Hi my name is Maryam Khan, I have been working at Claremont for many years.
My role involves working closely with parents to support them in a variety of ways.
I organise events, courses and provide information and assistance to equip parents to manage your children and home life.
I also work closely with partnership agencies to provide up to date information and advice.
If you would like to speak to me please contact the school office.
My name is Hazel McDonald and I'm Claremont's Welfare Lead. I joined the school in February 2017 as a class teacher. I've been teaching since 1996 gaining experience in a variety of schools both in Nottingham and Derby. I've also gained nearly 5 years experience working for E.ON and I've lived and taught in both Germany and France for 5 years. Living in an unfamiliar country and not speaking the language gave me great incite into the difficulties people have who are new to a country. Having a family of my own has also developed my understanding of the welfare of children both in the home and at school.
If you've got any questions or problems, no matter how small or big please pop in and see me, I'd love to meet you!
Hope you see you soon!
Every first Tuesday of the month, we hold a coffee morning on the large playground where parents are invited in to meet our Claremont team.
Support from Community Public Health
Once a half term, Lynn Sharp comes in to school to offer support and advice to parents.
She is due to visit on:
Tuesday 2nd April 9-10
Tuesday 14th May 9-10
Tuesday 18th June 9-10
All are welcome to come along to meet her to have a chat around: continence, oral health, hygeine, behaviour, emotional support, weight management and much more.
Parent and child cooking course
After two successful groups, we are now pleased to offer a third cooking course where parents and children can work together to create delicious, tasty dishes.
Skills covered include:
How to cook on a budget
Basic knife skills
Following a recipe
This groups offers the opportunity to have a practical engaging time with your child.
If you would be interested in attending a future course, please see Mrs Khan or Mrs McDonald.
Futures For You -Family Learning
We are offering free community courses in conjunction with Futures For You.
After the Easter break, the following courses will be available:
Health and Wellbeing
Looking at physical and mental well being.
This will start on Wednesday 24th April 1:00-3:00
The venue for this course will be the Ukraine Federation on Claremont Road
For further enquiries, please speak to Mrs Khan or Mrs McDonald.
Staying Safe Online
Supporting parents and families to stay safe online.
Steps to Success
Giving you the skills to support employability. This will give you a clear idea of your strengths and weaknesses, how to create a strong CV and interview guidance.
This will allow you to develop better budgeting skills, teach you how to deal with child pester power and how to plan ahead.