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Early Help

The purpose of Early Help is to prevent any issues from getting worse by offering support at the right time. By providing support to our families early, we aim to make sure that advice and support is given before any concerns escalate and start to have more significant impact.  Early Help support is offered to the whole family, and only with agreement and engagement. 

Early Help refers to the offer of any information, advice or support to children, young people and their families as soon as possible in their lives, or when issues emerge, to help prevent problems from escalating.

If you feel you, your child or your family need any support with anything in your lives please do not hesitate to contact us.  You can speak to any of our seniour leadership team; Mrs Railton, Mrs Farrell and Mrs Jones.  We are all very experienced and can offer a supportive chat and begin the process of getting the help you need quickly. 

Mrs Zoe Jones

Mrs Julie Railton 

Mrs Clare Farrell

Below is a leaflet providing more information:

My Life Warrington

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Where to go for help and advice around your child's behaviour

 

NSPCC Positive Parenting PDF

 

Young Minds

 

If you're experiencing challenging behaviour from your child, here are our tips for what you can do and where to get help. In this guide we provide information and strategies for parents of primary aged children. Some suggestions may also feel appropriate for older children and young people.

 

  1. What is challenging behaviour?

  2. How can I talk to my child about their behaviour?

  3. How can I help my child?

  4. Finding professional help

  5. Where to get further support


 

St Joseph's Family Centre 

 

St Joseph’s Family Centre provides a range of services to support families and individuals in Warrington, in overcoming the problems of family stress, family breakdown and the diverse emotional health challenges of modern life.

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