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Family Liaison Officer

Family Liaison Officer

As a school we work hard to support our families, who we value as an integral part of our school community. Our Family Liaison Officer, is here to help build and maintain these relationships. We are on an exciting journey working in partnership with our parents and we very much look forward to you joining us.

Family Liaison Officer

Mrs Jo Mannion

(E) j.mannion@pwhs.co.uk

(T) 0161 445 8786 / 07977224943

 

 

 

Home Visits

Our Family Liaison Officer can offer home visits to discuss ways in which further support can be offered to you and your family. We use a coordinated approach though early help assessment. From this, supportive links can be created within our internal school community and with external agencies. Examples of support that you might want to discuss are: Attendance, Behaviour, Housing, Mental health, Financial and Safeguarding.

Please contact Jo for further information:

(E) j.mannion@pwhs.co.uk

(T) 0161 445 8786 / 07977224943

Active Parents Programmes

Our active parents’ programmes are engaging ways in which we can break down the barriers that parents often experience at the secondary school gate and enable us to enjoy a shared partnership.

Contact Jo for more information on any of our Active Parents programmes:

(E) j.mannion@pwhs.co.uk 

(T) 0161 445 8786 (M) 07977224943

Active parents: Get Cooking

Active Parents is a 4 week programme offering an opportunity for you to engage with your child’s learning through cooking. The programme is designed to help the smooth transition through each key stage and develop working relationships between home and school to support your child’s learning.  The sessions are relaxed and fun. We really look forward to working with you.

Active Parents: Parenting Your Teen

Parenting Your Teen is a 5 week course for parents of pre-teens and teenagers, it is a practical and friendly resource. The course is designed to help the transition from childhood to adolescence be as smooth as possible for both young person and parent. It aims to prevent sever behavioural and emotional problems in young people by enhancing the knowledge, skills and confidence of parents.

Active Parents: BOOST

BOOST is a structured course designed to boost mood, thinking, relaxation, assertiveness, motivation, sleep and confidence. In these sessions you will learn lots of skills and tips for coping with problems, managing your feelings and will help you to make plans for doing more of the things that make you feel good.

Early Help Assessments

To discuss this further contact Jo Mannion or follow the link below for more information.

https://hsm.manchester.gov.uk/kb5/manchester/directory/site.page?id=Pa30YkIftcs

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    Academic Year 2019/2020

    Young Carers

    A young carer is someone aged 18 or under who helps look after a relative who has a condition, such as a disability, illness or mental health condition. This might involve extra jobs around the house such as cooking, cleaning, or physically helping someone. Some children give a lot of physical and emotional help. Our weekly young Carers club gives our young carers a place to be. We are currently working towards our young carers award in the academic year of 2020-2021.

    For information or advice, contact Jo Mannion.