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  • Attending school is crucial for young children's learning, socialization, and future success
  • Attending school helps young children develop cognitive and social skills, fosters curiosity, and sets the foundation for future academic and personal success.
  • Regularly missing school can lead to a significant gap in a child's education, affecting their academic progress and future opportunities.

Ms Van-Davies, Parent Support Worker support families, parents, carers and children in our school. She works with parents and children to:

  • help improve behaviour and attendance
  • overcome barriers to learning to help parents support their children’s learning
  • work with parents to increase their involvement in their child’s education, both at school and at home.

Her work varies depending on each school's needs so it might include one-to-one support for parents to engage them with their children’s learning to working with groups of parents as well as a number of other areas such as:

  • arranging and running classes or events for parents
  • promoting attendance at parent evenings
  • giving one to one assistance to parents
  • contacting parents of absent pupils
  • arranging access to education services or other relevant specialist services for parents who may not have access
  • arranging and conducting home visits.

Please contact Ms Van Davies on 07542 810791 if you would a chance to talk or discuss any concerns you may have.