Help and Support
The wellbeing of our pupils, staff and wider school community is very important to us at Fulbourn primary School. We believe that children learn best when they feel happy, safe and secure. We all need some help or advice from time time and at Fulbourn we want you to know that you can talk to any member of staff about any difficulties you or your child may be experiencing. We have a dedicated Pastoral Support Team: Nichola Grove, Kerry Middleditch and Alison Monk, and you should not hesitate to reach out to any one of us to discuss anything you would like support with.
You are welcome to drop by the school office to speak to our Pastoral Team or you can contact us on 01223 712525 or email us at email@example.com to arrange an appointment to discuss your concern.
Support and Help When You're Worried
A safeguarding concern is when a child or young person is living in circumstances where there is a risk of physical, sexual, emotional abuse or neglect. If you think a child or young person is at risk, you can talk to one of our designated safeguarding leads via the school office at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01223 712525.
You can find more about our approach to safeguarding here: Fulbourn Primary School - Safeguarding
You can also talk directly to social care by calling: 0345 045 5203
IF YOU THINK A CHILD IS IN IMMEDIATE DANGER AND NEEDS URGENT HELP, PLEASE CALL THE POLICE ON 999.
How we can support you and your your child?
We can offer support and advice on a range of concerns or we can signpost you to other sources of information, help and support.
- Worries about attending school
- Emotional wellbeing
- Friendship difficulties and bullying
- Progress in learning
- Transition to secondary school
- Support with managing behaviour at home
- Financial worries
- Support if you are experiencing domestic abuse
- Housing concerns
Our Pastoral Support Team will triage your concern and offer advice as to how best we can support you.
- We work in partnership with parents/carers to agree what support will be most helpful to you and your child.
- We can support children through 1-1 and small group work to target low self esteem, increased resilience, improved social and communication skills and developing emotional literacy.
We have excellent links with local services that support families, and we will work together with you to signpost and refer you to services that can support you and your family for example
- The Local Authority Early Help Team
- Children and Young People's Services,
- Counselling and mental health service
- Health services including school nurse & community dentist
- Services that support with financial and housing concerns
- Young Carers