Family Support Worker
Sara Johnson is the Family Support Worker and School Counsellor at Charlton Park Academy.
She is here to offer a range of support to Charlton Park Academy families as well as facilitating regular parent/carer groups, organising training and workshops.
‘In my role I support students with regards to mental wellbeing strategies which extends to supporting staff when there is a need. I am a trained school therapist with years of knowledge and experience in relation to CBT, psychodynamic and person centred therapy. My background is working with trauma and abuse along with attachment and mental health awareness. Staff at Charlton Park Academy benefit from the work I do with students such as ASD and ADHD training – thinking about ASD/anxiety/behaviour (physical, emotional, psychological and environmental factors) and how these impact on students within the classroom.’
To contact Sara, please email: Sara Johnson
Below are links from our website and outside organisations:
CPA Emergency Links:
Support for families during lockdown which includes useful GOV.UK links
to support during lockdown/COVID-19:
CPA Support for Families during lockdown:
Information will be updated regularly that is shared from the Royal Borough of Greenwich:
CPA Help and Support:
Links to Royal Borough of Greenwich and organisations to support families
CPA Parent/Carer Group:
General information for families, City Lit, Charlton Chit Chat and useful links:
Parent Training Courses:
Online courses for parents/carers including City Lit’s free workshops.
City Lit January – March 2021 | Creative Writing
City Lit Craft courses January – March 2021.pdf
Latest news: www.charltonparkacademy.com/latest-news
SENCO (including information on college open days): www.charltonparkacademy.com/senco
Therapies and Nursing: www.charltonparkacademy.com/about-us/therapies-and-nursing
Post 16 | Transition: www.charltonparkacademy.com/post-16/transition
Community Noticeboard: www.charltonparkacademy.com/parent-carer/community-resources/notice-board
Royal Borough of Greenwich and SEND organisations
Greenwich Parent Participation:
Come and meet with other parents who have a child/young person with SEND 0-25 to share ideas on how we, as a forum, could develop our role to provide you with more information and improve our feedback to you, Health Services and the Council.
For further information please contact Carol Foyle | Parent Participation SEND
tel. 07852 101 492. | email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to download all sessions which start from 20 January 2021:
Mindfull and wellbeing sessions | January – April 2021 (PDF)
- Forum Meeting Dates 2020-21
- Forum Meeting Dates Evening 2020-21 | 7 – 8.30pm
- Forum daytime meeting: Friday 5 February 10am-12noon
- Evening forum meeting: Tuesday 9 February 7-8.30pm
- Weekly coffee and chat, every Friday from 26 February, 10.30am: RBG Coffee And Chat Session | Leaflet
Slides from the presentation:
A free counselling service from Charlton Athletic Community Trust.
Greenwich Citizens Advice Bureaux Services
Including Debt Service
From 1 March 2021 – new details:
Greenwich Community Directory
Online information and support directory
The service is provided to all young people, children, parents and carers of children (0-25) who have or may have a special educational need and/or disability.
Tel. 020 8921 8402
Independent Provider of Special Education Advice (known as IPSEA) is a registered charity (number 327691) operating in England. IPSEA offers free and independent legally based to help get the right education for children and young people with all kinds of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). We also provide on the SEND legal framework to parents and carers, professionals and other organisations.
Welfare Rights Fact Sheet
Welfare Rights Service.pdf
Support for people experiencing financial difficulties in Greenwich.
Text © GOV.UK
As a disabled person, you have rights to protect you from discrimination. These rights cover most areas including:
- dealing with the police
The Equality Act 2010 and the United Nations (UN) Convention on disability rights help to enforce, protect and promote your rights.
Taxicard Application should anybody wish to apply for one.
Once completed please return to the following address:
London Councils Taxicard Section
59½ Southwark Street
The Disabled Children and Young People’s Register (DYCPR) is a voluntary and confidential list of names and basic information about children and young people with disabilities, special or additional needs who live in Royal Greenwich.
Disabled Children and Young People’s Register | Greenwich Community Directory