Welcome to Abbots Hall Primary Academy Family and Pupil Support Team.
At Abbots Hall, we are passionate and committed to creating the right environment for children and families to learn and grow together, being the very best they can be.
Our Governors, School Leaders and Staff understand that sometimes life can be really tough for children and things like falling out with friends, keeping up with excellent behaviour, getting to school on time or coping with difficult circumstances out of school can get in the way of their learning. We also recognise that life can also be very difficult at times for our families and we are always here to help parents having problems with housing, positive parenting, getting your child to school on time but generally we here to help with any worries you may have. Parents are always welcome to drop in and discuss any concerns they may have and if we can't help, we normally know someone who can!
The Family and Pupil Support Team is dedicated to ensuring the children and families of Abbots Hall feel cared for, listened to and appropriately supported. We work alongside many partners from national agencies as well as those from Thurrock Local Authority, and by working with partner agencies we can make sure that everyone within our school community has access to the early support they need, from those most knowledgeable and experienced.
We are located near the school reception and getting in touch is easy, you can:
Phone: 01375 673188
Call in after drop off in the morning or just before pick up in the afternoon.
If you need support you can also fill in the Care, Guidance and Support Form below with the nature of your concern and your contact details and we will be in contact.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you require any support or further information about our team.
Please complete the Care, Guidance and Support Form below and include your contact details and someone will be in touch to help!
Our school is taking part in a national research study about child anxiety funded by the National Institute for Health Research. We are hoping as many families as possible with children in years 3 - 6 will get involved. The research team from the University of Reading are really keen for a broad range of families to take part, including those with children who are confident, those who are anxious and those in between. We are sending home information about the research study, together with some short questionnaires. You can also find out more about the research, agree to take part and complete the short questionnaires here: https://reading.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/n-cat_parent_questionnaires
As a way of saying thank you, the University of Reading we will provide our school with £1 for each complete set of returned questionnaires (parent, child, teacher) - so it'd be great to get as many families involved as possible!
The Research Project Aims: