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Early Help at LHP

At Lytham Hall Park we recognise that many of our children and families may require additional support throughout their school journey. This is often referred to as Early Help. The purpose of Early Help is to support children and families when difficulties and needs arise. Early Help may be delivered at any point in your child’s life about any issue which is impacting or could affect their development and well-being, including education and health.


In school our Early Help offer starts with the class teacher they provide weekly drops in’s for you to raise concerns and seek support. If the class teacher feels they cannot address your needs they may suggest you speak with another member of staff in school such as the Pastoral Lead, SENCO or a DSL.


We may identify that children need additional intervention in school to support their Early Help needs some of the support may include:

  • Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (ELSA) intervention
  • Speech and Language Support (SALT)
  • Nurture provision
  • Social, Emotional or Mental Health (SEMH) intervention
  • Lego Therapy
  • Sensory circuits
  • Friendship support intervention
  • 1:1 counselling
  • Support from outside agencies such as The Den, NEST, and Victim Support.


Lytham Hall Park work closely with the children and family wellbeing service, family hubs, School Nurse team and CAMHS these are community services that can offer additional support for your family. School have access to outreach behaviour support through Stepping Stones Pupil referral unit (PRU).


At Lytham Hall Park we are able to support families in various ways our Pastoral Lead has a weekly drop in where you can seek support. At times families may require an Early Help Assessment (EHA) this allows us together to consider all your family’s needs and plan actions to support you to address those needs. If you require further information or support please contact Mrs Howcroft- Pastoral Lead.