St Willibrord’s is a school that feels it's partnership with parents is of the utmost importance and recognises good communication between the school and the home is essential.
Communications are reinforced through the school's open door policy that enables parents to discuss any problems or concerns at an early stage. Our school family worker has established good working relationships with parents and maintained strong home/school links.
Our school family worker has a number of responsibilities some of these include; Monitoring Attendance and Punctuality, (which highlights the need for possible early intervention with positive strategies to help parents improve attendance and punctuality), Social Skills groups, Rainbows (a programme designed to support children who have experienced a significant loss), managing behaviours and development, supporting the implication of the CAF and family support such as one to one and the ‘Parent Survival Course’ (which is open to all parents to promote positive parenting strategies). The family support worker aims to encourage maximum achievement and happiness during your child's life at school and recognises the need to support each other.
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