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Welfare Visits

School welfare visits are a means of providing pastoral care to vulnerable children and families.

School welfare checks

School welfare checks include:

  • Meeting students face-to-face in a socially distanced way
  • Making sure the child looks well and is happy
  • Speaking with the child and parents and carers and talking abut concerns and worries
  • Helping families to access welfare funds, food banks and other sources of help
  • Providing a personalised education service including lessons at home via worksheets and online

Active TT work with children and families who endure ACEs and other potential causes of extreme and prolonged stress. Without understanding and addressing underlying concerns and issues, children’s welfare, safety and learning is negatively affected. The COVID crisis has highlighted the absolute necessity of seeing families and checking on their mental health and safety.

Commissioned by local authorities and schools, we often support students with Educational Health Care Plans and special educational needs that make it harder for children to learn compared to other children of the same age. The balance between welfare and education needs and the number of hours per week, is determined by what the child, family and local authority need.  

“we make sure that we visit the family and see and chat with the young person to ensure their welfare is paramount.” Sarah Oakley

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Tower St
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