The Council has placed support workers and educational psychologists in local schools to work alongside the NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) link workers to arrange support for those who need it.
Schools have also brought in:
This support will look slightly different in each school as schools have the flexibility to deliver it according to their specific circumstances.
If you have any concerns about your child, please talk to a member of school staff.
Schools affected by the Grenfell tragedy have a link Educational Psychologist who is specifically trained to deal with issues arising from tragic incidents.
If you feel your child would benefit from support from the link Educational Psychologist, please speak to your child’s school in the first instance.
The Council will provide extra funding to help schools impacted by the Grenfell tragedy. The Grenfell Education Support Fund will provide support for:
Kensington Aldridge Academy has returned to its original site on Silchester Road in time for the new academic year starting September 2018 after relocating to a temporary site in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. You can read about the school’s return to Silchester Road in issue #39 of Grenfell Support here.