Family Support Worker
Hello. I would like to introduce myself as your new 'Family Support Worker', please feel free to come and say hi.
Would you like to talk to someone but worry you will be judged?
Are you concerned about your child’s behavior at home, or learning and progression in school?
Are you concerned that there are uncontrollable circumstances that may be having a negative effect on your family?
Do you need help completing forms or accessing services?
If you have answered yes to any of the above, then I am here to help. My working hours are;
Monday 8am- 4pm
Wednesday10am – 4pm
Thursday 8am- 2pm
Friday 8am – 12:30pm
I will endeavor to be on the playground for drop off and pick up when I can, please come and have a chat or book an appointment with me by calling the school on 01752 365250.
If you find it difficult to talk face to face, you are welcome to email me on email@example.com or call the school office and ask to speak to me.
How do I request a face to face contact? Just pop into reception and leave a message for me to contact you. Alternatively you can call the school on 01752 365250 and a message can be taken over the phone, or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Will my information be shared? In order to fully support you and your family there will be times when I will need to share information. You will be asked to provide consent for information to be shared prior to support starting. Information would be shared with School Staff, and external agencies on an 'as required' basis. If there were to be any concerns around your safety or a member of the family, then I would have a duty to share information with the appropriate agencies, with, or without your consent.
Will I have sight of what is stored about me? Yes. After any face to face meeting, notes will be put onto a 'Communication Log Sheet' where you will receive a copy of points discussed and actions for me and you.
I very much look forward to getting to know you and your family.
I look forward to supporting you.
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