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The school has accessed some free parenting workshops for parents from ParentGym (this course is a repeat of the popular course which runs in school each year). The programme runs for 7 weeks and will take place in school in the Art Room on Tuesday between 9-11am, starting on Tuesday 23rd January. We strongly recommend that all 7 sessions should be attended and due to popularity of the course ask that you only sign up if you can commit to all of the sessions. The course will open on a first come first serve basis.
- Taster (45 mins) – 23rd January 2024
- Week 1: Chat – 30th January 2024
- Week 2: Love – 6th February 2024
- Half-term: No session – 13th February 2024
- Week 3: Behave – 20th February 2024
- Week 4: Care – 27th February 2024
- Week 5: Discover – 5th March 2024
- Week 6: Together – 12th March 2024
Please click on the following link in order to look at some ParentGym Feedback reports completed by Rhodes Avenue parents who attended the workshops over the past few years.
Please click on the following link in order to watch a short video explaining further how ParentGym works.
We at Rhodes Avenue believe that all of our parents and carers may need support at one time or another. One of the avenues that we have available to us is Early Help.
Haringey’s Early Help can become involved through a referral from School, GP’s and/or other services. It is a multi-agency approach which involves all practioners involved with the family, for example, school. From receipt of the referral, the MASH team (Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub) will be passing on the information to the Early Help Team. This can take up to a week. If the threshold is reached, a family support worker will be allocated and will contact the family and the school.
Early Help Service can offer advice and guidance as well as practical, hands-on support, with a whole family approach. Early Help will work alongside you with other professionals to enable you to make and sustain the changes needed to improve your family situation.
Supporting you and your family, and understanding your concerns, Early Help will create an action plan describing how they will work together to help you, supported by other professionals and services.
Early Help want to understand your family’s strengths and what is not working so well. To do this, Early Help will work in partnership with you and, with your consent, alongside colleagues from school, who are also able to help. Working together, Early Help will address the issues you and your family are facing and, over time, build your confidence, knowledge and skills to enable you to deal with future challenges.
Early Help offers:
- A two-way conversation
- Practical hands on support
- Advice and guidance
- Whole family approach
For further information please contact Emel Ali (Designated Teacher).