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Additional Support

Additional Support for our children and their families at Warmsworth Primary School 

At Warmsworth Primary School we work closely with a wide range of outside agencies both in term-time and beyond. We support our children and families in accessing additional support for both in school and at home. 

Please see below a list of useful emergency and non-emergency contacts - many of which you can contact directly.


Early Help 01302 734110

Children's Safeguarding Team 01302 737777   

Safeguarding concern- Chid at risk report form

Childline: 0800 111

Samaritans 116123 (free from any phone) or 03300945717

Domestic Violence hotline: 0808 2000 247

Mind: 0300 123 3393

Age UK: 0800 169 6565


Information on supporting children's mental health and well-being

Anna Freud Centre

St Leger Homes 01302 862862

Home Choice 01302 862628

Trussell Trust Food bank 07568247288

Neighbourhood Team 01302 736930



School Nursing and Health Visitors 0300 021 8997  (Parents and carers can self refer) 

CAMHS SPOC 0800 8048999

Crisis Team 01302 566999

Samaritans 116123 (free from any phone) or 03300945717

Talking Shop 01302 565650

Doncaster Royal Infirmary 01302 366666

Sleep Clinic  01302 751416

Sleep charity https://the

Childrens Continence Team  01302 379566

NHS Advice Line 111


Family support

Early help 01302 734110

Your Place Your family- 01302 736644

Family Information Service 01302 735237

SENDIAS 01302736920

Universal Credit 08003285644

Balby Children's Centre 01302 570270

Parent and Family Support Service 01302 862680




Emergency numbers

Police 101 for non emergencies

Emergency Services 999


Doncaster's Local Offer - Health:

Please follow the link below for further details of Doncaster Council's Local Offer for Health:

Doncaster Council's Local Offer for Health


Doncaster Council Household Support Fund 

If you meet the criteria below, you may be able to apply for the Doncaster Council's Household Support Fund via the link below:


What is this for?

The Government has provided further Household Support Funding to Local Authorities for the period 1 April 2023 to 31 March 2024 to support those households most in need with the significant increase in the cost of living.

Who is eligible for a payment?

The City of Doncaster Council has decided to provide help towards food by paying a total of

  • £30.00 per eligible child for the Easter school holiday period. 
  • £15.00 per eligible child for the May school holiday period.
  • £90.00 per eligible child for the Summer school holiday period.

It is available to households who receive any of the following;

  • Housing Benefit,
  • Local Council Tax Reduction,
  • Universal Credit which includes the housing element or
  • Means-tested free school meals. 

This payment replaces the previous arrangement where schools issued vouchers for children.   

The payment will be made to each eligible child in the household regardless of their age.

To be eligible for a payment for food for a child;

  • they must be a dependant child who lives with you as their main carer, and
  • you would normally be receiving Child Benefit or the child element of Universal Credit for them.  If someone else receives Child Benefit or the child element of Universal Credit for them, you are not eligible for a food payment for them.

Households who received a payment for food under the previous Household Support Fund (October 2022 to March 2023) and who still meet the above criteria,  automatically get these payments and do not need to apply.  Payment will be made directly into your bank account using the information you previously provided.

Payment for Easter food was made by 14/04/23
Payment for May food will be made by 02/06/23
Payment for summer food will be made by 04/08/23

If you did not receive a payment under the previous Household Support Fund and you meet the above criteria you will have to submit an application.  Applications for help towards food will close on 29 September 2023 at 5pm.  Applications may close earlier if the funding is spent.

What is it going to cost?


What we need from you

If you satisfy the above criteria and you received a payment under the previous Household Support Fund you will automatically get this payment and will not need to apply.

If you did not receive a payment under the previous Household Support Fund and you meet the above criteria you will have to submit an application.

If you make an application we will ask you to provide

  1. Your name, address, date of birth and National Insurance number
  2. Your email address and phone number
  3. Details of a partner if you have one and details of your dependant children
  4. Your bank account details – sort code, account number and name of the account holder unless you choose to be paid by cheque.

What you should expect from us

We will process your application as soon as we can. 

More information

For further information about the Household Support Fund please visit our web page: Household Support Fund

MoneyHelper brings together the support and services of three government-backed financial guidance providers: the Money Advice Service, the Pensions Advisory Service and Pension Wise.

Visit: for further information.

If you need any assistance, please contact us by email at, or by telephone on 01302 735336 (option 1).

Privacy Notice 
The Council is committed to meeting its data protection obligations and handling your information securely. You should make sure you read and understand the Housing Benefit privacy notice, which sets out what you need to know about how Doncaster Council will use your information in the course of our work.

Last updated: 15 August 2023 16:24:27
Warmsworth Primary School
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