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Support for Parents/Carers

Education Inclusion Family Advisor

We have excellent links with the Education Inclusion Family Advisor linked with our school, Sarah Haddrell.  

Education Inclusion Family Advisors offer support in various ways:

  • 1:1 sessions (currently offered virtually)
  • Workshops on specific topics (currently held virtually)
  • Signposting to other services such as parenting courses and support services

The Pastoral Team can make a referral to Sarah on your behalf to ask for information, advice or support or you can contact her directly by email

Transitioning Workshops

Do you have a child who will be transferring from pre-school to reception, or year 6 to year 7 (primary to secondary)?  If so, EIFA have workshops for you.


Copies of the EIFA's monthly newsletters can be found on our Community Noticeboard here.

Parenting Courses

We all need help from time to time and a parenting course can help to equip you with the skills and knowledge to understand your child’s behaviour and give you the confidence and strategies to manage common parenting challenges.  You can register your interest in attending a parenting course here - Register your interest for a parenting course! (

Reducing parental conflict and building healthier relationships

Conflict between parents is a normal part of relationships and family life. Conflict can be present between parents whether they are together or separated. There are free courses for parents whether together, separated or considering separation who want to find ways to improve their relationship, get on better and find helpful ways to communicate. You can find out more information here - Reducing Parental Conflict Programme - Cambridgeshire County Council

Education Inclusion Family Advisor Online Workshops

The Education Inclusion Family Advisors offer a range of online workshops for parents/carers with children in primary school.  Please click here to read more about forthcoming workshops in June and July, which cover a variety of topics including supporting your child with feelings of worry, and anger, digital/internet safety, sleep and parental well-being.