We at Family Learning know that the last year has been really tough for families. Now that it looks as though most pupils should be returning to school in the next couple of weeks, we are keen to know what would be helpful to you as parents and carers, over the next few months. Please take 5 minutes to fill out the form here. Helen, Angela and Ruth – Family Learning Development Workers in Northfield and Mastrick.
Happy #WorldBookDay! Today we launch the Masked Reader!
There’s one house point awarded for participation and another for a correct guess!
Check out myON, the new digital book collection at Northfield Academy. There is a fantastic range of books 7& audio books to choose from. It’s free. Available 24/7. See instructions on how to access on the Library Google Classroom
With news of a gradual return to school in Scotland, we would like to take this opportunity to remind you of the NHS Education for Scotland COVID-19 related resources.
In the Children, Young People and Families section: https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/29910/, you will find resource packs focusing on supporting a return to school, written by the NES Early Intervention TIPS Clinicians in NHS Grampian, as detailed below:
- Back to school : activity pack
- Back to school : resource pack
- It’s ok to worry about going back to school : resource pack for parents
- It’s ok to worry about going back to school : resource pack for parents of neurodiverse children
- It’s ok to worry about going back to school after coronavirus : resource pack for teenagers
There is also a resource for parents/carers to support children and young people with long-term physical health conditions, with tips for managing anxiety about coming out of lockdown:
- Coming out of lockdown – managing worries : a guide for parents/carers of children and young people with long-term health conditions
We hope you find these resources, along with the other resources that can be found on the Children, Young People and Families section, helpful.