Education Welfare Officer
Hello I'm Susan Dobbing, your Education Welfare Officer.
I'm here to help you with any worries or concerns you have about your child. It can be about home or school or anything that can impact on family life, so let's work together and make it a positive and happy school experience for everyone. We need good home-school communication to work in partnership with you. For my part, I can offer a listening ear, supporting the move to secondary school, welcome you as a new parent, help with routine and information about other agencies.
I can also offer support with things like;
- New to school
- Illness in the family
- Relationship breakdown
All are in strict confidence and impartial advice
I know parenting is not an easy job and at times things can get tough. It can be great and rewarding one day and challenging and helpless the next but I'm here to help you! Don't feel alone or isolated, come and have a chat.
There are lots of opportunities for you to come into school. During the last year we have arranged everything from family learning classes to help you help your child, updating your ICT skills with Apple applications and plenty of arts and crafts sessions. Currently we are preparing the garden with children and adults lending a hand to weed, plant and sow vegetables and flowers.
Keep up to date by reading the outside notice boards. I'm also open to any suggestions for future courses and sessions. Tell me your good ideas and suggestions and together we may be able to make things happen.
I'm available during school hours but I am happy to make other arrangements or home visits if that helps. We also have Mrs Jackson, our Learning Mentor and Mrs Wilson Senior Behaviour and Inclusion HLTA who work with children around school. More information about our Learning Mentor is available by clicking here.
Call into school or phone 01642 673984 or 07730 748058