Early intervention Part 2 of 4: How can the school help?

Age range: 0 - 25 | Price: Free | Activity by: Nip in the Bud
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In this series of 4 films Alis and the Nip in the Bud team talk to a variety of experts to help explain how you can be part of your child’s journey towards better support and care from your local community - schools, your GP or local authority.

In part 2 of our 4-part Early Intervention series, we discuss the support parents and carers can garner form their children's school. Parents can benefit from speaking to teaching staff so they can discuss the child from each of their different points of view. The school might suggest involving the SENDCO (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator) who is trained to deal with a variety of concerns such as behaviour, anxiety, speech and language, learning or sensory needs.

Parents may want to seek outside help starting with speaking to the child’s teacher. Schools have specialists in their team who deal with the physical and emotional welfare of their pupils. The SENCo Rachel Adams-Constantine describes the role of the Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator.

Included in this film is our friend Alis Rocca brings with her over 18 years as a teacher, senior leader, Head Teacher, and Education Consultant, seamlessly blended with her passion for physical and mental health and well-being, connected to personal and organisational leadership development.

If you need more information we also have more films about conditions & experiences ( such as Anxiety, ADHD, Autism, Conduct Disorder, Depression, OCD, Self-Harm, Eating Disorders and PTSD) which all have accompanying comprehensive Fact Sheets and additional resources visit us at https://nipinthebud.org/

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