Parent Support
School Events

Who is the School Parent Support Worker?

Gail Strange is our school's Parent Support Worker. She has been working at the school since May 2007.

What sort of help can I get from Parent Support?

Often it may be that parents want to talk about concerns they have about their child, but support can be offered in many different ways to help you in your role as parents.  Here are just some of the ways we have been able to help families:

  • One to one Support  
  • Making phone calls on your behalf
  • Writing letters of support to other agencies
  • Help with filling in forms for housing/benefit applications
  • Help with applying for secondary school places
  • Giving a listening ear when parents just need to talk
  • Attending meetings with parents
  • Pointing you in the right direction for specialist help and support
  • Helping to find furniture for families in an emergency
  • Getting children to and from school in an emergency
  • Parent Groups – offering training and support
  • Computer Training for parents
  • First Aid Training
  • Numeracy Workshops
  • Art and Craft Workshops
  • Parent Drop In Sessions
  • Advice sessions for Transition Information
  • Settling in sessions for children starting school  

When can I talk to Gail?

Gail is usually in school Monday-Thursday 8.30am-3.45pm.