Welcome to the Parent page which provides Information for parents, carers and pupils on a range of topics affecting children and young people today.


Online Safety

On Track encourages parents and carers to teach at home in order to provide additional support to their children.

The below link gives parents/carers online safety activities they can do from home with the children. We would like to encourage parents to engage in these activities as students are online more and more in this current time. 
You may also find the following activities helpful:

National Online Safety

Educate Against Hate

SEN Support

Suffolk County Council SEN Support Services 

Google classroom

This is your all-in-one place for teaching and learning. Our easy-to-use and secure tool helps educators manage, measure and enrich learning experiences.

This is accessible for all students log in details are given to students by IT teacher, parents can ring school for more information.


Many people from all walks of life are held back because of a lack of the fundamental English and maths skills needed to function in the modern world. bksb supports organisations and individuals to improve their skills, increase their confidence and fulfil their potential.

This is accessible for all students log in details are given to students by IT teacher, parents can ring school for more information.

BBC Bitesize

Please feel free to access resources provided by BBC Bitesize to enrich independent learning


Kudos is the leading career development service helping youto explore, develop and maximise your potential.

Keeping Children Safe from Harm 

Substance misuseSchoolNurse

Mental Health

Domestic Abuse

What is domestic abuse?

Domestic abuse is a pattern of behaviours that a person may exhibit in order to try and control a partner.  It can happen at any point in a relationship and can happen to anyone regardless of age, background, gender, sexuality, religion or ethnicity.

Domestic abuse is a crime.

For help and information contact:

The Daisy Programme                    

LGBTIQ+ Support

FGM Support

Physical Health




If you are being bullied, please speak to your trusted adult at home or at school or you may find the links below helpful:

E-Safety Guidance

At On Track Education we feel it is vital that students are educated about Internet safety and the Online world. We also think it is important for Parents and Carers to have the information they need to support young people, to make the right decisions and be able to report any concerns they have. Please find below links that will enable you to do this:

To report any concern’s, you have with the way someone is communicating with you or online sexual abuse please report on the below link:



5 steps to mental wellbeing

Evidence suggests there are 5 steps you can take to improve your mental health and wellbeing. Trying these things could help you feel more positive and able to get the most out of life.

1. Connect with other people

Good relationships are important for your mental wellbeing. They can:

  • help you to build a sense of belonging and self-worth
  • give you an opportunity to share positive experiences
  • provide emotional support and allow you to support others

There are lots of things you could try to help build stronger and closer relationships:

2. Be physically active

Being active is not only great for your physical health and fitness. Evidence also shows it can also improve your mental wellbeing by:

  • raising your self-esteem
  • helping you to set goals or challenges and achieve them
  • causing chemical changes in your brain which can help to positively change your mood

3. Learn new skills

Research shows that learning new skills can also improve your mental wellbeing by:

  • boosting self-confidence and raising self-esteem
  • helping you to build a sense of purpose
  • helping you to connect with others

Even if you feel like you do not have enough time, or you may not need to learn new things, there are lots of different ways to bring learning into your life.

4. Give to others

Research suggests that acts of giving and kindness can help improve your mental wellbeing by:

  • creating positive feelings and a sense of reward
  • giving you a feeling of purpose and self-worth
  • helping you connect with other people

It could be small acts of kindness towards other people, or larger ones like volunteering in your local community.

5. Pay attention to the present moment (mindfulness)

Paying more attention to the present moment can improve your mental wellbeing. This includes your thoughts and feelings, your body and the world around you.

Some people call this awareness "mindfulness". Mindfulness can help you enjoy life more and understand yourself better. It can positively change the way you feel about life and how you approach challenges.

For further details please see 5 Steps to Mental Wellbeing



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