Sue Burt - St Peter's PFSA
What is the role of a Parent & Family Support Adviser?
- To enable children to gain maximum benefits from education
- To work in partnership with home and school to help your child reach their full potential
- To work closely with other professionals where necessary or to direct you to other services which may be of use
– To be there to listen to you or your child if you are
All families go through difficult times. This can affect children’s ability to do well at school.
I can help you by advising and working with you on issues such as:
√ Building a partnership between home and School
√ Behaviour (in and out of school)
√ Parenting Concerns
√ Family Issues
√ Emotional Wellbeing
√ Healthy Eating
√ Attendance at School
√ Signposting e.g. Housing
√ Feeling Isolated
√ Support for parents/carers who want to go back to
work or education
Contact me through your school, at Williton Children’s Centre or on
I can meet families in their own homes, at a Children’s Centre, at school
or somewhere else.
Supporting Families with children at; Danesfield Middle,
Knights Templar, Old Cleeve & St Peters First Schools.
I am also available during the school holidays.