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School FLO

Rachael Parker

Family Liaison Officer

Our Family Liaison Officer Miss Parker will be here to provide pastoral support to parents or carers, and help with any issues that you may have in relation to supporting your child/children, both at home and in school. The FLO works to encourage parental involvement within school, signpost to agencies (where appropriate) and support children in school. Should you have a personal concern or school related issue, then they will always here as a listening ear.

The FLO also has access to a number of agencies who may be able to provide support to you and your family. Any query, large or small that you may require  assistance with, the FLO will be available to help.


The FLO liaises with all school staff, always in the best interests of the children and their families and works
confidentially, so if you ever need advice or support, or just a cuppa and an informal chat, the FLO will be on hand.  
You will also be able to catch the FLO in the mornings or after school in the playground.



Children's Mindfulness and Wellbeing

Please click on our special hub where you will find lots of links, information and resources to help support children


Support Services

A CV-19 Reference Guide for Parents

Kent Fostering Information

Kent Fostering and Supported Homes are looking for new carers and hosts to join our outstanding fostering community in helping to care for some of Kent’s most vulnerable children and young people.


We are getting in touch to ask if you would be able to support us by sending out a copy of the attached leaflets to your parents, either as part of your newsletter or through your parent-school communication system. 


If you feel that you would be able to help us or if you would like any further information please do get in touch.

What if my child has a cough or cold?

The cold & flu season has arrived and there seems to be understandably some confusion as to when you should or shouldn’t send your children into school.


If your child is displaying symptoms such as a cough (NOT CONTINUOUS)  and a cold they can still attend school.


If the cold becomes very heavy please keep them off for 2 – 3 days or until they are well enough to return.  If however any member of your household  displays any of the main three symptoms of Coronavirus listed below


● a high temperature

a new continuous cough

 a loss or change to sense of smell or taste,


A test must be booked and  your house hold self-isolate for fourteen days or until a negative result is received. Then your child(ren)may return to school.


If your child(ren) displays any of the above coronavirus symptoms whilst at school you will be contacted and asked to collect them straight away along with any siblings.


To order a home test kit or book an appointment at a test site please go to the link below, additionally you can contact 119.


Rachael Gower, FLO

KCC - Kent Together Helpline

The Kent Together helpline and webpage remain open for anyone in the county who is struggling during the pandemic. Any Kent resident who requires support with accessing food, or who has any other urgent needs, can call 03000 429292 or visit:

Bounce Back!

Bounce Back is a 6 week youth, emotional resilience course for 10-14 year olds. Please click on the below PDF to find out more.


FREE: Thanet Early Help online workshops – Virtual Behaviour Sessions

Monthly workshops for families with children 0 – 10 years, delivered by Early Help Workers, covering one of the following topics relating to children’s behaviour:

  • Play - October 2020
  • Sleep - November 2020
  • Tantrums - December 2020
  • Boundaries, Consequences and Praise – January 2021


These can be accessed by parents/carers on the Thanet Children’s Centre Facebook page:


Sessions are held on a private group attached to the Facebook page. Request permission to join the group/s, once accepted, families have a month-long access to live and recorded sessions, Q and As, resources and support.


KCHFT – FREE online Solihull Parenting courses

Kent Community Health Foundation Trust (KCHFT) Health Visiting have purchased online Solihull Parenting Programmes, the 4 Courses include:

  • Understanding pregnancy, labour, birth and your baby
  • Understanding your baby aged 0-12 months
  • Understanding your child aged 0-18
  • Understanding your teenager's brain


The following link and password can be shared with families to be able to gain access.  Solihull will record the number of courses accessed and provide data to KCHFT. Go to: apply the access code: Invicta and register for an account.


Understanding you, Understanding Your Child

Emotional Wellbeing

Emotional Wellbeing is just as important as physical health. Please click on the below Dragonfly Impact Education PDF where you will find information and tips on anxiety and help on empowering young lives. They advocate that helping young people to manage their emotions is as important as teaching them to read and write.

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