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Early Help

Effective Early Help will resolve problems before they become overwhelming and require reactive services. Early Help enables children to be ready for school and more likely to achieve their full potential.


At Hoylake Holy Trinity, we have efficient measures and procedures in place to ensure that our families receive the right support they need when they need it.


School ELSA

Our School ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant), provides invaluable support to our children and families. Emotional development support areas for our children include: social skills, emotions, bereavement, social stories and therapeutic stories, anger management, self-esteem, counselling such as solution focus and friendship and much more. Our ELSA works alongside families to support with wider issues and provides a safe space to talk. Families can be directed towards outside agencies in order that they receive the right interventions as soon as possible.   


An appointment can be made with our School ELSA via the school office on 0151 632 4153

Family Toolbox

Introducing Family Toolbox offers parents tips and support, parenting advice, links to groups and organisations, things to do and more — whether that be advice to help a child sleep or finding something fun to do.
The new resource bridges a gap and brings parents lots of help and support in one place. With topics such as managing aggressive behaviour, ADHD, autism, keeping a tidy household, changing schools and lots more, there’s lots of invaluable advice to help parents through the challenges of raising children.
Family Toolbox makes resources and support more readily available and puts the power right in the hands of families to help work out what they want to change for themselves, and what steps they need to take to get there. Whether it’s the middle of the night, or a quick five minutes in a supermarket car park, anyone can access it when they choose to.

New on 

  • Mums Matter - from Wirral Mind, a perinatal service for women who are experiencing mental health problems linked to early motherhood
  • Who's in Charge – an 8-week programme for parents and carers of young people (8-18) who are beyond control, violent and/or defiant, from Paul Lavelle Foundation
  • Hooves for Healing – an equine-assisted learning project offering a service which has improved the quality of life for many children, young teens and adults
  • Barnstondale Adventure and Activity Centre – offer a range of year-round indoor and outdoor activities and challenging experiences, whatever their abilities or needs