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Parent and Pupil Support Adviser

Parent Support Adviser

Mrs Jarrett is the school’s Parent Support Adviser.  The purpose of her job is to:

 

  • provide guidance to school, families, parents and pupils in a school context to enable positive participation to encourage their involvement in the school environment, and improving learning opportunities for children, with particular emphasis on hard-to-reach families.
  • work directly with parents empowering them and their families to get the most out of the educational opportunities available.
  • work with school, families, parents and pupils on preventative and early intervention activities by investigating and identifying the circumstances behind the areas of concerns that trigger the involvement of specialist services and other agencies.

 

 Her main duties and responsibilities are to:

 

  1. Support parents of children with early signs of social, emotional, health or behaviour issues, and work with them school staff and other support agencies to prevent problems worsening and interfering with the pupil’s ability to engage with school and learning.
  2. Establish own casework within the school of pupils with behaviour, emotional and health difficulties.
  3. Identify with family and pupil opportunities to learn additional skills to enable a more appropriate approach to the learning process.
  4. Provide impartial information or referrals to parents about the school and relevant local services available to parents, pupils and families including those provided by education, social care, youth justice, childcare providers, the voluntary sector and others, including signing up for Free-school meals
  5. Identify in partnership with parents their needs for support via a CAF referral
  6. To organise tours of the school for prospective new parents
  7. To support parents and their children through transitions within and across schools to ensure continual engagement with school and learning.
  8. To encourage good relations and effective dialogue between parents and teachers about children’s progress.
  9. To ensure parents feel confident to engage with their child’s learning by facilitating and arranging family learning opportunities such as English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and computer literacy classes.
  10. Work with parent and families, school and pupil to identify why full attendance is not being achieved.
  11. Liaise with other agencies and work closely with health, social care and education staff.
  12. Provide support, advice and assistance to teaching and other school based staff regarding pupils with behaviour and emotional needs.
  13. Maintain records of pupil’s involvement and prepare reports for Head Teacher as required.

 

She can be contacted through the school office.

 

Pupil Support Adviser

 

Mrs Haider is the school’s Pupil Support Adviser.  The purpose of her job is to:

 

  • provide guidance to school, families, parents and pupils in a school context to enable positive participation to encourage their involvement in the school environment, and improving learning opportunities for children, with particular emphasis on hard-to-reach families.
  • work directly with parents empowering them and their families to get the most out of the educational opportunities available.
  • work with school, families, parents and pupils on preventative and early intervention activities by investigating and identifying the circumstances behind the areas of concerns that trigger the involvement of specialist services and other agencies.

 

 Her main duties and responsibilities are to:

 

  1. Support children with early signs of social, emotional, health or behaviour issues, and work with them school staff and other support agencies to prevent problems worsening and interfering with the pupil’s ability to engage with school and learning.
  2. Establish own casework within the school of pupils with behaviour, emotional and health difficulties.
  3. At the request of parents and the school to talk to pupils experiencing difficulties and convey the voice of the child to parents and school staff.
  4. To support children through transitions within and across schools to ensure continual engagement with school and learning.
  5. To encourage good relations and effective dialogue between pupils and teachers about progress.
  6. Work with pupils to identify why full attendance is not being achieved.
  7. Work closely with EWOs and school attendance officers.
  8. Liaise with other agencies and work closely with health, social care and education staff.
  9. Provide support, advice and assistance to teaching and other school based staff regarding pupils with behaviour and emotional needs.
  10. Maintain records of pupil’s involvement and prepare reports for Head Teacher as required.

 

She can be contacted through the school office.

 

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