Parental support information leaflet

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Parental support information leaflet

  1. 1. Hello, my name is Kim Taylor and I am theParent Support Advisor here at Norwood Primary. I am here to offer any help, advice and supportno matter how small or great to all parents/carers of children who attend our school.As a Parent Support Advisor and Learning MentorI am also available to the children at school, they can come along to me at any point in the day to talk to me about any worries or concerns they may be having. Parental Support Advisor Mrs Kim TaylorPlease feel free to contact me at any time between the hours of 8:30am and 3:30pm.You can make an appointment with me direct for a mutual time during the school day oralternatively see me on the playground for a chat each morning.If I am not available I will endeavour to follow up your call as soon as I can. You can contact me by telephone at school For friendly family 01704 211960 information and advice. or Email me k.taylor@norwoodmail.co.uk
  2. 2. Parent Support Advisors are a bridge betweenschool and home.I aim to support our families so that children areable to feel safe, enjoy and achieve here at Nor-wood Primary and families feel welcomed into ourcommunity.I am able to provide an accessible service to meetthe needs of parents and carers and encouragelearning opportunities for all.Provide a listening ear for Parents and Carers. Regular drop in sessions.Listen to children. One to one support.Offer advice and support to families. Parenting advice for National, regional awarenessSignpost to support agencies and services and for school health and education initiatives.how these can be accessed. Support for families with a child with additionalAct as an advocate for children and families. needs.Encourage learning opportunities for all through Support through the Common Assessment Frame-positive participation. work Process. Supporting our parents who wish to become volunteers in school and be recognised through Sefton CVS. Parent workshops and training sessions, numeracy and literacy, speakeasy and other courses where a particular interest has been iden- tified by parents. Opportunities to meet other parents and carers through family days and our Pram/Toddler Club.Concerns about your child’s behaviour.Problems at school/home including attendanceand punctuality.Isolation or Loneliness.Concerns about health and wellbeing.Family breakdown, Divorce/Separation.BereavementFinancial worries.

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