Family Liaison Officer
Hello, I am Carol Naunton – your Family Liaison Officer
At Broke Hall Primary School we understand that there are sometimes situations where a listening ear or additional support is needed.
There are many ways I can help, offering both practical and emotional support to you and your family in relation to parenting strategies, financial concerns, sleep, anxiety. I don’t have all the answers but I can signpost you to additional services who may be able to support you and your family.
Please do not hesitate to contact me via email email@example.com or, the school office 01473 729544 or on my mobile 07599 970273.
Some current information of events or groups running will be sent out via parentmail, please look out for these and again if you require any additional information please do not hesitate to contact me.
Click on the link to Parenting Courses for further information about a range of training courses available for parents and carers.
Want to know more about Family Wellbeing? Click here to see the Suffolk County Council Family Wellbeing pages.
The ParentHub for information for parents including seminars, courses, telephone numbers etc
Interested in the future of our young generation and how we can support and help them develop and grow in confidence? Come and listen to our speakers. Talks to be held on the last Thursday of each month (term time) and topics covered will include, ASD/ADHD, Child development, Anxiety, School attendance, Mental Health, Online Safety, Health, Education and Health Care Plans and many more. Venue: Ransomes Sports Pavilion Sidegate Avenue Ipswich IP4 4JJ Time: 9.30 am - 11.30am.
Due to the current situation, all ParentHub events have been cancelled. Date of next meeting is to be advised.
The Suffolk Parenting Hub is now live on Facebook! Please like, follow and share the page.
If you would like to receive any of the resources shown on the Facebook page, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Lives - Parent & Family Support
NSPCC - P.A.N.T.S. - Teaching your child to stay safe - see links below for more information
Realise Futures have a resource here which includes a selection of links to useful websites for home learning.
Information for Parents, Carers and Young People - Health & Wellbeing
New free Triple P digital magazine - Parenting in Uncertain Times - plenty of useful tips and strategies that are easy to read on phones and tablets. There are articles on home schooling, managing emotions during this period, ways to keep kids occupied, and much more:
CISS (County Inclusion Support Services) information for parents during the coronavirus pandemic.
Click on the picture to find Suffolk Info Link and some useful information and activities for families looking for emotional wellbeing support.
Due to the current circumstances, our One Life Suffolk family clubs will now be taking place via Zoom. The sessions will commence from Thursday 21st January
New, exciting webinars for families to join in together and learn about some key healthy lifestyle topics are now available. These 30 minute standalone webinars will be accessible via the OneLife Suffolk website. They are pre-recorded and accessible anytime. The webinars will cover 5 topics.
- Physical activity
- Sugary drinks
- Food labels
- Eatwell plate and portion size
- Wellbeing and sleep
To take part in these webinars, please go on the OneLife Suffolk website and there will be a link to view the webinars anytime. The webinars will be presented by highly trained practitioners using a slide deck to cover the topic.
The sessions will be available at any time on the OneLife Suffolk website and hosted on YouTube.
Mental Health Services for children and young people
Staying Safe Online - Special 'Teams' event - Friday 7th May @ 10am. Click here for more information.
Net Aware - Parents & Children review social networks, Apps & Games
External Agencies and Services
We have started up a closed Facebook group, Family First Ipswich Support, which parents can join via our facebook page.
Scope Click on the link to find out about 'Navigate' - a national mentoring service, that provides online emotional support for parents and carers of disabled children who are finding out about their child’s additional needs.