Health and Wellbeing
This page has been created to give you an area for everything to do with your child’s health and wellbeing
We would really like to now how your child gets to school, please find below a link to a quick survey, thank you, in advance, for you contribution.
North Tyneside parks and streets have recently been littered with discarded canisters of nitrous oxide (laughing gas). It is dangerous, it is illegal and we are concerned for the safety of our young people. Please read the below document for more information and where to get help.
Have you ever thought about doing your Duke of Edinburgh Awards? Registration for September 2020 is closing soon, see the below document for more information.
Please find below a link to a Mental Health Survival Pack, it has lots of fun tasks to help your child understand and communicate how they are feeling.
Please find below a link to the 1st issue of North Cumbria and North East Children and Young People Peer Network Newsletter. It has information about how do I support a child or young person to adhere to social distancing, lockdown and isolation guidelines.
To see this dyslexia video click on the link below
In the current climate, with children spending increasing amounts of time online during home schooling, Northumbria Police would like to highlight this programme on online safety which we believe you will find useful for protecting your children if included as part of their home learning package. Use the link below to access the programmes
Please find a link below to a document about Online Radicalisation, if this is something you are worried about there is advice and places you can contact for help.
Those between 11-19 years who would like to discuss concerns with the school nurse can text the Chat Health service on: 07507332 532
Please click here for information from Northumberland Police about who to call when you need help.
Please click here to read what is happening around safeguarding while the school is closed.