The Family Support workers at Olton Primary are:
Mrs Napier - (Full time, across both sites)
Ms Glover - (Part-time, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, across both sites)
Mrs Watkins - ( Two days per week)
Please remember Mrs Napier and Mrs Glover are always on hand to help and support and you can make contact with them if there is anything you want to talk through.
Below are links to a useful video and websites from Solihull School Nursing Team aimed at Primary school aged children regarding emotional health and well-being.
The website links include self-help videos for young people with all sorts of tips on exercise, sleep, worry and how to take care on social media as well as advice and sources of support.
Losing someone is one of the hardest things to face but it isn’t something that you have to tackle alone.
Learn more about St Mary's Hospice bereavement support.
Women's Aid provide support to women and their children in the Birmingham and Solihull area.
Call their confidential helpline on 0808 800 0028
At Olton we like to give special attention to our students who are Young Carers. Every half term we come together to acknowledge the children's roles, build friendships with other Young Carers and take part in some well-deserved fun activities.
Eat Well Move More is a FREE support service for children (4-16years) who are classified as overweight or obese (over 91st centile).
Eat Well Move More Self Referral. Eat Well Move More is a family healthy lifestyle service for children and their families. Eligibility: Aged 4 (must be in Reception) – 16 years
We have put together a selection of resources and strategies to support the wellbeing of your whole family which we hope you will find useful. These can be accessed via the link below.
Click on the link below for Covid-19 information:
Our Family Support Worker Team of Mrs Napier, Ms Glover and Mrs Watkins will be sending home a termly newsletter with lots of useful information to support parents.
The newsletter will include :