At Hampton College the Achievement Support Department provides support for those students who have been identified as having additional needs.
We believe that every child should be supported to achieve their potential and grow to be independent young people.
We are a committed team of teaching assistants and SENDco with a variety of strengths and skills. Our priority is to work successfully in partnership with parents and outside agencies to provide the very best for the students we work with.
The student is at the heart of our work and our aim is to ensure they feel fully included in all aspects of school life.
Our SENDCo is Mrs Armour and she can be contacted on 01733 246820 x 114. The Assistant SENCo within the Department is Mrs Jeffcoate. She can be contacted on 01733 246820 x 1142.
Homestart Through a network of nearly 16,000 trained parent volunteers, we support thousands of parents who are struggling to cope. Our families need support for many reasons including post-natal illness, disability, bereavement, the illness of a parent or child, or social isolation. Parents supporting other parents - to help build a family's confidence and ability to cope.
Carer's Trust Young carers are children under the age of 18 who look after a member of the household who has a disability either mental or physical, or may be affected by substance abuse.
The Carer's Trust provides a wealth of information to advise and support young carers and their families.
YMCA IIP - Intensive Intervention Project IIP work alongside young people in the Peterborough area aged 10-19 years who are most at risk of crime, anti social behaviour, teenage pregnancy, persistent and prolific offending or are involved in drug misuse.
ASD Autism and Aspergers The National Autistic Society is the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Aspergers Syndrome) and their families. We provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with Autism.
Childline Childline is a counselling service for children and young people. If you are feeling scared or out of control or just want to talk to someone.
Keep your Head The website provides information for young people, parents/carers and professionals on young people's mental health - ranging from self-help to information on services. It has been funded by the CCG with support from Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council. In addition, many local organisations working with young people have also contributed to the development of the site.
CAF Common Assessment Framework. A new way of working with children and young people. It involves listening to you and your child to find out your child's needs and what is working well in your child's life. The CAF is voluntary and you and your child can choose to be involved. For more information telephone 01733 863928 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Education Psychology Consultation Services Our consultation services offer any adult in Peterborough (including parents and teachers) who is worried about the well-being of a child or young person of any age, an opportunity to talk to an Educational Psychologist.
There are three locations around the city for you to see an Educational Psychologist. Please phone one of the locations below to book an appointment:
Bretton Children's Centre - 01733 269340
Caverstede Early Years Centre - 01733 571742
Peterborough Central Library - 01733 863688 / 863689