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We know that COVID-19 (Coronavirus) will have a serious impact on the lives of women, children and men who are experiencing domestic abuse. Click the button for information about support.
Please click the link for some tips about receiving your free school meals voucher. If you think you haven’t received an email then please check your junk/spam folder for an email from email@example.com
When your child is ill or injured it is very difficult to decide if/when to call your child’s GP, NHS 111, or go the Accident and Emergency Department (A&E). While the government is asking everyone to stay at home,
it can be confusing to know what to do. Here is some guidance around what to do if your child shows any of the following symptoms or signs.
Click above for the latest information from our head teacher, Paul Silvester. It contains general guidance, health and wellbeing tips and some extra resources that you may find useful.
Family Fund has received extra funding worth £10 million from the Department for Education to provide grants for families on low incomes raising disabled or seriously ill children this year.it can be confusing to know what to do. Here is some guidance around what to do if your child shows any of the following symptoms or signs.
The Division of Educational Psychology has produced this video to provide some useful advice for parents and carers on the psychology behind playtime and how it helps children and young people manage their emotions.
Welcome to the ‘Working at Home’ area for all Newman School pupils. Each form teacher has planned activities, please navigate using the links below to find your child’s form and the activities. There is also a group of art activities that will hopefully be suitable for as many of our young people as possible.
If you have any questions about the work, or if you have any other concerns then please get in touch with school and we will try to support you as much as we can.
Please feel free to look at any section of the working at home activities that you like – there may be more activities from other teachers that might be of interest.
Twinkl is currently offering parents/carers a full one month ‘Ultimate Membership’ for free. We use these resources a lot at school, so your young person may be familiar with them. This code only lasts for 30 days from when you first log in, please be aware of this!
Use code: UKTWINKLHELPS
‘Purple Mash’ has a wide range of activities suitable for our young people. If your young person has been using Purple Mash already, a log in card will have been sent home in their packs. To log in please click the link.
If you do not have a log in and would still like to take make use of the resources, you can click the lick below for a limited version.
Phonics Play Comics, PhonicsPlay comics are decodable comics featuring familiar characters from PhonicsPlay along with some new friends. They are short, simple, silly comics that can be viewed on screen or printed out.