Children, young people and families can experience a range of difficulties at any time in their life. Early Help services are for children and young people of any age and can be supported from all kinds of services and organisations who work together to support the family. Many families already use these services. Early Help enables services to work together to support the specific needs of families, children and young people.
At Wolsey House Primary School we work together with Early Help services to support our families and children. We are able to complete an Early Help Assessment (EHA) with you to ensure that the right support is given early on to enable families and children to grow, be healthy and function fully in everyday life.
As a parent or carer you can request targeted support if you have concerns about your child’s health, development or behaviour. This can be through school, a health professional or Family Support worker.
You might be using some of these services already, but we want to make sure they are providing the right support for you and your family’s needs. You can request targeted support if you have concerns about your child’s health, development or behaviour. The request can be made by you or with the support of a teacher, health professional or support worker. During the assessment, you will be fully involved and listened to which will help find the right support that you, your child and family may need.
Alternatively, please come into school and speak to Mrs Cooper-Marsh, Assistant Headteacher and SENDCo, Mr Powell, Deputy Headteacher or Mrs King, Headteacher. They will arrange a time to meet with you and discuss what support you need and what may be available.
To find out more information on Early Help please follow the links below or contact 0116 454 5899 or email firstname.lastname@example.org