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At Richmond Hill we grow independence, build communication and believe you can achieve your personal goals.

Community Information

School Meals

Years 1&2 dinners are free - information below

Years 3,4,5&6 will be charged at £2.80 per day.

 

payment information to follow...

 

If you meet the criteria for Free School Meals even if your child is in year 1 or 2 please still apply for Free School Meals.

 

 As well as being a good thing for your child, Richmond Hill will also receive extra funding through the Government’s Pupil Premium Grant which can help fund valuable support including additional staff.

 

Free School Meals

If you would like to apply for free school meals please go to www.luton.gov.uk and apply online.  Please note you will need to be in receipt of the following benefits

  • Income Support
  • Income-based Jobseekers Allowance
  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
  • Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
    the guaranteed element of State Pension Credit
  • Child Tax Credit (provided you’re not also entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual gross income of no more than £16,190)
  • Working Tax Credit run-on - paid for 4 weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit
  • Universal Credit

For more information please ring Customer Services on 01582 510346

School Uniform Information

Arrangement for Absences

If your child is absent from school for whatever reason please telephone the school in the morning. If your child is brought to school by transport you should also ring the transport dept. Any unexplained absence will be classed as unauthorised.

 

If you are a parent or carer, we hope you will find the many web links below useful.

 

You will also find useful links on our  Video Resource Page  which has the wide variety of videos that we use in the school on a regular basis. 

Trainline

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We stay one step ahead, so all of our customers don’t have to, we are making it easier for them to buy the best ticket for their journey with giving them live, personalised travel information on the go via our awesome app.   We offer a comprehensive collection of travel options to our customers, as well as unique, AI-driven information to help them make the best decisions.

 

https://www.thetrainline.com/trains/great-britain/family-train-tickets

Luton SENDIAS Service

Diagnosis Resource Pack      

Families have described the experience of their child receiving a neurodiversity diagnosis (e.g. Autism or ADHD) as ‘like a bereavement’ and following the lengthy diagnosis process are left with little information, or understanding of ‘what next’?  They told us that a 'one-stop shop' for information, resources and signposting following a diagnosis would be really useful, and they would like this information to be accessible and from a trusted source. 

 

The Diagnosis Support Pack (DSP) has been coproduced by families for families following a diagnosis of a neurodiversity, and contains information, resources and signposting in a variety of media (videos, infographics, animations), split into 14 sections - from sleep to medication, and lots more.

The pack has been co-produced with the help of parents, young people, local Parent Carer Forums, CAMHS, Education Psychology and other key partners.

The DSP covers the following topics:

1.         Introduction

2.         Positives of Neuro-diversities

3.         Holistic Approach

4.         What to expect at your appointment

5.         Sleep

6.         Medication

1.         Talking about a diagnosis

2.         Sensory Processing Needs

3.         Mental Heath

4.         Supporting Social Communication Development in Autism

5.         Best Practice Guide – for professionals

6.         Contact Information and Resources

7.         Jargon Buster

8.         Printable resources and links

 

All pages have been made easy to follow, with links that that guide you through the pack.  As well as making the pack informative and useful, it was really important to us that the pack uplifts people and celebrates neurodiversity. We know many families find receiving a diagnosis a challenging time, but empowering messages and having positive role models are so important to help parents/carers and young people on their journey.

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