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Parent Support Co-ordinator

My name is Rucksana Begum and I am the Parent Support Coordinator at Greenfield Primary School. I have worked within the school’s Social Inclusion Team since 2008.

My role here is to support, advise and provide information to our families to help them to get more involved with their child’s learning and wellbeing.

Being a parent or carer isn’t always easy and I am here to help and support you to manage through difficult times in family life.

Support for families includes:

  • Parenting Courses
  • Family Learning Courses [Phonics/Literacy/Confidence Building]
  • Health and Wellbeing Classes
  • Healthy Cook and Eat Classes
  • Learn English Courses
  • Signposting to relevant services for extra support
  • Promoting good attendance and punctuality
  • Toddler Groups
  • One to One support
  • Home visits
  • Family meetings

Further details regarding any of the above courses, will be sent home with the children, posted on our website and displayed in our ‘Parent Information Board’ outside on the Playground.

If you need to contact me, you can email me on: rucksana.begum@greenfield.tameside.sch.uk or you can ask for me at the school office. I am currently available every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

This powerpoint was shown to the children in KS2 to inform the children about cyberbullying and what to do if they experience it. Please read this through with your child and discuss any concerns with them. 

Support Session for High School Applications on Wednesday 12th October at 9.00am - please book in at the office for this support.

Support Session for Reception Applications on Thursday 1st December at 9.00am - please book in at the office or with Nursery staff for this support.

 

Macmillan Coffee Morning 23rd September 2016

Don't forget to visit your local library in Hyde.

Here at Greenfield Primary School we are 'promoting a love of reading' and 'raising our achievements in reading'.

Help your child by visiting Hyde library regularly so that they can enjoy hundreds of new books.

As parents you are your child's most influential teacher with an important part to play in helping your child to learn to read, write and use numbers.

Here are some suggestions on how you can help to make this a positive experience.