You may find the links provided helpful to both yourself and your child.


Health Visitor Contact Details

Contact details for the local health visitor that visits Corpus Christi Primary School.


Letter-join Handwriting

Letter-join contains a huge amount of handwriting resources including interactive features for IWBs, PCs and tablets.


Marvellous Me

MarvellousMe tells you about the wonderful things that your child is learning, and pings you when they’ve been praised for good work, a great character skill, or received school rewards.


Middlesbrough Council

All services for schools and education, including admissions, term dates and school contact details.


Middlesbrough Diocese

The official Middlesbrough Diocesan website.


Premier League Primary Stars

Inspiring children to learn, be active and develop important life skills through sport.


School Nursing Service

Contact details for the school nurse that visits Corpus Christi Primary School.


Independent Parental Special Education Advice (IPSEA)

IPSEA offers independent legally based advice, support and training to help get the right education for children and young people with special educational needs.


Middlesbrough Local Authority – SEN

The SEND Assessment Team 0-25 deals with many aspects relating to inclusive education.


Middlesbrough Local Offer

Middlesbrough’s Local Offer supports children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities aged 0–25 and their families.



SENDIASS at MAIN offers free, confidential and impartial help for children and young people with SEN and/or disabilities, and their parents.


Special Needs Jungle

Special Needs Jungle creates easy to understand resources, articles and information for parents and carers of children with special needs, disabilities and health conditions to better enable them to navigate the special needs system.


School Games

The School Games, which is funded by Sport England and delivered by the Youth Sport Trust, is a government led programme designed to deliver competitive school sport to all young people.

A network of School Games Organisers (SGOs) and Local Organising Committees (LOCs) have worked alongside the Youth Sport Trust in delivering three distinct levels of competition since the Games’ inception in 2010 – ranging from intra – inter school activity, in addition to the National Finals, which is supported by National Governing Bodies.

This network currently services in excess of 17,500 registered schools who compete across School Games’ competitions.