Welcome to Meadow Green Primary School... Have a look at our new behaviour policy and find out about the Meadow Green Bees... Coming Soon: Meetings for Parents with new class teachers; Phase Trips and Sports Afternoons; Transition 'class swaps' for children; Year 6 Performance, Residential trip and Leavers events!
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Meadow Green PrimaryA Hive of Industry & Learning

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Early Help for Children and Families

Early Help for Children and Families



At Meadow Green  Primary School we recognise the challenges that families face in bringing up children. There may be times when you need extra help and support. If this is the case, please come and talk to us. There are many ways in which we can help as outlined in our offer for supporting families. We can also help to plan specific support for families where we can work together to set and achieve outcomes. The diagram below shows the range of needs at different levels.


We use this graduated approach to make sure we provide the best support for different families’ individual situations.




Providing early help to our pupils and families at Meadow Green Primary School means we are more effective in promoting support as soon as we can. Early help means providing support as soon as a problem emerges, at any point in a child’s life, from the foundation years through to teenage years.


If you are experiencing difficulties in your family or are worried about your children, there are people who can offer help and support.  Please see the web links below:





Please find below a parenting booklet from the Starting Well Partnership in Worcestershire. This team supports families, parents, children and young people across Worcestershire to lead happy, healthy and fulfilled lives. The booklet contains helpful information about parenting groups and courses for parents.

Please also see for further information.

Starting in Summer 2024, Family Learning Courses are running at Meadow Green!


What is PACE?


PACE seeks to:

  • Enable parents and carers to safeguard and stop their children being abused.
  • Provide evidence and specialist advice in order to demonstrate to partners that parents and carers have an essential safeguarding role.
  • Work with parents and partners to disrupt and bring perpetrators to justice.
  • Influence national and local policy and practice to reflect the active safeguarding role of parents and the impact on families of child sexual exploitation.
  • Sustain long term change by training partners in the active role of parents and carers safeguarding their children