For anyone looking for support, here are some useful websites and contact numbers.

Young People

Childline:  0800 11 11

Living Life to the Full:  https://www.llttfyp.com/corona/

Healthier Minds:

Young Minds:    https://youngminds.org.uk/

LGBT Youth Scotland:    https://www.lgbtyouth.org.uk/
email:    info@lgbtyouth.org.uk

Parents and Carers

Parentline:  08000 28 22 33

The Community Hub:  0141 876 9555

East Renfrewshire Council, Voluntary Action East Renfrewshire and the HSCP are working together to co-ordinate volunteers and to deliver help to those in need

Healthier Minds:

Living Life to the Full:  https://llttf.com/corona/

Young Minds Parent Helpline:  0808 8025544

Scottish Autism:   01259 222022

Online Mental Health Resources

Healthier Minds is East Renfrewshire Council’s guide to promoting the mental wellbeing and resilience of our children and young people.  The site is regularly being updated to give useful advice https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/er/healthierminds/coping-covid-19/

As a school we also have a site license for Living Life to the Full course. This provides practical advice for positive mental health, using CBT techniques and can be found at  www.llttf.com

Password: yp983364

Parentline, run by Children 1st, are available to give support to parents and carers on 08000 282233 or online at children1st.org.uk

In addition we regularly provide information on our school twitter feed.

Provision for Pupils of Key Workers

If you are a key worker, and have not already done so, please complete this


This is to allow the school to prioritise continued education and childcare, where there is no alternative provision.

Key Workers fall into three categories:

Category 1

Health and Care workers directly supporting COVID response and associated staff; Health and Care workers supporting life threatening emergency work as well as critical primary and community care provision; Energy suppliers (small numbers identified as top priority already); staff providing childcare / learning for other category 1 staff.

Category 2

All other Health and Care workers and wider public sector workers providing emergency / critical welfare services (e.g. Fire, Police, Prisons, Social Workers,), as well as those supporting our Critical National Infrastructure, without whom serious damage to the welfare of the people of Scotland would be caused.

Category 3

All workers without whom there could be a significant impact on Scotland (but where the response to Covid-19, or the ability to perform essential tasks to keep the country running, would be severely compromised).


School Car Park – Thursday 12th March 2020

The school car park will be subject to work on Thursday to make it safer. The work will be near to the entrance to the car park and may cause some disruption.  Drop Off bays in particular will be limited.   We shall try and limit the disruption as best as we can but ask for your patience and extra caution is taken.

Thank you for your assistance.

S4 – S6 Easter School Information

The Parents’ Evening Booking System (click on link for booking system) for Easter School will go live at 7pm on Monday 9th March and close at midnight on Wednesday 18th March 2020.

Morning Session: 9am-12noon                        

Afternoon Session: 1pm – 4pm

The sessions cost £7.50 per half day session.

Sessions will be confirmed after this date and payment due on Parentpay must be paid by Tuesday 31st March to allow your child to attend the session/s.

Children in receipt of Free School Meals will be exempt from payment, however will still require to book sessions online.

Please note that we are unable to refund payments for non-attendance by pupils as we have committed to running sessions.

Easter School Timetable

Health and Wellbeing Event

Health and Wellbeing Evening
Tuesday 10th March 2020
7.00 pm – 8.40 pm

We are running 12 different workshops to provide parents and carers with information and strategies to help them support their child’s health and wellbeing. Workshops will be led by teaching staff, Educational Psychologists, GP, Anti-bullying ambassadors, RAMH and Police Scotland. More information about each of the workshops can be found in our Health and Wellbeing Brochure Brochure  .

There will be an opportunity to attend 2 workshops on the night which must be booked in advance via our parents night booking system https://eastwood.parentseveningsystem.co.uk/

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