Hello Parents/Carers and children of Rise Park Primary & Nursery School

I would like to introduce myself to you all as the new family support worker, my name is Hani Quinn and I’m looking forward to meeting you.

I am here to offer support to our families,  if you have any concerns, these may be in relation to child development, behaviour concerns, friendships issues, sleep management or issues at home, please contact the school office and we can arrange a confidential meeting for you to see a member of staff.

I will be continuing family events, coffee mornings and lots of fun things for you to do

Should you wish to speak with me you can find me in the school office or alternatively email me at fsw@risepark.nottingham.sch.uk or telephone 0115 915 3775 and ask for Hani Quinn

I look forward to meeting and getting to know all of you.

Hani Quinn

Family Support Worker

KS2 Coffee Morning

Today we held a KS2 Coffee Morning, the school nurse came in to talk about any wobbles children or parents have now were back at school. It was great to have parents asking lots of questions and sharing strategies.
Some great websites for parents and children: www.GoZen.com and www.youngminds.org.uk

September Coffee Morning

Today we held our first coffee morning since coming back to school after lockdown, we had some parents pop in for a talk with the school nurse about any wobbles their children have experienced coming back to school, we discussed a wide range of strategies to help them overcome the changes. It was lovely to see parents getting involved and swapping ideas.


A great website with lots of help and advice on mental health for children and parents is www.youngminds.org.uk

Parent Feedback

‘I liked how the Family support worker brought it back to the focus of the presentation and assured other talking at the end was available.’

‘ I felt I achieved something today by getting out of the house and going in to school to meet with other people in my sons school and being a part of a group.’

‘ I like how school are up to date on the courses they can provide for parents.’