Support for Families
At Hadfield Nursery School, we want to help and support all of our families as well as our children. That is why we provide Early Help and support to those families who need it.
What is Early Help?
Early Help is a way of getting extra support when you or your family needs it; getting help as soon as the difficulties start rather than waiting until things get worse.
It is for children and young people of any age. Help can come from all kinds of services and organisations who work together to support families. You might be using some of these services already and we want to make sure they are providing the right support for you and your family’s needs.
How do we support Early Help?
We provide Early Help through the activities we do in nursery; working alongside Health Visitors and a range of agencies; through the Derbyshire Early Help 0-5 Advisors and through our Family Liaison Worker, Michelle Lewis. If you think you might need some Early Help, or would like some advice or support with something at home, or at school, then please contact:
Diane Mottershead: Acting Headteacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)
Sue Perry: Teacher and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL)
Michelle Lewis: Family Liaison Worker