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.
Stay and Play
Can I take this opportunity to thank those of you that have been supporting us by coming to our Stay and Play sessions on Monday and Friday mornings. These sessions will continue in the next academic year and are 9:00- 10:30 every week in the Family Room so please come along with your little ones via the schools main entrance.
We will be asking parents for a voluntary contribution of just 50p which will enable us to supply tea/coffee/squash
and toast/biscuits. Any questions then just ask to speak to Sam Garey or Julie Bennett.
Also, If you do have any unwanted items that are still in good condition and you wish to contribute them to our
babies and toddlers then that would be greatly appreciated.
Warren Farm school have been fortunate to have Adult Education working with our parents and children again over the past year. Some of our parents have completed the following courses: Learning through play, Empowering English, Happy Parenting, Crafts, Pro-Active Parenting and the Freedom Programme. We do hope that more of you can join in with some of the courses in the next academic year.
On behalf of the children, I would like to say thank you to all of the parents for your time and dedication and for coming
along to these courses each week. I know the children have really enjoyed having you here!
Eagles Consultancy 2020
Eagles have been working closely with some of our parents and so far have helped them to achieve qualifications in 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.
If any of you would like some more information about how to get signed up for one of Eagles courses then
please come and see me as they will be enrolling for future courses again in the next academic year.
Free Family Learning Parent Courses
We currently have places available on two courses "Bounce Back" and "Magic Maths" starting in the next few weeks.
Both are free and run for 6 weeks.
Teacher contact with the parent is available each session
Courses are parent only but activities are family based
Parents need internet access, phone number and an email address to take part.
To sign up please follow this link to complete an enrolment form:
Please contact me via this email if you require for more information
Family Learning Organiser
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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