Parent Support Advisor
The school is committed to ensuring parents have an opportunity for direct support and offer the services of our Parent Support. The school aims to support parents and carers by delivering family support which enables you to learn, share and be supported by the professionals at this school and others within the wider community. "my role is to offer advice and support to parents and carers in any matters concerning your child's education and development. I will help you identify needs and support you and your children with information, advice and guidance. I may not have all the answers but aim to enable you to work out how to find them". Kirsty Mason. Parent Support Advisor. NNEB HLTA.
Parent Contact - School Communication System
We also communicate with parents via text message and email. Please ensure that you provide us with your current contact details and let the school office know of any changes.
WEBS-Working Together to Encourage Behaviour Strategies.
Once a year we offer a 12 week programme (2 hours per week) designed to support parents/carers who have a child with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Using strategies adapted from the Incredible Years Programme and with the experience and knowledge of professionals (delivered by CYPLD nurses) who work with children. The course aims to build on knowledge and skills of the parent/carer. If you are interested please contact on our main telephone number 01453 822155.
Stay and Play at The Shrubberies School
Every Thursday morning, from 9.30am to 11.30am. To support and promote the all-round development of pre-school children with additional needs through fun activities. If you are interested, please contact the office and we will arrange for you to talk to the Stay and Play Leader. The stay and play flyer can be found by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page.
Annual Information Evening At The Shrubberies School
This event usually takes place early in July and provides staff, parents and governors to meet each other. External institutions and providers who deliver resources, respite, and opportunities, are also invited to share their literature, knowledge and experience of supporting young people with special needs.
Face 2 Face parents supporting parents
An introduction from a new service hosted by Carers Gloucestershire and set up by parent carers. A free and confidential befriending service for parents of children who are disabled or who have additional support needs.
Learning your child has additional needs or a disability is life changing. We have a team of volunteers who can help.
What we can offer
Emotional and practical support from trained volunteers who are all parents of children with additional support needs. Our volunteer befrienders can help parents through diagnosis or other difficult times.
How it works
You can call, text, or email the scheme coordinator for more information. If this service is right for you, we will match you with a befriender who will contact you to arrange a first visit. This normally happens in your home and you can then choose if you wish to continue meeting on a regular basis.
If you would like to know more about the service or are interested in meeting other parents, please contact the scheme coordinator, on 07580 243717 or email email@example.com. The link at the bottom of this page will provide you with further information.
HELPLINE NUMBER: 0808 800 3333 firstname.lastname@example.org