The majority of my role is one of support. I am able to support you and your children in a variety of ways. Please feel free to pop in and see me. I can help signpost you to various outside agencies should you need any external support.
On some occasions, I may feel you need more of a coordinated plan of support in which I may suggest an EHAT (Early Help Assessment Tool).
This is a process that helps to identify any support needs your child may have and includes your thoughts and ideas. This information can also be shared with others working with your child to save you explaining things over and over again. It will usually involve one or two meetings where a Common Assessment form is completed with you. This assesses your child’s individual circumstances and helps to identify any needs, prompting a discussion about how they may be met.
How We Can Support You
Merton Mini Market
We are very lucky to be supported by the charity Teardrop this year, along with 2 other schools in St Helens. This has enabled us to have our very own Merton Mini Market which is stocked with a variety of goods. Any family can access this at any time please feel free to come in and have a look. This is an excellent facility that we would like all families to benefit from, so please use it before we lose it!
Your visit to Merton Mini market is confidential and discreet.
Food Bank Vouchers
I am also able to provide food bank vouchers. Again this is a confidential process
The Community Investment Officers offer a range of support services and are currently running a cooking course within school. If you would like any more information on this please contact Liz Gauckwin 01744 417646 – 07525766335
CAB is a great service and offers support for families www.sthelenscab.org.uk
Please drop in and see me should you need any support.
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