Risk Assessment for a Full Re-opening in September 2020.
Parent help for setting up Microsoft Teams.
Please click on the correct document for instructions to set up Microsoft Teams.
Parent help with home learning
Here is a copy of the Eatwelll guide avaliable from the NHS.
Here are some recipie ideas you can try out which meet the Eat Well guidelines.
Children’s mental health week
The 12th January marks the start of Children’s Mental Health Week 2019. Please use these resources to help you at home if you need them:
Visit the Anti-Bullying Alliance for more information on bullying. Use their online tool to update your own knowledge and get advice:
Help with reporting hate crimes
These are multilanguage leaflets encouraging people to report hate crimes.
Mr Shapeshifter E-Safety
Year 5 and 6 are taking part in a Mr Shapeshifter E-Safety afternoon on October 7th. To follow this up at home please complete the activity provided. If you’d like to watch the animation yourself please visit:
Want to know what to pack for a healthy lunchbox, then look at this website
Peer pressure help
Parent Info’s latest article explores how parents can help their child cope with peer pressure – helping to boost their body confidence and self-esteem.
“The pressure to conform to ideals of body shape and beauty can become overwhelming – especially these days when friends can comment on your child’s appearance on social media day and night, and there are ‘likes’ for looking a certain way…”
linke here : https://parentinfo.org/article/why-your-child-s-friends-may-not-always-be-good-for-them-and-how-to-help?utm_source=Parent+Zone+Newsletter&utm_campaign=b6e677732c-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_07_11_09_10&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_1ee27d9000-b6e677732c-179345213
Help and advice about puberty
Advice for parents on social media usage for children
Help with exam or school pressure.
This link is to Parent Zone’s website, a guide for parents supported by the CEOP (Children’s internet safety organisation). It is advice on supporting your child if they have anxiety due to exam/school pressure.
This year as part of their advertising work, Dove are providing a parents guide to helping their child with body image. This is what they say:
At Dove, we’re on a mission to encourage young peopleto think positively about the way they look, enablingthem to reach their full potential in life. Over half of girlsaround the world do not have high body confidence,and eight out of 10 of them avoid a range of everydayactivities – from seeing friends and family to gettinginvolved in sports teams or clubs – because they feelbad about the way they look.That’s why, in 2004, we set up the Dove Self-EsteemProject to help support parents, mentors and teachersin sending out a positive message and to ensure thenext generation of women grows up to be happy andcontent, free from the burden of self-doubt that comesfrom appearance pressures.This booklet has been written by experts and designedfor and by parents. We hope the advice and activitiesoutlined on the following pages will help you to helpyour daughter see her own unique beauty and find theself-confidence to shine. Visit dove.com/selfesteem formany more articles with stories,adviceand support tohelp your daughter be her best self
The Online world.
Please find below some useful information related to gaming and streaming.
Teacher assessment changes
2019 national curriculum tests
Applying for a Secondary School Place.
The Year 5’s will be moving into Year 6 very soon. It is never too early to start thinking about your child’s secondary school.
Please find below some useful information related to applying for a secondary school place.