Please find attached our monthly online newsletter.
Please open the link below to read about Thomas Adams KS2 Christmas Card Competition and see details of how to enter.
Please see below a letter from Young Minds. Thankyou to everyone for taking part.
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Information about who to go to at St Mary’s school
Iwan Williams in Class 1 has lost his coat. It is blue and it has his name in. If you have seen it or have taken it home in error can you please return it to the school office.
The digital 5 a day provides a simple framework that reflects the concerns of parents/ carers as well as children’s behaviours and needs. It can also act as a base for family agreements about internet and digital device use throughout both the holidays and term time.
Based on the NHS’s evidence-based ‘‘five steps to better mental wellbeing’, the digital 5 a day campaign gives children and parents easy to follow, practical steps to achieve a healthy and balanced digital diet.
Youtuber Simply Luke took our digital 5 a day challenge – see how he got on:
Anti-Bullying Week 2023 is coordinated in England, Wales and Northern Ireland by the Anti-Bullying Alliance. This year it has the theme ‘Make A Noise About Bullying’ and will take place from Monday 13th to Friday 17th November.
The week will be kicked off with Odd Socks Day on Monday 13th November, where adults and children wear odd socks to celebrate what makes us all unique.
Mr Lloyd’s group enjoyed seeing part of the Dolgoch falls through a magical woodland. The children were fascinated by the coins in the root of the tree. We explored a few old slate mine tunnels where the children experienced true darkness and deathly silence.
Solving together: an online conversation about reducing waiting times for children and young people’s mental health services
For the first time, the NHS is launching a month-long online conversation on children and young people’s mental health, with a focus on gathering learning and ideas on how we can improve waiting times and make services more accessible. Using the Solving Together platform, we will be inviting partners involved in the children and young people’s mental health pathway, professionals, children and young people and their families
, to have a say about this critical issue – with a focus on collecting ideas and best practice for ways to make our NHS services better in the future. We then plan to work with teams across the country to prototype and test the most promising ideas. The conversations will be live from 9 October. Come and have your say – we want to hear from you at https://solvingtogether.crowdicity.com/