Mrs. M. Sharp

Nurse & Safeguarding Lead

Our role in school is to provide support, advice and information to the families within our school community. We can help you with any worries that you may have in relation to your child’s education, behaviour and wellbeing. We are also here as someone to talk to if you need it!

We can meet with you at home or in school at a time to suit yourself.  Advice and support is confidential although concerns relating to the safeguarding of children will always be dealt with in accordance with the school’s Safeguarding Policy.

We may not have all the answers, but hopefully we can help you to work out how to find them.

Healthy children are successful learners. We support children with long term health conditions to help minimise any negative effects on their health needs, on their school life and promote emotional wellbeing.

We recognise that the lives of children living with a long term condition and without appropriate support are at an increased risk of stress, anxiety and depression. We work closely with the children, their families, staff and external agencies.

Support for Pupils includes:

  • Promoting good attendance and punctuality
  • Promoting self-esteem and confidence
  • Promoting positive behaviour and positive attitudes to learning
  • Providing one-to-one support

​Support for Families includes:

  • Providing information and signposting to other services in the local area
  • Liaising with a range of external services such as housing, health, and the Family Information Service amongst others.
  • Assistance in completing paperwork and forms e.g. housing, special educational needs, school places and benefits
  • Attendance and support at school and other agency meetings

How to get in touch:

We are on the gates every morning and afternoon.

Please call the school office on 01270 685685 to make an appointment or pop in and we will be happy to see you as soon as we can.

We can also be contacted via email: or