SUPPORT/EARLY HELP AVAILABLE TO PARENTS
This page sets out the early help/support available to families that are experiencing difficulties. The attached documents include links to local outside agencies that parents/carers may want to contact directly. We also offer our own early help support in school. The school is able to support families with a wide range of issues including domestic abuse, housing, food banks etc. Please let us know if you think there may be something we can help you with and we will arrange for a member of our early help team to talk things through with you.
Early Help Telephone support
Please note that our Family Support Worker, Allyson Fudge will be available on the Early Help phone line during the Easter holidays. She will be available on Wednesday 5th, Thursday 6th, Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th April between the hours of 10am to 1pm.
Cost of Living Support - Get Government help
Please have a look at the link below supplied by the DWP. It has some very good information, in one place, on the support offers available to help with the cost of living crisis and it looks easy to read!
Cost of Living Support – Get government support to help with the cost of living (campaign.gov.uk)
The National Sleep Helpline
Please see the information attached which we have received from the National Sleep Helpline.
They are offering help and advice with regard to children who have sleep issues, e.g. bedtime routines, lack of sleep etc.
If you feel that you would benefit from a discussion relating to any issues that you might have, please contact the number on the flyer.
Bolsover Partnership are launching Treacle.me, a social prescribing platform. This platform is to support both partners and residents within the District to easily access a range of support services and information.
Please see attached a poster about Treacle.me, also BCVS has put together all warm spaces and information about Cost of Living.
Autism Awareness Raising
Please see below a flyer for parental autism workshops.
Team Education Trust
Please see below, comments from parents and children’s voice that we have gathered form our evaluations that we have introduced.
STOP ABUSE TOGETHER
The UK Government has also launched a new advice and support site to help keep children safe from sexual abuse. The site includes advice for parents and carers on spotting the signs of sexual abuse and speaking to your child about relationships and safety. It also signposts to sources of further support for children, adults and professionals including the NSPCC helpline and Childline.