Improving pupil attendance for over 12 years
Recommended by schools across the South East
Highly recommended by Headteachers
Improving pupil attendance for over 12 years
British Standards Institute Accreditation

WELCOME TO WPA Education Welfare Services

We help children attend school on time, every day, to fulfil their potential.

WPA works with schools, academies, free schools and pupil referral units across London and SE England, offering a specialist range of services to help you improve attendance and safeguarding.
Established in 2007, WPA is a leading provider of education welfare services in the UK and the only one to be accredited by the British Standards Institute.
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"Attendance has risen and our persistent absence has dropped!"
Kensington Avenue Primary School
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Areas Covered

Working in partnership with over 150 schools throughout South East England.
  • Schools Supported 151 Schools Supported
  • Years of Experience 12 Years of Experience
  • 96% Success Rate 96% Success Rate
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Areas Covered
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Jul 12th 2019
Improving kids’ mental health with dogs, therapy and quiet classrooms https://t.co/LHdgWzttHH https://t.co/R6OOU7zWyM
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Jul 11th 2019
Our annual vulnerability report published today reveals how many children access which local services https://t.co/7V7LEEIFNM https://t.co/4ZUl8d81vm
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Jul 11th 2019
Students to be quizzed on whether they can cook five hot meals in Government-backed scheme to prepare them for university https://t.co/4XGhArqKkR via https://t.co/KZa2xTCR0B
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Jul 10th 2019
The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Facebook Showcase https://t.co/djHSubnlZI via
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Jul 09th 2019
WPA are proud to be standing up against bullying. Today we are visiting ’s head office in London to celebrate and support by . Check out their anti-bullying work: https://t.co/qK8KxKnDkE
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Jul 09th 2019
Three in five children have been bullied at school, survey finds https://t.co/gcLj8xOsLk https://t.co/wMWegzHN5b
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Jul 02nd 2019
Three out of five young people 'have experienced mental health problems' https://t.co/Lc26imxz4D https://t.co/stesE4omgE
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Jun 24th 2019
Betting firms could be taxed to pay for addiction treatment as NHS launches new service for child gamblers https://t.co/R4lZpLThZH https://t.co/bThvKk8zfp
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Jun 20th 2019
England's schools 'worst for cyber-bullying' https://t.co/JkDMRRb5qx https://t.co/HYHhf0kaWQ
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Jun 18th 2019
North-South divide argument in education is ‘too simplistic’, minister says https://t.co/rlo8HncwlQ https://t.co/zlP5Ov0f5z
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Jun 18th 2019
Schools ‘need support of government to help grieving children’ https://t.co/T1uJZD4GnB https://t.co/tgok2KRy4j
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Jun 17th 2019
Teachers to be trained to spot mental health issues early https://t.co/Ae03wSV23w https://t.co/Db06rAPt62
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Jun 12th 2019
Schools should stay open during evenings and weekends to tackle knife crime, Children’s Commissioner says https://t.co/EngGZzrSk5 via https://t.co/mCKGtjO4Uz
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Jun 07th 2019
How to embed mental health into the school curriculum https://t.co/FEubWYQ9V4 https://t.co/pkMIDLxPm3
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Jun 06th 2019
Are we getting pastoral care wrong? https://t.co/M0ZRjuLvTj https://t.co/eKOIlOmSdB
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Jun 05th 2019
Cut child poverty in five easy steps https://t.co/TPAGXE76P8 https://t.co/PvfEFA93GO
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Jun 03rd 2019
Why Autism Goes Unseen in Girls – And How You Can Spot It https://t.co/B4CrSY4aAe https://t.co/D0gvKjgUC9
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Jun 03rd 2019
Nine in 10 parents of disabled children 'do not get enough support to care for them safely'' https://t.co/oOEsRLCwsz https://t.co/hD05HYSB8l
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May 22nd 2019
Pupils surviving on two hours sleep due to phone addiction https://t.co/ypYGzwoUa6 https://t.co/W5O5IcDdCH
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Schools Currently Supported

Schools Currently Supported

Years of Experience

Years of Experience

Success Rate
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Children Supported (so far)

Children Supported (so far)

Our Services

Education Welfare Officers

Education Welfare Officers

Our experienced education welfare officers can work alongside your staff and families to remove barriers to attendance.

Attendance Audits and Evaluations

Attendance Audits and Evaluations

An audit by our specialist staff is an ideal place to start if you are looking to improve attendance.

Attendance Training

Attendance Training

Giving your staff the skills and confidence they need to boost and sustain high attendance.

Early Intervention Family Workers

Early Intervention Family Workers

We offer one-to-one casework and family support to address safeguarding concerns and help children attend school regularly.

Attendance Rewards Schemes

Attendance Rewards Schemes

Helping you find the right attendance reward scheme for your school.

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