Thank you to all those parents that attended the 'Meet the Teacher' meetings this week. It was great to meet you all.

St Mary's Farnham Royal Church of England Primary School

Founded in Faith focused on Family and fulfilling Future potential

Where can I find further help? - links & resources

Slough and South Bucks - Useful contacts


There are several agencies in Slough and South Bucks that are there to support families in a variety of ways.  Here are some links to many useful agencies.  Access to them may depend where you live but if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to make contact with us at school. 

Financial Help and Support


There are times we all need financial support or advice.  This can vary from just information to emergency support when things get difficult.  There is help out there.  Here are some useful links to agencies that are there to do exactly that:


Health and Well-being


Here are some resources that you may find useful for understanding your own well-being as well as that of your family or friends. If you would like to know more or want further support regarding any of these please do contact Mr Farmer. 

Mental Health Support Team (Slough)

While we are not a Slough School in terms of address, most of our children and families live in Slough and so we are looking to engage the support and services offered by the Slough MHST team. Their aim is to improve access to mental health support for young people and families to help prevent mental health difficulties and provide support early on. 

Mental Health Support Team CAMHS

About the CAMHS Mental Health Support Team

Every Mind Matters


Every Mind Matters is Public Health England’s first national mental health campaign. The Every Mind Matters tool includes self-care actions and signposts to free NHS and partner approved mental health resources. It will create a tailored plan to help you:

Every Mind Matters

Talking Mental Health

Talking Mental Health is an animation designed to help begin conversations about mental health in the classroom and beyond. The animation and accompanying re...

Digital Well-being and E-Safety


Our overall well-being is determined by the physical and emotional experiences we have on a daily basis. As technology continues to be such a huge part of our lives, from the way we represent who we are to the interactions we have with others, it too has an impact on our well-being. This is often referred to as your 'digital well-being' or 'online wellness.'


It is essentially about having an awareness of how being online can make us feel and looking after ourselves and others when online. This can include recognising the impact being online can have on our emotions, mental well-being and even on our physical health and knowing what to do if something goes wrong.     Follow the links below to find out more:

Social Media Age Restrictions