Early Help Offer
At Rosehill School we understand that from time-to-time family life can have its complications. These may be the times when you need some extra help and support.
To support and advise you at such times we have an Early Help Offer.
The Designated Safeguarding Team (DSLs) can offer advice on a range of concerns or can signpost parents and carers to other sources of information, help and support.
What sort of concerns might parents share with our team?
A wide range of issues such as behaviour management, school refusal, financial worries and debts, domestic abuse, housing concerns, mobility difficulties, bereavement and loss, online safety, cyber bullying - in fact any concerns which you are worried might be having a negative impact on your child(ren).
What might we offer in response to your concerns?
- The schools Welfare officer Charlotte Turner, can offer a triage system and can also help with referrals and signposting of information.
- The school's wellbeing champions mental health and wellbeing team offer advice and guidance on wellbeing support and services
- 2 x trained staff in Mental Health First Aid
- Staff who can translate
- After School Clubs
- Open door policy and ‘drop ins’
- Induction sessions for children starting the school, including home visits
- Signs of Safety toolkit
- In house safeguarding protocols (There are 5 DSL, and a named safeguarding Governor)
- ‘Reading’ programmes
- Bespoke learning interventions e.g. reading, maths, phonics
- Sensory Occupational therapist support
- Speech and Language support
- Home school diaries
- Parent Information Sessions (academic and pastoral, eg Phonics workshops, Sex and Relationships Education, Online Safety, Sensory Regulation Strategies)
- Student Council
- Class Ambassadors
- Pupil Premium Offer
- Outdoor learning
- Specialist equipment including immersive room and sensory areas
- Government Fruit and Vegetable Scheme
- 2nd Hand Uniform
- Educational Welfare Officer support
- Curriculum provision and additional work from outside agencies support our children in learning how to keep themselves safe
Who might the school refer to?
- The Early Help Team Nottingham City
- Children and Young People's Services
- Whole Life Disability
- Counselling Services
- Nursing service
- Speech and Language Therapist
- Educational Psychologist
- Young Carers
- Local Authority Family Services team
- Educational Welfare Officer
- Continence Service
- Sleep Practitioner
Please also see information regarding what services and activities are available as part of the local offer at the link below.
Contact us when you have a concern which is affecting your child(ren). We will always try and see you quickly or give you a call to find out what the problem is and arrange to meet and discuss it with you.
Charlotte Turner email@example.com