Knowsley Mental Health Support Team
North West Learning Partnership
North West Learning Partnership School Direct is an established School Direct Provider. Our link with North West Maths Hub 3 means we are able to provide outstanding training at the forefront of developments in Mathematics education. Our affiliation to NWLP means trainees receive outstanding training from us, our partners and LJMU who achieved Outstanding in Primary during their recent Ofsted inspection. The partnership continues to be above the National norm for School Direct provision and is classed as a high flying partnership in terms of numbers of applications and successful recruitment. The one year in-school training for graduates is provided by serving Head Teachers, Senior Leaders, SLEs/ PDLs and other specialists in their field, based at our Strategic Partner schools in close partnership with Liverpool John Moores University. Training with us also means that you will benefit from:
This guidance will assist schools and other educational settings in providing advice for pupils, students, staff and parents or carers regarding:
ADDvanced Solutions Offer (May 2020)
ADDvanced Solutions Community Network have a new, online offer to support children, young people, families and professionals in the Liverpool area. We are offering telephone and email consultations so please get in touch by calling 0151 486 1788 from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday, or email us at email@example.com.
National CSE day
18th March is National CSE (Child Sexual Exploitation) day, which aims to highlight the issues surrounding child sexual exploitation, encouraging everyone to think, identify and speak out against abuse.
The council and partners in Knowsley, including Merseyside Police, are continuing to raise awareness of this sensitive issue by informing, educating and ultimately preventing this form of child sexual abuse which can have devasting effects on the lives of victims and their families.
As part of this work, children and young people, their parents or carers, teachers or professionals working with children are encouraged to visit the listen to my story website – www.listentomystory.co.uk. The listen to my story campaign raises awareness of CSE and importantly, where to get help and support. It also highlights the signs to look-out for including changes in behaviour, unexplained gifts and an increase in mobile phone use or secretive use.
If you are a parent or carer, we hope you will find the web links below useful.