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Getting Help


  • Move IT - a weight management programme for CYP (aged 5-18) and their families. The programme will support CYP through goal setting and providing an insight as to what success looks like. CYP engage in a weekly session for 6 weeks where they learn about the importance of a healthy lifestyle, whilst being introduced to habits that will be pivotal for a sustained healthy weight.  
  • Be Active - school holiday programme activities. Discretionary places for children on a range of sports activities during school holidays. 
  • Active Schools programme - smoothie workshops, yoga sessions, and healthy eating support on offer  

To identify and support pupils and families who are not on a school role and ensure they are receiving an appropriate level of education.

To offer support to families of pupils who are on a reduced timetable with the aim of achieving a full-time education 

Ensure pupils and families are supported through the process when facing school exclusions and ensure a new school is allocated according to statutory guidelines.  

  • Relax Kids: These groups are particularly beneficial for children who may be experiencing anxiety, low self-esteem, or lack of confidence. They can be delivered in a group or one to one. 
  • Targeted Book start scheme the scheme gifts a book to children 5–10-year-olds deemed vulnerable.  

To offer advice and guidance to families who are eligible for free school meals including pupil premium 

M&P monitors children who are not accessing school for a variety of reasons. The multi-agency panel ensures every pupil and family receive suitable support and an adequate education. 

Located in the MASH team, the worker will notify and support schools where attendance is an issue and offer guidance and support in triggering an Early Help plan 

  • Termly targeted support meetings to identify pupils with poor attendance, agree targeted actions and access to services.  
  • First day response should they not arrive at school and advice and guidance provided to families.  

The delivery of packages of care for 5-19 sleep support  

Venus - provides therapeutic interventions for children and young people aged 5-18 which includes person centred counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). 


Last Updated on Friday, November 3, 2023

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