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Early Help

Supporting Families


At Jubilee Park Academy School we recognise the challenges that families face in bringing up children. There may be times when you need extra help and support. If this is the case, please come and talk to us. There are many ways in which we can help and offer advice and support you as parents. Our door is always open, so please reach out to us if you feel you need some support. 


Please see below for some of the ways in which we can help and support or click on the 'Supporting Families Provision' document below for further information. 


Nurture and SEMH support


This intervention is accessible to all pupils who may be experiencing difficulty with their social, emotional and mental health which may impact on their home/school life.


Inclusion Support


External support is vital to support the staff at Jubilee to assess and support provision for pupils with SEND. We work alongside providers of the following services:

  • Specialist teachers for Learning (SENAT-L)
  • Specialist teachers for Social, emotional and Mental Health needs (SENAT-B)
  • Educational Psychologists
  • Complex Communication and Autism team (CCAT)
  • Early Years Inclusion Team
  • Health Services
  •  School nurses
  • Pupil and Adolescent Mental Health team
  • Physiotherapists


Inclusion Support- meetings are held twice a year with the SENAT-L , SENAT-B and Educational Psychologists to discuss the children that they are involved in. At the meeting, SENDCo will then have the opportunity to discuss any other children that they need advice about. If further action is required, then documents will be completed alongside staff and parents and appropriate referrals will be put in place.


Speech and Language 


This is for children who have been referred for SLT (Speech and Language Therapy). Once referred, children will be assessed by SLT, depending on the child’s needs interventions will be put in place to support children.


We provide individualised programmes to support children to work on their individual targets through our Learning Support staff, who are guided by a Speech Therapist (assigned to Jubilee Park Academy) these programmes can include speech sound production, language development and social skills.



Working in Partnership


Working in partnership with a range of agencies at Jubilee Park Academy means we are more effective in promoting support as soon as we can to our pupils and families. Early Help means providing support as soon as a problem emerges, at any point in a child's life, from the foundation years through to the early teenage years. It is our aim that families will receive the right support, in the right place, at the right time. (Sandwell EH strategy 2022-2024).  


Please see the link below for further information or speak to a member of the school team. 

Sandwell Early Help

If you feel you would benefit from some additional support please speak to a member of the team or you can contact the following staff for a discussion:


Miss R. Pritchard                        Mrs T. Pitts                      Mrs T. Price

                                             Miss R. Pritchard                Mrs T. Pitts                     Mrs T. Price