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Transition to High School Quiz Home > School Life > Resources For Families > Transition to High School Quiz

Transition to High School QuizThis quiz gives provides a fun way to explore together with your child some of the challenges they may face when they start secondary school. The quiz is taken anonymously. However we do ask for your child’s age, home postcode and school so we can monitor trends in the responses you give. School Life

School Anxiety Tips Home > School Life > Resources For Families > School Anxiety Tips

If your child is feeling worried about going to school, or you are struggling. to their school so they are able to help you both.  Tips To Reduce Anxiety Get your child to push. will work together to find a way forward. Praise them for making the effort to go to school. Be a role. your child to school. In time and with the right support it will get easier for them. Try to encourage., breakfast, getting their uniform, school bag and equipment ready. Talk to your child's school and make

Getting Back into School Routines Home > School Life > Resources For Families > Getting Back into School Routines

During the holidays, the regular school day routine has probably been more relaxed. Bed times may have been later and the morning alarm clock may have been turned off!  Going back to school. worth doing a little bit of preparation before the new school routine begins, to make the transition. back into the school day routine. Dive Deeper Homework After a summer holiday of playing. schedule with your child to help them stay focused and motivated. Complete homework as soon as school

School Attendance Home > School Life > Resources For Families > School Attendance

The COVID-19 pandemic has meant many children have had to miss school as the country tried. of school.  Schools have now made it as safe as possible for pupils and staff to return, so it is expected that parents will make sure their children are back in school again. Schools will support families with this.  Being in school gives children the best chance to learn, make friends and get the most from their education. It can be difficult to know when to send your child into school

Free School Meals Home > School Life > Resources For Families > Free School Meals

School closures have become common over the last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. may still have to self isolate on occasion. It is important to remember that your child's school is still there to help and support you and your family. If your child is not attending school School will make sure that your child receives their free school lunches in the form of a weekly food parcel. and a parcel. If your child is attending school School will make sure your child is still receiving

Starting High School Home > School Life > Resources For Families > Starting High School

Moving to secondary school can feel like a big step. You and your child may have mixed.. It is normal to have a few worries and nerves but most children cope well with starting high school. at their earlier school. Or maybe they’ve really loved it and don’t want to leave. They may have to leave. way to school alone. It is recognised that transition to high school is a big event. age, home postcode and school so we can monitor trends in the responses you give. Take the quiz

Return To School Activities Home > School Life > Resources For Families > Return To School Activities

First Day Back in School Book Click here to read a guide for preparing your child for starting school First Day Back Ideas Click below for some ideas of how best to prepare. Self Care Summer Primary Pack Self Care Summer Secondary Pack Back to School Primary A Barnado's booklet with hints, tips & activities for your child to try so they move back into school life feeling confident and calm. Back to School Secondary A Barnado's booklet with hints, tips & activities for your child to try so

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Trips & Falls Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe In The Home > Trips & Falls

Children’s physical skills continue to improve as they develop through the toddler years and get ready to start school. They are probably getting braver and more active. Children this age are not yet able to slow down, judge risks and avoid them. They still need parents and carers to keep their surroundings as safe as possible for them. Check for Risks  Look around your home and garden and think what your child could hurt themselves on. Consider your child’s height and what might be tempting

Specialist Education Provision Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Specialist Education Provision

If your child has an additional need, it can help the local authority to know that your child may need further support when they are in school. A health professional who is supporting your family can let the local authority know about your child's needs from an early age. The Special.. The short term bases can also offer school to school support. The specialist bases available in Norfolk., it is very important to communicate with your child’s school. You and your child should be involved