Welcome to our Service Families page. Here you will be able to find information about our Service Club, Gosport Community Hub Support and events that we will be holding, as well as keeping you up to date with the latest news.

Support for Children who are from Service Families

Mr Connor and Mrs Connor who run our Service Club are our point of contact for our Service Families. Should you need to contact her please pop in to see her, telephone or email: enquiries@kgarowner.uk Additionally, Mrs Sharpe oversees the pastoral provision, provided by the LAPS Team, for children who are from Service Families – you are very welcome to meet or discuss with her.

Childcare Funding

Finding suitable childcare for your children can be tricky, but there are lots of ways to help you find different types of childcare in your area.  Rowner Junior does have a brilliant breakfast club. For information about how you can access funding for this childcare, please visit here.

GFM Community Hub

The GFM Service team is based at the Community Hub at Brune Park. They provide an array of activities throughout the year – parties, socials, cooking etc. Regularly, we are visited by Mrs Charli Clarke who is our linked adult from the Service Team and is available to our Service Children when required. Her background is in supporting student engagement in class. She is qualified to provide ELSA as an Emotional Literacy Support Assistant. It is her responsibility to provide emotional literacy support in conjunction with the school, deployment support (and this can include short absences), ELSA (referrals must go through the school). weekly drop-in sessions, activities, support for service families transitioning in or out of the area, and to signpost families to the relevant services. If you have any questions or would like support, then please contact the school, or Charli directly by sending her an email to: cclarke@gfmat.org.

Service Club

Mrs Connor and Mr Connor host our weekly Service Club after school on a Wednesday. The children participate in a variety of activities.

Support for Service Families

Sailors Children’s Society: Providing help & support to children of seafarers for almost 200 years. http://www.sailorschildren.org.uk/