Our mission is to make available high-quality information, guidance, and timely intervention. To provide excellent, fair and transparent services, resulting in positive outcomes for young people and school attendance through our Education Service and for employer / Employee good working relations through our Employment Service, resulting in the avoidance of conflict and speedy resolution where difficult situations have already occurred so that:
How we conduct our business is just as important as what we do. Our core values are the principles that guide us daily in helping our clients achieve their own aims and objectives with peace of mind. At all times, we strive to distinguish Education Welfare Services Midlands (EWS) from the rest, making us leaders and a trusted ‘go to’ company that is differentiated by well qualified personnel and innovative solutions:
Charnwood College - Principal Mark Sutton
"Experience & Expertise"
I have the highest regard for the work of Naina Zavery / EWSM. Her experience & expertise, particularly in the area of persistent absenteeism have meant that she has had a significant impact on our attendance figures this year. She has identified improvements to our procedures, intervened early with individuals and families & linked with other agencies to promote good attendance.
Thorpe Acre Infant School - Head Jane Fines
Working with EWSM enables us to have a very proactive approach to improving attendance. Our school procedures for all attendance matters have improved and this had a positive impact on our figures. Naina is excellent at ensuring prompt actions are taken and will continually update the school on all matters.
Leah Barrowcliffe - Parent
Before Naina's input I felt like no one listened! No one would help my two children and they were really struggling. Naina is polite, always listens & has a plan & actually does what she says she will do.She's been a life saver not just to my children but to me.I couldn't recommend her enough in fact I actually tell people to contact her.
Anonymous – Parent
Naina is very professional yet has a lot of empathy and gives people a lot of confidence in her ability to deal with the complexities involved in childrens welfare.
Thorpe Acre Junior School - Headteacher Jo Beaumont
Working with Education Welfare Services Midlands has had a positive impact on our schools attendance figures, on raising parent’s awareness of the importance of good attendance and the implications of their child attendance falling below acceptable levels.