Please take a look at the following links for more information about::
Take a look at the list of books to support feeling glad and not feeling sad - supporting healthy minds wordsforlife.org.uk/wellbeing/book
Kids & Teens - Police information website. This website gives advice and help about a number of key issues from "Stranger Danger", road safety and much more.
Operation Encompass - Safeguarding - All Leicestershire Schools are now part of a safeguarding initiative, which aims to improve outcomes for children and families affected by domestic violence and abuse.
This scheme has been designed to provide early reporting to schools of any domestic abuse incidents that might have an impact on a child that attends their school. The approach, known as Operation Encompass is being rolled out across the UK. In Leicestershire the scheme is run in partnership between Leicestershire County Council and Leicestershire Police.
All public agencies currently share information where there are safeguarding concerns or risk of harm to children and the Police currently share information on all incidents of domestic abuse in Leicestershire with Leicestershire County Council.
To further support the welfare of children this information sharing is being extended. During the school term our Designated Safeguarding Lead will now be informed when any domestic abuse incident has been reported to the police and one of our pupils was in the household.
This has been introduced because domestic abuse in a household can have a big impact on children, even if they do not see what is happening.
This information will be used to ensure the school is able to provide appropriate support to our pupils. The information will remain confidential and only shared on a strictly need-to-know basis, for example with the class teacher. It will not be shared with any pupils.
If you would like to speak to someone in confidence about domestic abuse or sexual violence, call the United Against Violence and Abuse (UAVA) helpline on 0800 80 200 28. The helpline is open 8am to 8am Monday to Saturday. You can also visit www.uava.org.uk
We look to offer the best support possible for our pupils and believe that this scheme is going to be beneficial and supportive for all those involved. In other areas of the country where it is in place it has been found to be a very effective way of supporting children at a most difficult time. For more information please click here.
Family Lives is a charity with over three decades of experience helping parents to deal with the changes that are a constant part of family life.
Ellistown Parents - A blog with useful information for the parents of Ellistown Primary School.
When Should I Worry?' is a booklet developed by researchers at Cardiff University.
It provides information for parents about the management of respiratory tract infections (coughs, colds, sore throats, and ear aches) in children, and has been designed to be used in primary care consultations.
Applying for your child's next school. If you are need help when applying for your child's next school please click here for details of how to register. Closing date for applications is 31st October 2018.
Leicestershire Anti-Bullying Team website - We aim to provide an online information service for Young People, Parents and Professionals seeking guidance on bullying. Please explore our website by clicking here, we hope you find it useful and informative.
National Child Measurement Programme. The National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) measures the height and weight of children in Reception class (aged 4 to 5) and year 6 (aged 10 to 11), to assess overweight and obesity levels in children within primary schools.
After School Forest Club
On Wednesday's after school Ms Heath and other staff members help to run our Forest Culb for our year 2 pupils. These are some of the activities they were doing last week. Clearing our pond ready for the tadpoles and other creatures Building shelters And having FUN! ...
Ducklings in Kandinsky Class
This week Kandinsky Class said farewell to the ducklings who hatched in class last week. There were six ducklings in total and all of our pupils really enjoyed seeing how they hatched and grew. Have a look at some of our newly hatched ducklings by clicking here. Click here to see ...
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