Parent Support Advisor

Your Parent Support Advisor Kam Bhogal at Loddon Primary School, is here to help.

Your Parent Support Advisor, offering support, help and guidance for parents and families who may need support in improving their child's school attendance, improving child's behaviour, workshops, training, parenting courses or simply access to information. You can contact me either via:

Direct Dial: 01182070210

School office: 01189261449

Mobile: 07530057905

E-mail:psa@loddon.wokingham.sch.uk

Working days: Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8.30am-4.00pm.

What does a Parent Support Advisor do?

Your Parent Support Advisor is here to offer support, guidance and a listening ear to parents of school children.

*The service is confidential and can support you with:

*Parental/ Family concerns
*School lateness/Attendance
*Behaviour issues
*Transition (moving) through schools
*Emotional well being
*Parent confidence building
*Bullying
*Child/ Parent relationship breakdown

How do they do it?

Parent Support Advisors give support to families in many different ways including:

*One to one contact
*Meeting with/ in school

*Parenting Courses
*Various parenting workshops
*Support in referring on to other/ more appropriate services
*Telephone/ text and email

 

 

When might you need to contact your Parent Support Advisor?

"I have a question about parenting"

"I need help getting my children to school on time"

"I would like someone to talk to"

"My child's behaviour is getting out of hand"

"I'm worried my child is being bullied"

"I'm struggling since my partner left, what can I do?


For more details please read the Parent Support Leaflet below.

Leading Parent Partnership Award 

Raising achievement by involving parents and carers in the work of our school

Involving yourself in your child’s education is an exciting challenge, with excellent benefits for your child, for you, for the school and for the local community.

Research has identified that, at age 7, a parent’s influence on a child’s learning is six times that of their school and even at 11 years old, it is 29% greater. Increased involvement can raise achievement by at least 18%. No involvement means low or no qualifications at 16.

We are using the Leading Parent Partnership Award (LPPA) to help strengthen our school’s partnership with parents. LPPA is a national award that will provide us with a valuable school improvement tool and also give us recognition for our commitment to working with parents.

 The LPPA will help us achieve these long-term benefits:

 •  contribute to improved pupil attendance, punctuality, behaviour and progress

•  increase parent participation and involvement

•  enhance parents’ support in their children’s learning

•  improve communication between home and school.

If you would like to become more involved or want more information, please contact your PSA.

Leading Parent Partnership Award 

For full details of objectives please contact your PSA 

May 17 Objective 1: The School demonstrates a commitment to work towards achieving the LPPA.

June 17 Objective 2: The school makes and implements effective plans to achieve and maintain the LPPA.

July 17 Objective 3: The school is a welcoming, communicative and friendly place for parents.

July 17 Objective 4: The school promotes the awareness and participation of all groups of parents in supporting their children's learning and developing their own learning. 

Sept 17 Objective 5: The school provides a good induction for all new parents. 

Upcoming workshops for parents and carers

Events 

International weekly term-time groups for parents and carers 

Useful links for parents, carers and families.

Care and support for children and families.

Find local and national services to support families in their daily life:

Looking for activity or event locally? 

Visit the council’s'What's On Guide' where you can search for activities and events in and around the borough.

The Local Offer.

Parents and carers of children with additional needs will find information on:

Head Lice Information

http://www.chc.org/homedir/faq.cfm