Our Parent support worker is Mrs Theresa Walshaw.

Mrs Walshaw is dedicated to being supportive to every pupil and their family here at Fairburn View Primary School.

Please feel free to contact Mrs Walshaw if you have any behaviour concerns or attendance worries. She is here to help you.

Mrs Walshaw can also offer help with getting you advice on the following:

  • Benefits
  • Back to work
  • Housing advice (WDH)
  • Debt advice
  • What’s on in the local area and the Children’s centre.
  • Transition to school support.

You can contact Mrs Walshaw on this number

01977 558350

“Most parents want to do their best by their children and are increasingly expressing a desire for support to be better parents, first and foremost from friends and family but also from government.  Many parents and carers, regardless of background, feel that there are times in their lives when they need advice and support. Parents  are best placed to make choices for their children but all parents benefit from advice and high quality information and advice to help them make the best possible decisions.”

(HM Treasury, 2005, Support for parents; the best start for)

‘Online safety’

On this page you will find advice and information on how you can help keep your child safe when they are online.

Visit this link to find out how you can set parental controls on your home internet:

Parental Controls from your ISP.

If your child uses a mobile phone, please visit this website for advice on how to keep your child safe:


Parental controls for mobile phones.

For information and advice regarding your child using online gaming please visit this website:

Online gaming advice.

online gaming. Online gaming means you can play in real time with people across the world through a computer, games console, tablet or smartphone connected to the …


For information and advice about the range of live streaming apps available please look at this website:

Live Streaming Booklet


Visit our Parent Lounge for help . Check out the Parent Lounge, our special area providing support and information just for parents.


Safer Internet Centre

Join hundreds of schools, youth groups, companies, charities, police services and wider to help inspire a better internet this Safer Internet Day.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre. (CEOP)

Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online? Make a report to one of CEOP’s Child Protection Advisors