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1 Corinthians 16:14

Safe Support for our Parents and Carers

Message for FSM Hampers - text 

Marlpool URC have again been so generous and supplied us with their Hampers. We are offering these to our Free School Meal families. Please can you let the school office know whether you would or would not like one (you can text us or come and let us know in the office) so we can make sure everyone who wishes to, receives one. 

Amber Valley Borough Council Community Information

A link for you to check the support and information that is available with your local borough council: 

Amber Valley Borough Council

Links that may be helpful: 

docviewer.aspx ( -Winter Warmth

docviewer.aspx ( - Amber Valley CVS

Community safety residents survey ( - Community Survey on ASB


FREE SCHOOL MEALS SUMMER ACTIVITY CLUBS - please see the following information for activities for children over the summer holidays.

Y 6 National Dental Survery

Our school has been asked to take part in the National Dental Survey. This will help to give a national picture of Dental requirements and access in a community to dental services. The children are due to take part tomorrow. If you want your child to be included please could you send your yellow paperwork back to the school office. Many thanks.  


The United Reform Church have been very generous again and issued us with some hampers. Please will you let us know if you DO OR DO NOT need one so we can allocate them to all our families. Please text or ring us with your answer. Hampers need to be picked up from school from this afternoon. Many thanks



  • Parents and Guardians are now able to check their eligibility and apply for Free School Meals instantly via a Parent Portal.
  • To apply, a parent or guardian will be required to create an account, verified using an email address and provide their National Insurance Number or National Asylum Support Service Reference Number, their surnamedate of birth and in a few circumstances upload a copy of their benefit document.
  • To create an account, a parent or guardian will be required to follow this link or search “Free School Meals” on Derbyshire County Council's Website.
  • Once signed in, it is a quick process for parents or guardians to check if their child(ren) can receive Free School Meals and they will receive an instant notification of eligibility.
  • Following which, the Free School Meal Team will process the application and the school will be able to see the results in a report sent to school. 
  • Applications for Free School Meal funding can also still be made via paper form or contacting the school office. 


Once again the URC are providing their generous hampers to our children on FSM, this is such a kind and gesture. Please could you let us know if you would like to receive one. We do ask if you can arrange collection with us (this would be so helpful), do let us know if you would have difficulty collecting them. Please can you let us know via text or telephone whether you would or would not like a hamper. 



Emotional health and mental wellbeing affect all aspects of our lives and health choices. Mental wellbeing is about feeling good and functioning well, as individuals and as communities. It is also about our ability to cope with life’s challenges and making the most of life’s opportunities.

The website has been designed collaboratively by professionals who work across Derby and Derbyshire to help plan and deliver care and support for people who are feeling stressed, anxious or depressed, or just want to feel happier.

This signposting service is aimed at professionals, members of the public and children and young people who wish to access local services or just require further information on the services that are available to them both locally and nationally. The four elements of the website focus on Children and Young People, Adults, Suicide Prevention and Neurodiversity.

NHS Derby and Derbyshire Integrated Care Board (ICB) brings together the combined expertise of 112 local GP practices to commission health services on behalf of 1,062,000 patients in Derbyshire. Our vision is to continuously improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Derbyshire, using all resources as fairly as possible. please see the following information to learn more: DERBY AND DERBYSHIRE MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT


Parents, as well as your children, please remember if you need anyone to talk to - at anytime you can find help here at school or on this page :)  You are never alone, you are part of the Mundy CE Junior school family :)