanding Progress in English & Maths

A useful document from the DCSF explaining Progress in English and Progress in Maths and how to support your child's development

Updated: 05/11/2014

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