Advice & Resources for Parents/Carers

Parents/carers play a critical role in supporting young people. If you require support, please get in touch. 

The House Pupil Support Team is responsible for universal and targeted support for pupils. They aim to ensure that all young people achieve their potential and will track, monitor and plan interventions for attendance, behaviour and attainment.

As a parent/carer you can support the school by directing all enquiries to the appropriate person in the first instance. 

BenartyPST@pkc.gov.uk
LomondPST@pkc.gov.uk 
OchilPST@pkc.gov.uk

We always try our utmost to respond to concerns as quickly as possible, well within Perth and Kinross Council's Customer Service Standards of 5 working days.

Request Support Form for Parents/Carers

 

Community Link Worker

Community Link Worker, Pat Doran works to support families in the local community. Click here for useful resources.

Place2Be Parenting Smart

Place2Be offer practical parenting advice and tips from child mental health experts to support your young person’s wellbeing. 

Click here to go to Parenting Smart 

School Counselling 

As part of the Scottish government funded 'Counsellor in Schools' programme to support young people more widely, we are pleased to be working with School Counsellor, Anna Paterson. Anna is a member of the Place2Be​ team and as part of her work she will support children and young people from our cluster primaries and Kinross High School. 

In joint partnership with The Lighthouse for Perth, the Rotary Club of Kinross and KYTHE, we are pleased to announce a new outreach service for young people in crisis on a Monday between 12 and 4pm. Pupils can self-refer or can speak to their guidance teacher.

Lighthouse Poster 

Dealing with Trauma and Loss

For young people affected by trauma and loss, our House Pupil Support Teams are available to support. We have also provided links to resources here.

Managing School Anxiety 

Managing School Anxiety page 1

Managing School Anxiety page 2

 

Cyber Bullying Advice  

CYBER BULLYING Advice for Parents 1

 

Support Your Child with Gaming (YoungMinds)

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