Family Support Service

Empowering families to reach their full potential

A strong, stable and loving family network provides a foundation for all family members to flourish and fulfil their potential. However, many families will and do face difficulties at some time and some have multiple complex needs.

All families encounter difficult and challenging times and many will find ways to deal with their problems, getting the support they need from friends and relatives. For many there are times, however, when problems can seem too overwhelming to manage.

What the Family Support Service offers...

  • A welcoming and professional approach
  • Support Improving school attendance and engagement in learning
  • Support Improving family relationships
  • Behavior management
  • Setting positive boundaries
  • Housing & Benefit advice
  • Form filing
  • Maximizing opportunities for access to education and training
  • Help to access community resources
  • Info and advice to help with all sorts of worries
  • Financial advice and money management
  • Parenting skills
  • Housing & Benefit advice
  • Form filing
  • Maximizing opportunities for access to education and training
  • Help to access community resources
  • Info and advice to help with all sorts of worries
  • Financial advice and money management

Daubeney’s Family Support Worker

Nadia Collier is a Family Support worker who holds a BS Honours degree in health Promotion (2009), and is an accredited PAM’s assessor. Nadia is an experienced practitioner in working with children and families having worked in residential care and supported living since 2009.

I listen and appreciate parent issues and offer suggestions and advice and practical support for individuals and families, as well as sign post to other services available within the wider local area.

I support children in group settings or on a 1:1 basis, listening and working with them in different ways e.g.

  • Anger management and control
  • Key transitions, including moving between schools/classes
  • Development of pupil self-esteem and confidence
  • Friendship issues / bullying, including social networking
  • Family issues: bereavement, new baby in the family, parent’s separation / divorce.

Daubeney’s Family Support service provides emotional and practical support and advice to parents, carers and children who are experiencing long or short-term difficulties

For Appointments or Referrals:

Email: admin@daubeney.hackney.sch.uk

Telephone: 020 8985 4380

Year 6 - Secondary Transfer 2021

Applications for Year 6 secondary transfers opened on the 1st September 2020 and the deadline for all applications is on the 31st October 2020.

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