Bolsover/North East Early Help Transition Team have issued this useful page of information of where to find support locally.

Bolsover & North East Early Help


Here's some more resources you may find useful




Home Learning

Learning at home

Your child’s learning is of course important to us, so we’ll continue to help your child to learn during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Teachers have prepared packs of learning resources, tailored to the age and stage which pupils have brought home with them.

Please see this document which is full of ideas of how to support your child.

During the school closures, children may be spending more time online and parents may not be as engaged as they usually are as they try to balance work deadlines with childcare. Screen time is inevitably going to win at some point for most families and it is more important than before that we remind parents that they have a key role in helping to keep their children safe.  Please click here for advice from Derbyshire.


On-line resources will be added to and updated regularly.  Please use the tabs on the left to find further resources. 

The Government have also produced a list of online resources suitable for learning at home. Please click here.

If sites ask you to register, please read the privacy notice first.


Communication with parents will be via ParentHub


Just tap add a school and type our handle @NBPSchool

Then tap schools bottom right, view all and select appropriate year groups.


CAMHS Support

The CAMHS North Derbyshire website includes links to useful websites offering advice on managing anxiety due to Covid19. Please take a look. 



derbyshire alert

Keeping Young People Safe Online

With many children currently being taught at home, youngsters may well spend more time on tablets, phones and laptops than usual.

We want to help children stay safe and are encouraging adults to think about what youngsters may be accessing online.

The most effective ways to keep a child safe are to

1) show interest in their life
2) model responsible social media use yourself
3) keep talking to them about what is going on online and what they like to access
4) ensure you have your child’s passwords and PINs for devices and apps
5) listen if they seem down or concerned about anything they have seen or experienced online
6) report any serious concerns

You can check out an app before your child downloads it at www.net-aware.org.uk

This allows you to see the risks and to get independent reviews from both parents and children.

The website www.internetmatters.org gives information on how to set up parental controls as well as a guide on how to monitor apps.

If you want to report any concerns, visit the CEOP website www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre