Hi, my name is Jackie Moldrich. My role is to offer support, help and guidance for parents and families who may need it. I enjoy supporting families so that we work together to enable children to thrive both at home and school.
I am here to help. You can contact me on 0208 724 1061 or you can also catch me in the playground. Stop by and say hello!
Below are some of the areas that I can help with.
Additional services the school offers
School Counsellor: Our school counsellor, Saima Qaiyum, is in school every Monday, working with children identified as needing support to cope with social and emotional difficulties. If you feel that your child needs help from her then please speak to our SENCo (Ms Reilly).
School Nurse: We work closely with the school nursing team. They are able to provide advice and guidance to parents on a variety of health and well-being issues. If you would like an appointment with the school nurse please contact Jackie Moldrich who can arrange this for you.
Speech and Language Support: We work with a company called WordsFirst who provide support for children who have Speech and Language Needs. We also have our own Specialist Learning Support Assistant who also works with the children in implementing their speech and language programmes. If you feel your child needs additional support for this area then pleas speak to our SENCo (Ms Reilly)
Mental Health Support: We have a number of staff who have received the Mental Health First Aid training, supporting staff to spot signs and symptoms of common mental health issues. The provide non-judgemental support and reassurance, and guide the child/young person and/or adult to seek the support they need. For further information please contact:
Jackie Moldrich- Adult Mental Health First Aid
B Reilly- Child Mental Health First Aid
For more information regarding other local and national services that provide support, please click on the link below:
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