Thornhill Primary School

Information, events and support


Below are some events, useful information and support that you can access. 


Early Help

Early Help is the support provided for children, young people and their families to respond when difficulties emerge or to stop problems developing in the future. This support can be provided at any point in a child's life to stop small problems getting bigger.

The team at Early Help can provide many services including a variety of course.

There are also further programmes of support available via the Family Hubs Website


Child Accident Prevention Trust - Button Batteries 



Rotherham Early Help/ Family Hubs is delighted to announce a new online resource available for parents impacted by parental conflict.

Couple, family, and social relationships hold the key to positive parenting, educational attainment, mental and physical wellbeing, and quality of life in our later years. When two people share responsibility for a child, no matter whether they are living together or separately, the relationship between them and how they communicate has a direct impact on the well-being of their children. Where there is frequent, intense, and poorly resolved inter-parental conflict, it can put children and young people’s mental and emotional health and long-term life chances at risk. This also impacts on learning and educational attainment.

Early Help has utilised DWP funding and invested in an online package for parents aimed at reducing parental conflict and improving the quality of parental relationships. This is FREE through the Early Help Evidence Based Intervention Hub and available to all parents in the Borough.

There are three different modules available:

  • You me and baby too – is a short online programme for new and expectant parents, helping them to adapt to the changes that parenthood can have on their relationship. 
  • Arguing Better – is a short online programme helping to raise awareness of parental conflict and the impact on children and supporting parents to develop the skills to manage conflict constructively.
  • Getting in right for children – is a short online programme for separating parents to minimise the impact of separation on children.

You can access the modules on the One Plus One website Parent guide for England ( you will be prompted to create an account, before having access to all three modules. Here are the instructions on how to do this. 



South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue

South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue would like to bring to your attention the dangers of young people entering open water and offer you some water safety advice for your family. Open Water Safety Letter


Citizens Advice Rotherham and Districts' Energy Advice Project

Citizens Advice Rotherham and Districts' Energy Advice Project; designed to empower families and individuals in optimising energy usage, reducing costs, and addressing energy-related challenges within the community. 

Our project offers a variety of services tailored to meet the community’s specific needs, including:

  • grants and schemes exploration

  • benefit check services

  • money-saving tips

  • energy debt support

  • complaint resolution assistance 

  • switching energy providers

  • meter reading advice

  • checking if you are eligible for a food voucher and more. 

We understand the importance of managing household expenses and creating a sustainable environment for our communities. By contacting us for energy advice, you can benefit from expert guidance and support in managing energy consumption and expenditure. Therefore, we kindly request your support in informing parents about our Energy Advice Project and including information about it on your school's communication platforms, such as the Class Dojo application or any other program you use to communicate with parents.


If you are interested in learning more about our Energy Advice Project, please don't hesitate to contact us on or on 0808 278 7911 

Thank you for considering our services. We look forward to the opportunity to support you in your energy efficiency endeavours.

The National Sleep Helpline

This wonderful free resource can help parents and children to learn more about their sleep and develop better bedtime routines. Sleep is essential to brain function, by helping children to sleep better, we can help them to succeed in school.



the national sleep helpline poster.pdf

 Public Health 

Strep A and scarlet fever – what are they and what are the symptoms? Information for parents, schools, colleges and early years providers

The following website provides some information about Strep A and Scarlet Fever


Rotherham United Community Trust


Please find attached the half term Healthy Holidays offer from RUCT, this includes free access to sports/education camps throughout the Easter half term for eligible families and paid camps accessible for all.  



Rotherham United Holiday camps are back again and are being delivered during the May school holidays.  This is taking place from Tuesday 28th May - Friday 31st May. The cost is £16 a day or £60 for the full 4 days.

The link for the camps here: Book Rotherham United Football Courses & Soccer School Sessions (

South Yorkshire Orienteers

South Yorkshire Orienteers are delivering 3 free orienteering activity days during the Summer Holiday and there is no need to register or book in advance.


Fantastic opportunity for children and families to try some orienteering at Rotherham parks. Please see attached flyers to promote with families and direct webpage link is:


Sheffield 'Raring to go!'

To help you with ideas to keep your children entertained, please find below the interactive May digital copy of Raring2go! Sheffield & Rotherham magazine.


A young child blowing bubbles in a field of flowers

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Rotherham Children’s Public Health Nursing Service


The Rotherham Children’s Public Health Nursing Service now has a NEW app! 


This FREE app gives families and young people of Rotherham an insight into their local health visiting and school nursing service along with information and advice on children’s health. 

 Solihull Approach

Solihull Approach have released recent resources to support parents/carers where children are due to experience a transition to another school; it includes advise and support around smartphones, SEND and supporting their child’s wellbeing as well as practical support for the change. Here is the website 

All Stars Cricket Programme 

Please see details of Cricket coaching sessions available for 5-8 and 8-11 year olds at Whiston Parish Cricket Club.