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Early Help Offer



Early Help means providing support to our children and families at Killamarsh Infant and Nursery School as soon as a problem emerges, at any point in a child’s life.


We understand just how complicated family life can be. From time to time, there may be situations where you need some extra help and support. If things are not right at home, please come and talk to us. We can help in many ways.



To work to families' strengths...

……especially those of parents / carers and to take time to

understand their needs fully.

To focus on preventing problems... ...before they occur and try to offer flexible, responsive support when and where it's required.
To base all we do on evidence... ...of both what is needed and of what works and be brave enough to stop things that are wrong.



  • are physically and emotionally healthy
  • are resilient and able to learn well
  • are supported by their families, community and (when necessary) professionals in order to thrive
  • live in safe environments
Parents and carers:
  • support one another in the community
  • know where to get help if needed
  • have trusted relationships with school, community, other parents 
  • are well informed about how best to help their child develop


Early help is everyone’s responsibility, together we will make sure that children and their families are safe, happy and ready for school, work and life’s challenges. The school has a clear and detailed Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy in place which puts the safety and protection of children at the heart of any decisions. Click the link to find out more. 


Our Early Help team are:


● Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL): Miss Tracey Holmes

● Deputy Safeguarding Lead: Miss Jessica Judson  

● SENCO and Inclusion Lead: Mrs Tracey Holmes

● School Pastoral Officer: Mrs Rebecca Dix

● Safeguarding Governor: Mrs Sandra Fraser

At Killamarsh Infant and Nursery School, we pride ourselves in knowing the children well: we are alert to the welfare of our children and are vigilant regarding any situation in which we can provide support.


We have a number of systems in place to help and we seek at all times to work in collaboration with families, with openness, integrity and understanding and with the needs of the child at the centre of all we do. Click the link above to find out more. 

We all need some support from time to time. There are lots of services that can help. Please click the link for websites that provide useful services.  

If you feel you have any needs or concerns and would like us to support you please get in touch. 


If you have any questions simply give us a call or email. 


Contact us:


Tel: 0114 2485852


What should I do if I am unhappy with the Early Help I am receiving?


We hope that our joint partnership working together is a positive one. Please talk to us if you have any concerns regarding the support that is being provided. 


If you feel that you need to make a complaint after you have spoken to the staff supporting you then the Complaints Procedure is provided for you to view.