“Aiming High Activities” for children and young people with a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND) – September 2020

www.staffordshireconnects.info/kb5/staffordshire/directory/results.action Activities include a trip to Dudley Zoo with Let Us Play, Sherratts Wood Farm Activity Days and After School Clubs and activities from Gartmore Riding School.  Caudwell Children will also shortly be restarting their face to face Activity Clubs and details of these sessions are also included.  More of

Staffordshire #Creative Explorers – Library Resources – September 2020

Exploring Staffordshire History Festival with #CreativeExplorers! During September and October, Staffordshire Libraries ‘Creative Explorers’ programme will be delving into themes of this year’s Staffordshire’s History Festival. Arts activities led by professional artists Juneau Projects will offer children and young people the opportunity to get creative inspired by Staffordshire’s past, places

MPFT Workshops for Parents and Carers – September 2020 onwards

MPFT are advertising some exciting new workshops for parents / carers. There are three workshops that will be taking place covering the following themes: • Anxiety – https://tinyurl.com/y2gg3jg8 • Low-mood – https://tinyurl.com/y5tdqdfb • Building a stronger relationship with your child (aimed at parents of primary-school aged children) – parentingworkshop@mpft.nhs.uk

Parents’ Guide to Tik Tok – September 2020

www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/parents-ultimate-guide-to-tiktok As always please be advised to monitor children when they are using apps such as Tik Tok.  Attached is a parents’ ultimate guide to Tik Tok, which should be helpful given that it is being reported that there has been/there is inappropriate material being posted on there – perhaps

Our London Bus

We held an open evening for parents and children to be able to see some of the improvements we have made to school over the Summer holidays.  One of those projects was converting an old London bus into a reading/learning space.  The children were all really happy to see the

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