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Kingshurst Primary School

Inclusion Centre

Welcome to the Inclusion Centre page.

Our inclusion team are here to help and support you and your family at Kingshurst Primary School.

 

The team consists of the following people:

 

  Inclusion Manager – Dee Hepburn

 

Behaviour and Pastoral Manager - Alison Fryer 

 

  Assistant Inclusion Manager – Jenny Atkins

 

  Child and Family Support Worker – Louise McNulty

 

  Nurture Assistant – Sandra Burke

 

  Learning Mentor – Doreen Lee

Child and Family Support at Kingshurst Primary School

If you and your family are experiencing difficulties such as Domestic abuse, Substance or Alcohol misuse, financial problems, mental health problems, imprisonment, worries about your child or finding parenting difficult, then we may be able to support you.

 

Jenny Atkins (Assistant Inclusion Manager) and Louise McNulty (Child and Family Support Worker) are here to listen and support you with any difficulties you may be having so that you are not facing them alone. We are here to offer you non-judgemental support and advice to help you and your family move forward.

 

Jenny works Monday-Wednesday 8.30am-16.30pm and Louise works Wednesday-Friday from 8.30am-16.30pm. We can also be contacted on 0121 788 6510 where we have an answerphone where you can leave us a message.

Although we work in partnership with Children’s Services we are not Social Workers. We are here to help support you to ensure your children have the best start possible. Please get in contact if you need some help and we will be more than happy to offer you an appointment.

 

Why does school attendance matter?

* Good attendance and punctuality at school beginning from day one, at nursery and reception will mean your 

   child will establish good habits

* By being in school and on time everyday your child will not miss out on important lessons

* Being in School everyday will enable your child to further develop important social skills with other children and 

   adults

* Being in school everyday means your child will not miss out on new experiences and activities

* Being in school everyday means your child will develop and sustain friendships

 

 

 

 

Useful websites

We would love to be able to offer you support in school, but if you find that difficult we have put together a list of useful websites to help you access support from someone.

 

Help with Domestic abuse

http://bswaid.org/

http://www.mensadviceline.org.uk/

 

Help with Substance Misuse

http://sias-solihull.org.uk/

http://aquarius.org.uk/

 

Help with Parenting

http://www.familylives.org.uk/

 

Help with Housing

https://www.solihullhomeoptions.org.uk/Data/ASPPages/1/30.aspx

 

Help with finance

https://www.gov.uk/browse/benefits

https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/debt-and-money/

 

Help with Mental Health

http://www.solihullmind.org.uk/

 

Information about Autism

http://www.autismwestmidlands.org.uk/

 

Support for people with a Disability

http://www.solihullsolo.org/services/

 

Help for young carers

http://www.solihullcarers.org/young-carers/

 

For information about the school admissions procedures, please see the Solihull Council website:

http://www.solihull.gov.uk/admissions

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