If we think your child may need extra support we will discuss this with you. If you think you or your child needs help or advice of any kind, please speak to your child’s teacher. We have a team of people who work with us at school to support you and your children. Some are in school every day, but some only occasionally.
What they do
Organises the team
Helps with health issues
Education Welfare Officer
Helps with attendance issues
Helps families with advice on support available
Helps children with
CAMHS- Child & adolescent mental health service
Helps children with
Safer neighbourhood Police officer
Helps with keeping safe in the community
Behaviour Support Advisor
Helps the school with
Help outside school
Islington Family Information Service:
If you aren’t sure what you need, or where to get it, our team of friendly advisors can provide information, advice and guidance on all local services for children, young people and families, Call 020 7527 5959, or see our online directory at www.islington.gov.uk/familydirectory
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)
An NHS service that provides specialist services for children experiencing a range of emotional and behavioural difficulties.
You can ask school to contact us, or call us on 0207 445 8150
A national helpline that provides round the clock help and advice for all parents and carers
Call 0808 800 2222 or visit www.parentlineplus.org.uk
We provide one to one support to families with housing and financial difficulties, and enable them to access other services and resources.
Call 0845 600 1055 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Action Islington
We support parents and carers of 5-12 year olds, families affected by adult mental health issues and Young Carers. We offer free counselling and a Kinship Carers group (grandparents and others).
Call 020 7272 6933 or email: email@example.com
Coram Islington Parenting Support Service
We specialise in supporting parents of teenagers, but can also help if you have younger children. We provide a one to one support service, parenting groups, and a parenting helpline.
Call 0808 168 5717or email firstname.lastname@example.org