• Hitchin Boys' School
    Hitchin Boys' School
  • York Road Nursery School
    York Road Nursery School
  • The William Ransom Primary School
    The William Ransom Primary School
  • St Paul's Walden Primary School
    St Paul's Walden Primary School
  • Wilshere-Dacre Junior School
    Wilshere-Dacre Junior School
  • Offley Endowed Primary School
    Offley Endowed Primary School
  • Our Lady Catholic Primary School
    Our Lady Catholic Primary School
  • St Andrew's C of E School
    St Andrew's C of E School
  • Highbury Infant and Nursery School
    Highbury Infant and Nursery School
  • Strathmore Infant and Nursery School
    Strathmore Infant and Nursery School
  • Codicote Primary School
    Codicote Primary School
  • Ickleford Primary School
    Ickleford Primary School
  • Preston Primary School
    Preston Primary School
  • Whitehill Junior School
    Whitehill Junior School
  • Mary Exton School
    Mary Exton School
  • Wymondley JMI School
    Wymondley JMI School
  • Purwell Primary School
    Purwell Primary School
  • Oughton Primary and Nursery School
    Oughton Primary and Nursery School
  • Cockernhoe Primary School
    Cockernhoe Primary School
  • St Ippolyts CE Primary School
    St Ippolyts CE Primary School
  • Pirton School
    Pirton School
  • Hitchin Girls' School
    Hitchin Girls' School
  • Samuel Lucas JMI School
    Samuel Lucas JMI School
  • Highover J.M.I School & Nursery
    Highover J.M.I School & Nursery
  • Hexton J.M.I School
    Hexton J.M.I School

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Please note residents who have a medical condition which makes them extremely vulnerable to coronavirus (COVID-19) will have received a letter from the NHS.  This will entitle them to accessing support services from Government. These individuals will be required to register and tell Government whether they need support.  Further information can be found here www.gov.uk/coronavirus-extremely-vulnerable

  • Residents not deemed extremely vulnerable but who are self-isolating and in need of support from volunteers can visit www.hertshelp.net, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call HertsHelp on 0300 123 4044.

  • If you would like to help your community at this time, TeamHerts is leading the response across Hertfordshire and is in need of support from volunteers. Residents, services and community groups who would like to volunteer can visit www.thvolunteering.org.uk  

North Hertfordshire District Council (NHDC) has tailored its Healthy Hub service to provide

residents with information, advice and support in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. 

This will include how to:

  • stay mentally well and physically active whilst staying at home
  • access essential items such as food and medication
  • receive financial support
  • entertain and engage children
  • stay socially connected
  • volunteer your help

Residents can contact the Healthy Hub by calling the hotline on 01462 474111 which is open from Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm. Alternatively, send an email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit the website: www.healthyhubnorthherts.co.uk

Health Hub North Herts

 

 

Healthy Hub

COVID-19 Update

Our team are continuing to support families referred to us.  There are some useful links on the attached (Parents Tab ) (Useful Resources) including free educational resources. 

Foodbank Appeal - for full details please see the attached letter (Parents Tab). The demand for food has increased dramatically which has had an impact on what the Foodbank can provide owing to a dramatic fall off of public donations.  If you are able to support with monetary donation please see their website: www.letchworth.foodbank.org.uk.

The Hamper Team are working as the Hitchin Food Provision team, more details to follow.

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Families First Portal - Hertfordshire Directory

 

 

 

 

 

Hitchin Partnership provides a family support service to schools in Hitchin and the surrounding villages.  We work alongside families giving practical support and user friendly parenting strategies.

 

The team is experienced in supporting families where children have Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and provides advice on friendship and bullying issues.

 

This includes looking at family routines, addressing attendance and challenging behaviour.

 

Through funding from schools, the support of local community groups and fundraising we provide practical help in times of hardship and crisis.  Our service prides itself on joined up working between all settings from Children Centre's through to Secondary Schools which means the whole family is supported to ensure the very best outcomes.  This in turn helps families build confidence with parenting approaches, providing children with happier and healthier lives to enable them to achieve their best.

 

 

 

 

Documents/Files:
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