What does a Parent Support Advisor do?
Your Parent Support Advisor is here to offer support, guidance and a listening ear to parents of school children.
The service is confidential and can support you with:
Parent confidence building
child/parent relationship breakdown
Transition through schools
Leaflets with more information can be downloaded at the bottom of the page or paper copies are available from the school office.
How do they do it?
Parent Support advisors give support to families in many different ways including:
One to one contact
Meeting with/in school
Various parenting workshops
Support in referring to to other/more appropriate services
Telephone/text and email
When might you need to contact your Parent Support Advisor?
“I have a question about parenting”
“I need help getting my children to school on time”
“I am worried about parents evening”
“My child’s behaviour is getting out of hand”
“I’m worried my child is being bullied”
“I’m struggling since my partner left, what can I do?”
“I’m not sure how to talk to my child/ren”
“I would like someone to talk to”
What is the main aim of the Parent Support Advisor?
The main aim of the service is to help parents to:
Improve/support parenting skills
Improve school attendance
Improve school punctuality
Engage in their child's learning
Get access to other services
The Wavell Cluster includes:
The Wavell Secondary School, South Farnborough Infant School, South Farnborough Junior School
Talavera Infant School, Talavera Junior School, St Peter’s CE Junior School,
North Farnborough Infant School, Marlborough Infant School, St Mark’s CE Primary School
St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School, Rowhill School
Tel: 07793 308974