My name is Erica Fearn and I am so excited to be your school Family Support Worker! Working with children and their families is my passion, which is why I feel so lucky to be a part of the Saint Whites Family.
Where can you find me?
If you are dropping your child(ren) off at school, it may be convenient to have a chat before the day begins. I am available from 8.30am – 9.00am every morning where you can either find me in my office or chatting with families out on the playground. If you would like to arrange a meeting for a different time of day, please feel free to give me a call or an email. You can get hold of me via the school office on 01594 822311 or via email.
What is a Family Support Worker?
A Family Support Worker is here to support the student(s) and their parents and/ or caregivers. If you have any concerns regarding your child’s behaviour and/or emotional wellbeing, I am here to help. Also, I am here to assist with referrals for outside support when necessary. My goal is to make sure all students and parents/ caregivers feel comfortable talking to me so that I can help all kids feel safe and happy when they come to school.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if your child or family would benefit in any way.
Family Support Workerkerrydixon@st-whites.gloucs.sch.uk
Hi my name is Kerry and I am the Family Support Worker whilst Erica is away. I am thoroughly enjoying working at St White's and working with wonderful children and families. If you would like any support or even just a chat please pop me an email on email@example.com, or call the school office on 01594 822311 and ask to speak to me, or you may want to catch me around school at drop off/pick up times.
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