Services in Ealing
Extended Services—Working with others
There are a variety of services that the school uses to support, advise and further develop and support children and families within school. Our Deputy Headteacher of Inclusion Miss Tolan can provide more information about family information Services, social services, SAFE teams and after school clubs.
Ealing Family Information Service (0-19 years)
The Family Information provide information, advice and guidance on:
- Ofsted registered childcare
- Childrens centre
- Childcare Funding
- Family Support
- Leisure activities
- Additional needs and disability
- Working with Children
- Young People
SAFE Service (0-18 years)
The SAFE Team (Supportive Action for Families in Ealing) is a multi-agency service based on a partnership between Ealing Council, the West London Mental Health Trust, and Ealing Primary Care Trust.The service works with children, young people and their families to try to prevent difficulties from escalating to a point where social services or other specialist agency intervention becomes necessary. Made up of professionals from multiple professional backgrounds, the teams provide early intervention through targeted support and can help point families to a range of services that are available.
The SAFE Team can be contacted on the following numbers:
The Educational Social Worker (E.S.W)
The Educational Social Workers are based at Perceval House and support the school in a range of areas including:
- Child protection
- Benefits advice
The Education Psychology Service
The Schools Psychology Service is based at Carmelita House, Ealing. They advise the school in supporting children with developmental and learning difficulties, emotional or social problems. Children are usually referred through the Head teacher, SENCo, Health Visitors or by parents.
- SEND Report (Special Educational Needs and/ or Disability)
School Health Services
The team is based at Acton Health Centre. They support and advise the school on all matters of health. The school nurse visits the school weekly. Throughout a child’s time at school they will be weighed and measured. Additionally, they will also undergo hearing and eyesight tests.
Interviews and checks are as follows:
- 5+ health interviews
- 8+ vision check (including colour vision)
- General health problems
To speak to the school nurse you can contact the Duty Office at Acton Health Centre on 0208 383 8756.