School Home Support (SHS) is a charity supported by the WCIB.  During lockdown we have made an additional £5000 available to them to carry on the great work they do with disadvantaged children.  SHS is offering WVIB members the opportunity to join a free webinar on 10th July to learn more about their work.

Do you want to know...

How our SHS Practitioners engage with hard to reach families?

How we are working during this pandemic?

The most difficult issues families are facing right now?

Why we became SHS Practitioners? is your chance to ask our experts anything.

Free webinar on Friday 10 July at 2-3pm

The pandemic could leave over 100,000 already vulnerable children without key support including healthy meals and mental health care.

"Our work is even more valuable right now as existing problems have become much more challenging for families to handle"

- Marjorie, SHS Practitioner

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Who is School-Home Support (SHS)?

We are a charity that provides holistic support to vulnerable and disadvantaged children, young people and families.

We are passionate and determined to make sure that children and young people, regardless of their background, have the support they need to thrive and achieve.

Our SHS Practitioners work to improve attendance, behaviour and engagement in education.

Introducing our SHS Practitioners

Marjorie has been with SHS for 3 years, working in an inner-city borough of London. Read about her work during the current pandemic here.

Zoe has been with SHS for a short while, working in Manchester. She is passionate about supporting Young Carers as a part of her role.

"Everyone needs a Zoe"
- Tanya, a parent supported by SHS this year.

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"It's people like you that make so much difference! You have been amazing with my son.
We need more people like you, you are definitely needed. He really admires you and
I'm so thankful for your help." - Mike, a parent we supported in 2019

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