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If you are unsure who you need to get in contact with you can refer to our new chart!
Our Parent/School Communication and Contacts chart shows you who to call for what situation.
Whether that be the school office or the Head teacher.
Castlebar School places strong emphasis on working together with parents and carers. We offer a range of parent and carer programmes, workshops and coffee mornings throughout the academic year. We aim to provide a range of services that encompass both educational and practical sessions, as well as opportunities for parents to share their own knowledge and expertise and gain support from one another.
The Parent and Carer Brochure has been produced to help promote the programmes that will be offered during the Autumn and Spring Term. Click the button below to view the brochure. If you have any feedback or interest in a specific topic, please share them with Heather England.
During the year Castlebar School offers a range of workshops to support the work done in school around communication, socialisation and independence. For example, teachers/staff run reading and counting workshops or communication/ICT workshops.
Castlebar also have our own dedicated School Social Worker, Occupational Therapist and Speech and Language Therapist.
Download the Quick Guide to Ealing Family Support Services below – A guide to services provided by Ealing Council and immediate partners for children, young people and families.
Ealing Help Events Calendar – has details of many events from leisure activities to parenting courses.
If you care for a child or young adult with additional needs in education, health or social care the Ealing Parent & Carer Forum is for you. The forum works to ensure Ealing Council, local health and other service providers understand what your children and young adults really need to deliver the support that is so essential to their development.
CEPPS provides advice, information and support to parents/carers of children with special educational needs (SEN) with their children’s education. Advice is free, impartial and confidential.