'Shared responsibility for the education of pupils here at Horsenden, both at home and at school.'
We were recently awarded the EFSP Award (Ealing Family School Partnership) for successful completion of the programme run by Ealing’s Extended Services Team.
The next Parent Forum session takes place on Wednesday 4th March 2020 at 9am to 10am, repeated at 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Our Parent Forum sessions are a way of involving parents in school life. Giving parent/ carers a recognised role in helping the governing board to make informed decisions. The sessions are open to any parent or carer in the school and is aimed at helping parents understand more about what is happening at the school and the progress we are making towards achieving our objectives as well as helping the school gain a better understanding of parents’ views and experiences.
Our aims & objectives of the forum are:
- To advise the school of parental views on specific issues.
- To give parents a place to learn more about the school.
- To give the school a place to learn more about the parents.
The forums takes place once a term and the sessions take place at 9am, repeated in the evenings at 5:30pm in the main school hall.
If you are unable to attend any of the sessions and would still like to contribute, please email your comments/ suggestions to email@example.com
ALFIE Healthy Families Programme
The One You Ealing service closed on 30 September 2019: ALFIE healthy families programme is now part of the school nurse service and programmes start back this autumn.
The ALFIE programme is a free healthy lifestyle programme for children aged 5-13 who are above a healthy weight and their families.
ALFIE - Healthy Lifestyle Programme for families (letter to parents Autumn 2019)
Ealing I SAID! offers free, confidential, accurate and impartial advice and support to families living in Ealing with a son or daughter up to the age of 25 who has special educational needs or a disability (SEND).
Local welfare assistance is an emergency financial payment and has replaced Community Care Grants and Crisis Loans from 1 April 2013. The fund is there to help people to try to maintain an independent life or for those facing an immediate financial crisis.
As well as helping you to cope in the short term, the local welfare assistance team can also help with debt advice, budgeting and improving chances of finding a job. Your financial award may be dependent on you attending a session to help in these areas.
Ealing Advice Service
The Ealing Advice Service is a tailored service for the residents of Ealing, providing free, high quality advice and assistance in social welfare law across a range of areas including welfare benefits, landlord & tenant, homelessness, debt, employment, family and immigration.
They also run a telephone advice line where volunteers are able to give you preliminary advice and signpost you to organisations which will be better equipped to deal with any problems you have. The advice line number is 03000 12 54 64