What do we mean by Early Help?
Early Help means taking action to support a child, young person or their family early in the life of a problem, as soon as it emerges. It can be required at any stage in a child’s life from pre-birth to adulthood, and applies to any problem or need that the family cannot deal with or meet on their own. It also applies to all children and young people, with any form of need.
Early Help requires that agencies should work together as soon as a problem emerges or a need is identified to ensure the child gets the right response, and the right services, from the right people at the right time. Our aim is to meet need early and avoid a problem escalating or the need increasing.
Early Help is provided to prevent or reduce the need for specialist interventions unless they are absolutely the correct response to meet the need and resolve the problem.
Early Help can be provided in the most complex of circumstances as well as the simplest. Early help means responding promptly if a child is at immediate risk of harm (or has other significant or complex needs) as much as it means responding to a need which only requires advice or guidance.
As you may already know our school are supported by Greggs, allowing children to use our Breakfast Club facility.
To help alleviate financial pressure/s during the current Coronavirus outbreak, Greggs are now offering extra support to our families.
This includes help to receive white goods such as Fridges, freezers, fridge-freezers, cookers and washing machines. They can also support with vouchers for clothing, (inclusive of school uniform) supermarket vouchers, beds and bedding.
If you need any support with the above please ask to speak to me (Sam Garey) and I will fill in an application form on your behalf.
Take care and stay safe
Stay and Play
Can I take this opportunity to thank those of you that supported us last year,helping to
make our Stay and Play so successful . We are planning to start this up again as soon as as we are able to do so.
Keep an eye out on the school website and your text messages from school.
Can't wait to see you all and your little ones faces in our Family room - this place is
very lonely without you all.
Warren Farm school were fortunate to have Adult Education working with our parents and children again last year. Some of our parents have completed the following courses: Learning through play, Empowering English, Happy Parenting, Crafts, Pro-Active Parenting and the Freedom Program. We do hope that more of you can join in with some of the courses in the next academic year. Although these are not taking place on the premises, they can be completed on line. Please follow the following link for Adult Education or call 07592 586 240
Eagles Consultancy 2020
Last year Eagles worked closely with some of our parents who successfully passed the following courses:
- Caring For Children (Entry Award)
- Caring For Children (Diploma)
-Understanding Children and Young Peoples Mental Health
I would like to congratulate these parents on their massive achievement.
Although we are not able to deliver courses on the school premises at the moment, if any of you would like some more information about how to get signed up for one of Eagles courses then please follow the link on this page to access courses on line. Alternatively you can give Eagles a call direct: 0121 329 3222 or 07988332306
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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