Welcome From Your Student Wellbeing Lead
'Parents and carers are overwhelmingly positive in their views of the school'. (Ofsted July 2014)
Hello and welcome!
My name is Allison Newcombe and I'm your School based Student Health & Wellbeing Lead. I am here to help and support you and can be contacted on site at Brook Green Centre For Learning on a daily basis from 08:45am – 15:00pm Monday - Thursdays.
I am a non-teaching member of staff working alongside Parents / Carers / Students and School staff to ensure the wellbeing of students. However, please be aware that if there are concerns around a child's safety or well-being, then the information disclosed will have to be shared with the relevant designated person.
My role is to provide easy access and support such as:
- Support through transition periods, especially Primary School to Secondary School
- Help and support with paperwork and/or forms
- Signposting to other services available
- Offering parenting and adult learning opportunities
- Support in meetings
- Home visits on request
- Listening to your everyday queries or concerns
- Attendance support
Why do we have a Student Healt & Wellbeing Lead?
Being a parent or carer is one of the most rewarding and difficult jobs and at times may feel one of the loneliest. There aren't any instruction manual’s that come with a child, yet we all want what's best for our children and we can all benefit with a little help from time to time.
I am here to support you as your child goes through their schooling at BGCFL
Remember, YOU are the biggest influence in your child's life!
My contact details:
Brook Green Centre for Learning, Bodmin Road, Whitleigh, Plymouth, Devon, PL5 4DZ
School: 01752 773875 / 753905
Family and Parent Learning @ BGCFL
There is evidence that parent and
child learning together can have a major impact on how a child learns and
performs at school.
Family and parent learning takes place in many different ways, often in very informal situations and typically it will always involve parents and children learning together. This may be through a parent volunteering to support their child's reading or families attending special activities and events together or through sessions aimed at parents supporting their child's learning, for example.
If you would like more information on Family and Parent Learning please contact us.
Useful links for Parents / Carers
For resources on sexting please click here: http://www.childnet.com/resources/pshetoolkit/sexting/just-send-it