Services for Families
Public Health School Nurses (PHSN)
THE PHSN will promote;
Height and Weight measurement in reception and Year 6 (NCMP)
Audiovisual Screening in Reception.
Promote healthy lifestyle in relation to diet, physical activity, mental health and wellbeing.
Promote positive and effective sex and relationship education in school.
The PHSN team are happy to receive referral’s for your child which may include;
Hearing and Vision
Emotional Health and Well Being
Referrals can be made via the school or directly to the PHSN.
Carville Primary School is a member of the Wallsend Children’s Community. The core principles:
Create a co-ordinated chain of support for children that runs from birth to early childhood and spans all contexts of their lives, specifically education, health and emotional well-being, employment, social relations and personal development, self-empowerment and material well-being
Focus on a coherent place that make sense locally
Involve a wide range of partners to work jointly and under common strategy (e.g. education, health, social care, police, civil society, local business)
Base this strategy on a deep local analysis and robust, continuous evaluation
Partner schools have agreed their key priorities over the next five years:
Getting things right early
Being Fit for Life
Increased Community Resilience
Wallsend Action For Youth - WAFY
A charity supporting young people in the Wallsend area
through community engagement, charitable funding and
Behaviour Support Services
Parents may experience difficulty in managing children’s behaviour, particularly as children grow up and experiment with pushing the boundaries. School can provide access to support for families who wish to tackle these issues. Please contact Mr Harker, Headteacher, or Mr Qualters, Deputy Headteacher, if you would like further information.
Your Local Jobcentre Office
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We are an Operation Encompass school.
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We are an Operation Endeavour school.
Operation Endeavour is an innovative project in which schools and colleges in North Tyneside are participating, and which is run in partnership with North Tyneside Council and Northumbria Police.
Operation Endeavour aims to support children and young people who go missing from home. Children who go missing from home are at risk of significant harm and they may be vulnerable to sexual exploitation, violent crime, gang exploitation, or to drug and alcohol misuse.
As a result, following any report of a child going missing to the Police, the Police will contact Children’s Social Care who will then communicate relevant and necessary information to nominated school staff.
Each school has members of staff (key adults) who have been trained in liaising with the Police and Children’s Social Care when required and will ensure that the necessary support is made available to the child of young person following their return.