Important Community Contacts
Our School Nurse is available to support you with any medical issues or concerns you may have.
The Nurse is not based at school but calls in once a week to ensure any requests are dealt with effectively.
Please phone school to make an appointment or speak to Mrs Skarratts-Jackson.
Educational Social Welfare Officer:
Are current ESWO is Steve Clayton. He supports school and families with attendance and punctuality issues.
If you are struggling to get your child to school please contact Mrs Horton at school who can arrange a meeting with Steve.
Family Monsters Project
Family Action has started a national conversation about the everyday pressures on families or ‘family monsters’. The campaign aims to get these pressures out in the open and to stop family monsters becoming overwhelming by helping families find ways to talk about them, enabling families to face their pressures together.
Family Action has released a new short film bringing family monsters to life – go to www.familymonstersproject.com to watch and share it.
To find out how the Family Monsters Project is helping every family face their pressures you can also follow #MyFamilyMonsters on social media.
They have also launched FamilyLine, a free confidential helpline for families. FamilyLine is open weekday evenings (6 to 10pm) and weekend mornings (10am to 1pm) to support any family member struggling with any aspect of family life, such as parenting challenges, family conflict, relationship difficulties or mental health and wellbeing. Calls, emails or text messages are free, answered quickly, and in confidence, by a team of trained volunteers under the supervision of Family Action experts.