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St Paul's Church of EnglandPrimary School

'Love God, Love Ourselves, Love Others, Love Learning'

Family Support Team

 

                                            

                        Welcome to the Rainbow Room

 

          Hi, we are the Pupil & Family Support team here at St Paul’s C of E Primary smiley

                                                                                

                                        Mrs Sally Graham                                     Mrs Julie ralph

                           Senior Pupil and Family Support                      Pupil and Family Support

                      

 

Children have two main educators in their lives, their parents/carers and the adults in school.

Together we have a crucial role to play!

 

Our Pupil and Family Support Team are the link between home and school and are here to help with any concerns you may have or any difficulties you may be experiencing. As parents ourselves, we understand how challenging life can be at times and are here to support you and your child.

 

We deliver supportive interventions in the Rainbow Room to enhance the social and emotional well-being of our St Paul's pupils and also provide family support to our parents/carers, with access to more specialist support if needed.

 

Our team can offer support and practical advice in relation to behaviour, routines and boundaries, improving attendance/punctuality, anxiety, friendships, high school transition, family issues such as separation/divorce, bereavement, domestic violence, drugs & alcohol, mental health and anything else that may impact your child’s well-being.

 

We also have a food bank and a uniform bank which is available to anyone in need at any time!

 

If you ever need to talk about a concern or a challenge you are facing then please contact the office, we can speak on the phone or arrange to chat in the Rainbow Room. 

 

If we can’t help we will probably know someone that can!   

 

 

Useful links:

 

Always remember if you are in immediate danger call 999

Pendle domestic violence initiative – a wide range of support and interventions for victims of domestic abuse in the Pendle area – www.pdvi.org.uk

National domestic violence information run in partnership with Women’s aid & refuge offering advice to women – www.nationaldomesticviolencehelpline.org.uk

Men’s advice line – advice and support for men experiencing domestic violence/abuse – www.mensadviceline.org.uk

CRUSE – support and advice after the death of someone close – www.cruse.org.uk

Winston’s Wish – offering support for bereaved children and their families – www.winstonswish.org.uk

NSPCC share aware – Keeping your child safe on social media – www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/share-aware

NSPCC Let’s talk Pants – conversations to keep your child safe from abuse – www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/underwear-rule

Child sexual exploitation (CSE) – PACE campaign website to support parents/cares & children affected by CSE - http://paceuk.info

Support line – a useful website for children young adults & adults on many issues including domestic violence, drug & alcohol, bullying, homelessness, mental health and many more – www.supportline.org.uk

Social housing – information relating to housing in Pendle including homelessness, housing benefits, help & advice for tenants – www.pendle.gov.uk

Children & family well-being service – provides services to help with parenting, families and other support – www.lancashire.gov.uk

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