You can find lots of information about Epinay School in the prospectus’s and handbooks – via the links below:

Welcome to our parents/carers page

To ensure our parents/carers see the wonderful achievements and work of our children we invite parents/carers into school for assemblies and parents/carers events.  We are also keen for parent/carers to volunteer across school activities and support our Friends fundraising events.  Regular events and further information is posted on Epinay School’s social media or contact the School Office.  

Nexus Bus passes for children (and companions) under the age of 18 years – click this link for further details and how to apply.

Click here to sign up to South Tyneside Active Network and receive a Max Card which entitles the bearer (and up to a family of four) to free and discounted to entry to over 50 local and regional cultural and leisure sites, including: Haven Point, Alnwick Castle and Gardens, The Centre for Life and lots more.

Click here to sign up for your free CEA (cinema) Card 

Did you know your child might be entitled to Disability Living Allowance and if you/your partner work less than 18 hours a week you can apply for carers allowance.  If you have a social worker you can also apply for Direct Payments to pay for additional care and club entry/fees.

Click here for information on support groups, out-of-school clubs and holiday provision within South Tyneside

See below links to other support organisations;

South Tyneside’s Local Offer aims to provide information for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and their parents or carers in a single place.  It provides information on what services children, young people and their families can expect from a range of local agencies, including education, health and social care.

Parent View online questionnaire

What’s New at Epinay School

Epinay School Calendar and Events

Epinay School News and Newsletters

Some useful handouts:

Supporting Young People Online

Beating Homework Battles – information sheet

Make sure your child is seen and have them wear something light or reflective in the dark  Road Safety GB NE Region

Talking About Alcohol A guide for parents and carers

Online safety support for parents resources available

This link takes you to a suite of SEND guidance videos has been created in collaboration with Centre for Education and Youth (CfEY), and many other experts within the sector.   The videos cover ADHD, Acquired Brain Injury, Autism, Down’s Syndrome, Dyscalculia, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Hearing Impairment, Physical Disability, Social, Emotional and Mental Health, Speech, Language and Communication Needs and Visual Impairment. The videos aim to develop a newly qualified teachers’ knowledge of SEND and to introduce them to helpful resources and tips for the classroom and may also be useful for parents/carers who want more information about conditions.  


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