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Haydon Abbey School and Pre-School

We plant the seeds and help them grow

Outside Agencies

We are all too aware of the current cost of living crisis and the mental and financial strain this can put our families under.

Please see our directory of useful services or, if you prefer, you can speak to a member of our Inclusion Team in confidence – 01296 482278.


Buckinghamshire Council – Helping hand team

Help with your emergency food, fuel & household bills


Buckinghamshire Council – Welcoming Space

Welcoming Spaces are warm, free, safe and supportive spaces that you can visit during the winter.

They offer somewhere to:

  • keep warm and save money on your heating
  • look after your physical and mental health
  • get access to support, advice and Wi-Fi


Buckinghamshire Council – Housing Team

Housing & benefits advice.


Buckinghamshire Financial Insecurity Partnership  #backontrack

Signposting where to seek help & advice if you are struggling to make ends meet.


Buckinghamshire Housing Support

(Free phone) 0808 164 1810  Email:


Citizens Advice Bucks

Free advice by properly qualified staff & volunteers.

0808 278 7938


Family Support Services

The Family Support Service offers support to children, young people and families with children and young people aged 0 to 19 or up to 25 years with a special educational need or disability (SEND)

This support includes:

  • advice through the Family information Service
  • health service sessions at our Family Centres
  • information & advice drop in’s for parents and young people
  • support with issues affecting families.


The Thomas Hickman Charity

A local charity for Aylesbury residents.  Grants can be made for such things as school uniform, school trips, household items like whitegoods and carpets.


The William Harding Charity

The charity supports with funding for school trips & school uniforms.

The trustees are Parrott & Coales Solicitors in Aylesbury.


‘Walking With You’ is a parent led support group for anyone supporting children and young people, up to the age of 25, experiencing mental health difficulties.  Mental health professionals from CAMHS will be on hand to offer support.

For information on joining the sessions please contact –

Oma Nwajiuba, Participation Lead at


Young Carers Bucks

A young carer is a child between 5-16 who cares for a family member due to disability, illness, long term condition, poor mental health and / or addiction.  0300 777 2722 – or contact the school Inclusion Team who will be able to support you with making a referral.


Aylesbury Women’s Aid

Women supporting women against domestic violence

Helpline: 01296 437777 / 436827



Male victims of domestic abuse

01823 334244