This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's School Effectiveness Service Lead, Johnny Kyriacou and Slough Children's Services Trust Communications Officer, Andrew Scott, for the attention of all schools.
Thames Valley Police is committed to working with our partners to reduce domestic abuse harm and have developed a process called Operation Encompass in order to notify schools that a pupil has witnessed Domestic Abuse and may need additional welfare support at school.
Slough has committed to emotional wellbeing as one of their priorities for 2018/2019. There are a range of activities and services in place in and across Slough to support emotional wellbeing of our staff and students in school. We will be updating on this page as these projects evolve over the coming months.
This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Councils Senior Coordinator for Family Learning , Donna Briggs, for the attention of Headteachers, Deputy Headteachers, DSL's, Deputy DSL's and staff working on Early Help.
Slough Family Information Service (FIS) offers FREE impartial information and guidance about a wide range of services for children, young people and their families in response to statutory duty placed on local authorities.
Early Help is about identifying the needs of children and families at an early stage to prevent problems escalating, and empowering families to seek and accept tailored, coordinated support that improves the lives of individual children, young people and whole families.