Pastoral Support: Calming Strategies & How to check in with your child

Each morning is an opportunity to set the stage for the day. Children (and adults!) thrive when they have some routine and structure built into the day. This is even more crucial during uncertain times, and for children/teens who have special needs. Even teenagers, who may say they don’t like schedules, profit from having them. …

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Home Learning: Purplemash

Hello parents,  Please could you ensure that your children are using 2Email on Purple Mash each day to check that they have received the Home Learning Lessons from their class teacher. This is very important because the email contains the lesson plan, with links to videos and websites which will provide the vital teaching and …

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Family Support: Virtual workshops via ZOOM run by MIND charity, for better mental health

Virtual workshops via ZOOM run by MIND charity, for better mental health – Parental Resilience 2021Would you like to improve your coping strategies when supporting your children? If you answered YES!Then this course may be for you! Come alongto course 1 or 2, 1.5 hour sessions starting:Course 1Wednesday 13th – 27th January 7:00pm-8:30pmCourse 2Thursday 4th …

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PE, Sport and Physical Activity in KS1 & 2 – Autumn Term

PE, Sport and Physical Activity in KS1 by Mr Rogers Autumn 2020 In Year 1, Mr Adderley and the class teachers have been so impressed with the children’s teamwork. They have balanced on bridges, worked on their racket and ball skills and danced with imagination, grace and joy to Christmas songs this term. I will …

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