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Family support

Debt advice

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Community Clothes Bank events - Summer 2022

CommunityClothesBankeventsSpring2022Dear Families,
There are currently many financial pressures on families and we wanted to share a couple of local support initiatives that you might find useful either for yourself or to pass on to others.
Please see details of the kitchen and social cookery club (below) and also a local clothes bank (above/right).
Best wishes
Anita Ives
Pastoral support officer


Kitchen Social & Cookery Club
Beat the cost of living crisis

Fruit & Vegetable Stall at the sea end of Edgar Road, Cliftonville Every Saturday between 10:00am - 1:00pm.
Mixed Bowls of Fruit, Vegetables, Salad £1 a bowl With Cheese and Meat Half Price.
Do join our Facebook Page for Updates @kitchensocial&cookeryclub

KCC Reconnect - summer term home study support

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Please see the flier from KCC with details for remote support for Key stage 4 with Maths, Science and English.
Best wishes
Anita Ives
Pastoral Support Officer

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Emotional Wellbeing Practitioners

Introducing the Emotional Wellbeing Practitioners to Dane Court Grammar School 

boar drop shadow alpha trans 100pxDane Court Grammar school welcomes the Emotional Wellbeing Team - Sarah Johnson and Emily Barker. They are Emotional Wellbeing Practitioners who will be working within our school, and are hoping to get to know you and your child over the coming weeks and months, offering support when needed and finding out your ideas about how we can all work together to support the emotional wellbeing and mental health of students at Dane Court Grammar School.

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At risk of losing your home?

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Thanet District Council have some money that they have been given from the Contain Outbreak Management Fund (COMF) to support households who are at risk of losing their home, either by way of rent or mortgage arrears as a result of COVID-19.
This fund is available to anyone and everyone and you do not have to be in receipt of benefits to be eligible.
The criteria stipulates that households who have been adversely financially affected as a result of the pandemic are prioritised.

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