Parents' Page

This page is intended to signpost useful support and guidance for the parents of students at Passmores.  Bringing up children is a challenging thing to do and also an incredibly important one, this is why we have collated this information here.

We believe that asking for help or support is a sign of strength that shows one's commitment to being the best parent one can be.

If you know of any sources of information, advice, guidance or support that could feature on this page, please contact Angie Roberts at the school (see email on right-hand side of page).

Advice on Talking About/Dealing with Sexting (new)

If your child has sent a sexual image of themselves or another person under the age of 18, please contact Assistant Principal Russell King or Associate Assistant Principal Lucy Goddard at school who can provide extra advice on how to best handle this swiftly and effectively.



This is a directory of Essex Services that might be relevant to parents/carers

Family Solutions

Family Solutions is aimed at helping families with a range of issues on a voluntary basis. We work with families for up to 12 months by helping them identify their own solutions to their problems.


Intervention Support


Internet Safety


New technologies inspire children to be creative, communicate and learn. However, while the internet is a great resource, it is important that children and young ...


Local Offer

The local offer will give you information about education, care services, leisure activities and support groups for young people with special educational needs or a disability


Working Tax Credits


Make sure you receive what you and your child are legally entitled to.

Emotional Well Being Mental Health Service (EWMHS)

0300 300 1600


Young Concern Trust (YCT)

01279 414090


Coping with Kids Workshops (at Passmores)

If you would like to come to one of our workshops then please contact Angie Roberts at the school (see link on the right-hand side).  Here are some quotes from our most recent sessions, held September 2016:


"It gives great advice and help in dealing with everyday problems." - Mother of primary student.

"Very informative." - Mother of Year 10 girl.

"Helpful - gives a wider perspective." - Father of Year 8 girl.

"Wish it was longer - very helpful and supportive." - Mother of primary student.

"{I have] improved confidence that I'm not alone and that all families have different challenges to overcome." -  Mother of primary student.


Paper copies of any of the information on this website are available free of charge for parents of current school students. Should you wish to request this please contact Russell King detailing the information required in paper format.