Click HERE to read Lancashire's information on Early Help.
The school’s four DSLs meet at least weekly to discuss
vulnerable children in school. All conversations and actions are recorded on
CPOMS. As a team, the DSLs discuss the best course of action for each child or
family be that additional help in school, liaising with parents, signposting to
other supporting agencies or referring to other supporting agencies.
Lancaster Lane School we understand that from time to time family life can have
its complications. These may be the times when families need some extra
help and support. To support and advise families at such times we have an Early Help
Safeguarding Team within school can offer advice on a range of concerns or can
signpost parents to other sources of information, help and support.
What sort of concerns might parents share with us?
This can be any concerns parents may
have which may be having a negative impact on their children. This can include:
Financial worries and debts
Bereavement and loss
Helping with divorce and separation
Online safety issues
Sleep issues and routines at home.
What might the school offer in response to your
work with the school’s pastoral TA (Miss Marsden) /
Family Support Worker (Mrs Braithwaite)
Club and Stoppers After School Club
sessions for children starting Reception class, including home visits
house safeguarding protocols (1 DSL, 3 Deputy DSLs, 1 named Governor) and our Open Door Policy
to the Rainbow Room (sensory room)
learning interventions e.g. reading, maths, phonics
and Language Therapy
Information Sessions (academic and pastoral, eg reading workshops, online
range of after school extra curricular activities
Fruit and Vegetable Scheme
Hand Uniform / nearly new rail
provision and additional work from outside agencies support our children in
learning how to keep themselves saf.
Click HERE to read Lancashire's Working Well With Families and Children in Lancashire information.
Mrs Geldard and Mrs Park have completed EHA training.