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

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Round table christmasA huge THANK YOU to Hitchin Round Table and the generousity of the local community during December.  All proceeds were given to us at Hitchin Partnership to support our work with families. 

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Link for support with bereavement -  Coronavirus Bereavement Guidance

Healthy Minds Network have launched a new early intervention and prevention helpline for children and young people aged 10-17 in Herts. The helpline will provide a safe , non-judgemental space to talk to a Young People Advisor or Mentor who will provide emotional support, advice and information, signposting and discuss coping strategies. For opening hours and more information please visit the website https://www.hertsmindnetwork.org/young-peoples-helpline .

Helpline number is 01923 256391.

Domestic Abuse support

How to get support

If you are in immediate danger you should still call 999. If you feel you cannot speak, you can alert us silently by dialing 999 then pressing 5 5. You can also report non-urgent matters silently via our web chat service through www.herts.police.uk.” 

We are encouraging victims of domestic abuse to contact Herts Independent Domestic Violence Advocacy Service (IDVA) on 0300 790 6772 (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm) who will conduct an initial risk assessment to signpost to the correct services. Or, if you require emergency refuge accommodation, you can call Safer Places specialist domestic abuse service on 0330 102 5811 (24/7 availability). These services can support anyone 16 years or over.

Alternatively, you can contact Hertfordshire’s victim service team at Beacon, even if you don’t want to report the incident at a crime. You can call a case manager in confidence on 0300 0115 555 and press option 3 (Monday-Friday 8am-6pm and Wednesday 8am-8pm) or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For information and advice for yourself or someone you’re worried about, you can go to www.hertssunflower.org. The website is a helpful local resource for anyone who is experiencing domestic abuse or those carrying our abuse who want support to change their behaviour. You can also speak to someone from the Herts Domestic Abuse Helpline, in confidence, for help, advice and support on 08 088 088 088 (open weekdays 9am-9pm and weekends 9am-4pm)

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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.





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