Parent Support Advisor
My name is Louise Cutler and I am the Parent Support Adviser here at Glen Park Primary School and Glen Park Little Buddies Pre-School. You can find my office by the reception cloakroom, I work on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday but I am also available throughout Thursday and Friday if required (via appointment).
For those of you who have not met me through Little Buddies Pre-School or through having older children here at Glen Park Primary, I am also a parent to 2 children here at Glen Park so understand being a parent can sometimes be tough!! Sometimes we all need advice, support and someone to listen and see things from a parents perspective.
My involvement with Glen Park began a few years ago when my daughter started in Little Buddies. As a parent I have experienced the mixed emotions evoked when your child starts school, the transition between year groups within the school and the constant feeling of “am I doing this right?”
How can a Parent Support Adviser help?
As your Parent Support Adviser I will be available to inform and support you, helping you to engage further with your children’s learning and well-being. My biggest aim is to help you help your children! This role provides me with time for contact with you, whatever your issues may be.
Groups that are already running at Glen Park Primary
Monday – Parent Support Group
Located in Big Buddies Hut at 9am – 10am.
Drop in session where parents can discuss anything from potty training to behaviour problems. This is a relaxed chat where you can come and have a cup of tea and de-stress!
Wednesday – Stay and Play
This is a chance for anyone with younger children (under 5) at home to pop along and have a HOT cup of tea for once! We provide snack and a craft session for the children.
Please remember the PSA Service is completely confidential and impartial, I am here for you!...
Glen Park Primary School
Phone: 01752 339073
What type of things can I help with?
- On site information about advice and support
- Access to parenting groups
- Problems with behaviour at home
- Information when going through divorce or separation
- Training groups
- Autism awareness
- Someone to listen
- Impartial advice
- Confidential privacy
- Sibling rivalry
- Assist with any paperwork such as letters and forms
- Accompanying you to meetings regarding your child’s progress.