The Wyre Forest and Hagley Project (WHP) is a service open to any parent or carer with a child attending a local primary school in Kidderminster, Bewdley, Stourport or Hagley.
Welcome to our WHP Link Worker, Jim Harris. He supports the work of our school and recognises the importance of strong home-school partnerships. WHP have worked with many of our children and parents since 2009, successfully addressing a range of issues that may affect home or school life.
If you would like to access support please contact: Jim Harris on 07824 513171
WHP provide support early, helping to ensure that our pupils can make the most of heir time in school. WHP are here to support your child and your family and can help with: We can also support your family with problems like:
Improving school attendance
Emotional / behavioural issues
Relationship and family difficulties
Debt and money worries
And much more ....
If your child has recently started having a difficult time at school, then someone there may suggest that you speak to your Link Worker. If you feel that you could benefit from some support then please contact Jim Harris direct or speak to school reception. Jim is often also around on Parents' Evenings, at new intake events or on the playground at the beginning or the end of the school day.
For further information regarding the Wyre Forest and Hagley Project and how Family Link Workers can help please click here
Chaddesley Corbett Endowed Primary School is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Ofsted March 2015
‘The leadership and management of the early years is good and children achieve well'.
‘The newly appointed headteacher is determined to ensure that the school becomes the best it can be. She is ably supported by the deputy headteacher.’
‘The school promotes pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development well.’
‘The school provides a safe environment and pupils feel safe.’
‘Parents, staff and pupils have all commented on the positive ethos within the school that the headteacher and senior leaders have created.’