No. 248

28 January 2022

Dear Parents and Carers,

A small group of our Year 5 Eco-team were invited to take part in a ceremony in Stoke Park earlier this week, planting a tree as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy. Together with the mayor and other local councillors, the children used a ceremonial spade to plant an ornamental cherry in the Sensory Garden to begin the celebrations for Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee. I was so impressed by their eco-credentials – they spoke confidently of the changes that we need to make to look after our town environment into the future. Much of the discussion focused on road use; I wonder if the children will be able to inspire us all to consider greener ways to get about. It would certainly make for a calmer start and end to the day at both sites. Even parking five minutes walk away would make a difference – both to the traffic and to the air quality in school. And please remember not to park dangerously on the zig-zags.

I’m sure there will be many other ways that we will mark the Jubilee, but it was good to do such a positive thing during these gloomy January days. It’s also been really positive to see sports fixtures against other local schools starting up again this term, and the orchestra and junior school choir are excited to look forward to the Primary Schools music festival at GLive nearer to Easter.

Restrictions are easing as we move through the term. We’ll keep a close eye on the numbers testing positive for covid, but from Monday, we’ll be able to revert away from year group bubbles. Parents will again be able to come into school to volunteer and for face to face meetings, but we would encourage you please to continue to be cautious. And do keep children away from school if they are unwell – testing regularly using LFTs if anyone in the household is positive.

It's been great this week to see the full breadth of our curriculum continuing to be taught across all seven year groups – and our school values being given such a high priority by our teaching team. With the excitement of Year 5 heading off to Winchester Science Centre today, I was encouraged that children at HTPD have so many regular opportunities for living out our school ethos of life in all its fullness. Joining in with a discussion in Year 4, I was glad to hear children reflecting on the impact of being kind to one another, showing real empathy, and “imagining the journey in another’s footsteps”. Seeing the joy of our youngest children in Reception, making themselves a hot chocolate and growing in independence, I was reminded of how important it is to plan opportunities for children to see “heaven in the moment”. It really made my day! I hope your family had a good week too!

With love,
Clare


Thought of the week: Pineapple “Feel good! Wearing the breastplate of righteousness – do you feel good on the inside?”


WHOLE SCHOOL

Harrison Catering services are recruiting for:
General Kitchen Assistant – 20 hours per week over 43.2 weeks at Pewley Down.
Chef Manager – 35 hours a week over 43.2 weeks to manage the Pewley Down kitchen, creating meals for 180 students a day and managing the site.
Anyone interested, or who knows of someone who may be interested, please contact Paul Thorne in the first instance: paul.thorne@harrisoncatering.co.uk.



INFANT

House Step Competition
Next week each class will have the chance to wear pedometers for a day! We will then total up the number of steps to determine which House does the most. Awards will also be given to the class that does the most steps, the top two children with the highest step count and the member of staff! We are all very excited to get moving! Monday 31st - Beech; Tuesday 1st - Willow; Wednesday 2nd - Chestnut; Thursday 3rd - Hazel; Friday 4th - Walnut; Monday 7th - Oak.

Fluffy Friday
Information on activities for Fluffy Friday went out via ParentMail yesterday. Please complete the form with your child’s choices by next Friday 4 February.

Year R – School Entry Questionnaire
A reminder for Year R parents to complete the questionnaire from the School Nurse team sent out via ParentMail by Friday 4 February.

Menu for week beginning Monday 31 January
Mon: Beef Bolognese or Vegetable & Lentil Bolognese, Fusilli Pasta; Freshly Baked Biscuit or Cake
Tues: Piri Piri Style Chicken with Vegetable Rice or Vegetable Burrito with Rice; Freshly Baked Biscuit or Cake
Weds: Roast Turkey or Root Vegetable Wellington, Roast Potatoes, Gravy; Freshly Baked Biscuit or Cake
Thurs: Beef Ragu Pasta or Root Vegetable Pasta Bake, Garlic Bread; Freshly Baked Biscuit or Cake
Fri: Fish Fingers or Vegetarian Nuggets with Chips; Freshly Baked Biscuit or Cake
Also available daily: Filled Jacket Potato, Selection of Seasonal Vegetables/Salad, Fruit Pots, Vegetarian Jelly & Yoghurt


JUNIOR

Dates for the Diary
Monday 31 January – Friday 4 February – Year 6 Bikeability (groups attending will be informed)
Tuesday 1 February from 3pm - preowned book sale in lower playground (see below)
Thursday 3 February – Year 4 trip to Science Museum
Monday 7 February – No Swimming for 3S
Wednesday 9 Feburary – No Swimming for 4N

Breakfast Club - Early arrivals
Just a polite reminder that Breakfast Club starts at 8am – do not drop children off before 8am for breakfast club.

It has also been noticed that many children are coming into school much earlier than 8:25am. If children are dropped off before 8:25am, they will be sent to Breakfast Club as they need to be supervised by a staff member.

Clubs Cancellations
Wednesday 2 February – Year 5 Netball Club cancelled
Friday 4 and 11 February – Year 4 Tag Rugby Club cancelled

Match kit
- please return to school

If your child has been involved in a fixture and borrowed HT kit, please ensure it is washed and returned so another child can borrow it. Kit is very expensive to replace. We are in the process of choosing a new HT football kit and we are shocked at the prices so it is a timely reminder to ask everyone to look after what we already have. All kit can be returned to the office. Thank you.

Holy Trinity Fixtures and Clubs w/c 31/01/22
Wednesday 2nd February - A group of Y3 & Y4 children are attending a Sportshall Indoor Athletics competition at Spectrum on Wednesday morning. For those children involved, please arrive at school no later than 8.25am and make your way to the Chapel, where we will get changed, take a register and head off to the coach that is leaving school at 8.45am.

Please bring a snack, water, in a plastic bottle, and a packed lunch to eat when you return to school, at around 12.30pm. I'm afraid the competition is closed to spectators.

Wednesday 2nd February - Y5 netball club is CANCELLED
There is a Y5 netball match v QE at school. The Y5 teams have been sent out on Parent Mail. Parents are welcome to come and watch. Approximate finish time is 4.30pm

Paul is unable to run Tag Rugby until he is off his crutch and able to walk / jog unaided. Therefore, Tag Rugby club for Y4 on Fridays is cancelled at least until half term.

Unfortunately, there is no one to take the club. JJ is already running a very large Y6 netball club and Nick and I are busy with Sportshall this Fri and then after half term we will be running trials and then practice for the 5's & 6's until the date of the comp, late March.

LunchWeek 1 Menu for the week commencing 31 January


FOPS News

Hi all,

Sponsored Read
We are organising a sponsored read to take place during half term to raise funds for the school to refresh the library books and to go towards the Phonics Scheme.

From Monday 14th to Sunday 20th February, children can read anything with words or spend time being read to. Sponsorship will be based on the number of minutes read during the week.

As a guide to donations, one phonics book costs £4.50. If you can’t participate in the Sponsored Read but would like to donate to the fundraiser, any amount is greatly appreciated! You can return the sponsorship money online at https://www.collectionpot.com/pot/1174069/ or by cash or cheque with completed forms (in book bags next week) to the office by Friday 25th February. If you have any questions please contact katelloyd741@gmail.com

Happy weekend!
Kate


HTSC News

Hello Everyone!

Thank you for scrolling down!

Preloved Book sale
Year 6 will be running a book sale after school on Tuesday 1st February – there is a mix of donated books and some new. If your New year’s resolution was to read more, then this is a great opportunity to pick up a book or two. Please bring some cash – the sale will be in the lower playground on the picnic benches.

Easyfundraising
If you are shopping online, one way to support the school is through www.easyfundraising.co.uk and selecting HTSC Holy Trinity School Community as your cause. Over 4000 retailers are affiliated, and every purchase makes a difference.

Preloved and Preowned Uniform
If you need any preowned uniform, please contact Simone Childlow simonechidlow@googlemail.com

HTSC Committee – positions vacant
Myself, Claudine Nel (Secretary) and Tom Day (Treasurer) will be stepping down from HTSC at the end of this school year. It would be great if we could have a handover term after Easter to help ease a new team in. If you are at all interested in one of these roles, please do get in touch.

Dates for your diary
Tuesday 1st February from 3pm - 2nd hand book sale in lower playground.

Many thanks

Helen
HTSC Chair


Other Notices

Bikeability – The Cycle Training Team at Surrey County Council are recruiting for Bikeability Cycling Instructors. Details are available on the website: Surrey County Council - Job details (surreycc.gov.uk)

Hideaway Café – Treat your friend to a free coffee
As a youth work charity (www.matrixtrust.com) the Hideaway Café team are always encouraging young people to look after their wellbeing, doing things such as connecting with friends and having fun. Matrix run a social enterprise café in the heart of Guildford that provides young people with a boost into employment, and they have 2 special offers for you, running from January 28th to February 25th 2022 - one for you to connect with a friend and one for you to have some fun with your children. Just show the attached flyer when you order.

A Dragon’s Tale – Half Term Holiday Club, 17 to 20 February, Church of the Holy Spirit, New Inn Lane
Four days of games, crafts, friendship and fun for children in Year R to Year 6 (£15 per child). Visit our website for details on how to book. Spaces are limited, book now so you don’t miss out! www.burphamchurch.org.uk

 

No. 247

21 January 2022

Dear Parents and Carers,

It’s been a busy day today – thanks to the Year 6 codebreakers club, I spent my breakfast time gripped by the challenge of a tricky puzzle! Determined not to be beaten by their skilful cryptography, I nearly arrived late to school! Frustratingly, I finally set off on my journey with it still unsolved, leaving it in the hands of my husband who messaged me about an hour later with the answer. He was so determined to crack the code, knowing that a group of 11 year olds had already done it! What clever children! It’s so good to see different activities appealing to different children – and staff!

This week’s assembly theme reminded us all of our school value “everyone treasured and loved as a unique child of God”. In Ephesians 6 it says “stand firm then with the belt of truth buckled around your waist.” As we spoke about the truth that each of us is loved by God, we used the Roman soldier’s belt as a metaphor for God’s truth – that each one of us is precious. It’s been great to reflect on each member of the school community’s valuable contribution to the success of the whole. Every single person playing their part to make the school a better place. I’m so grateful to the wider community that staff, governors, parents and children are all determined to make this happen at HTPD. Thank you for your contribution! I hope you feel treasured and loved.

With the country looking ahead to Thursday’s relaxation of the covid regulations, I wanted to let you know that in school, we will also move away from year group bubbles from Monday 31st January. We will be able to welcome visitors back into school, assemblies will be face to face again, and after school arrangements can return to normal too. Our outbreak management plan will no longer be in operation. We would ask that you continue to be cautious about keeping children at home when they seem unwell, and that as adults, you consider taking LFTs before coming into the building for meetings or as volunteers. For the time being phoning or emailing is still preferable if you just want to check something, rather than popping in to school in person. Please use LFTs each day if anyone in the house has covid as we do still have some staff and children testing positive. Of course, if the situation did worsen again, we may well be advised by public health to re-introduce the outbreak plan, but for now, it’s great to be able to return to normal school. We’re especially excited about Fluffy Friday coming up on February 11th. Do get in touch with your child’s teacher if you’re able to help out with an activity. There’s something for everyone so let us know if you’ve got a particular skill or expertise! Remember each one of you is “treasured and loved”!

With love
Clare


Thought of the week: Passionfruit “Find truth. What is the truth about you?”

Whole School

Vacancy
We are recruiting for a new School Secretary/Administrator on the Holy Trinity site. Further details and an application pack for this vacancy appear on the school website and ETeach. This is a busy and varied role and the successful candidate needs to be able to multi-task cheerfully in busy, sometimes hectic and noisy office environment. Candidates should have excellent (high level) computer, secretarial and typing skills, including good working knowledge of Excel. SIMs knowledge an advantage, but not essential. Includes First Aid (training provided) responsibilities. Post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance. For further information, please email Bev on recruiting@htpd.surrey.sch.uk

Harrison Catering services are also recruiting for:
General Kitchen Assistant – 20 hours per week over 43.2 weeks at Pewley Down.
Chef Manager – 35 hours a week over 43.2 weeks to manage the Pewley Down kitchen, creating meals for 180 students a day and managing the site.
Anyone interested, or who knows of someone who may be interested, please contact Paul Thorne in the first instance: paul.thorne@harrisoncatering.co.uk.

Safer Schools Update
The popular computer game Roblox has once again been getting some negative headlines with reports of harmful content and 'friend requests' from strangers being commonplace in the game. Our partners at Safer Schools have produced a handy parent guide to help protect children from some of the harmful elements that unfortunately seem to regularly appear on Roblox. The following link will take you directly to the web page. https://oursaferschools.co.uk/2022/01/19/roblox-parents-guide-and-age-restrictions/
If you find the article useful and would like more online safety advice sent straight to your phone, we highly recommend you download the Safer Schools app. It is completely free and give you concise and timely online safety updates that will help keep you in the loop without feeling overwhelmed with information! Once you have downloaded the app, search for Holy Trinity and you will see our logo. Then enter the code 7440.


Infant

Teacher-led clubs
Next week (beginning 24 January) we will continue to adapt the teacher-led club activities in order to avoid year groups mixing. Clubs should then return to normal from 31 January. Thank you for bearing with us.

Menu - week 1 beginning 24 January.


Junior

Dates for the Diary
Friday 28 January – Year 5 Trip to Winchester Science Museum
Monday 31 January – Friday 4 February – Year 6 Bikeability (groups attending will be informed)
Thursday 3 February – Year 4 trip to Science Museum

Clubs/Sports Update commencing Monday 24 January

Tuesday 25 January - Y5 Football club is CANCELLED
There is a football match v Boxgrove at Holy Trinity after school on Tuesday 25 January - Y5 teams have been sent out on Parentmail.

Wednesday 26 January - Y5 Netball club is CANCELLED
There is a netball match v St Joseph's after school on Wednesday 26 January - Y5 & Y6 Teams have been sent out via Parentmail.

Menu - week 3 beginning 24 January.


FOPS

Hi all,

We’re hoping that with Covid restrictions easing we’ll be able to squeeze in a cake and uniform sale before half term, so keep an eye on WhatsApp groups and in the newsletter for confirmation.

We are starting to plan our February fundraiser, which will be another sponsored read, following the success of last year's. More details to follow in the coming weeks.

Please also remember you can use easyfundraising to help us continue to raise vital funds for the school. When you shop via the easyfundraising website or app, with over 4,100 retailers, including John Lewis & Partners, eBay, Amazon and many more, you will raise FREE donations for the school.

If you’re not already registered, please visit our easyfundraising page here: https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/fopd/?utm_campaign=raise-more&utm_content=s-e3

Happy weekend!
Kate


Be Your Best is a free service for Surrey families with children aged 0-12 who are above the healthy weight range. We can help you to: eat healthily on a budget; plan meals – even for fussy eaters; find ways to be more active; start swapping unhealthy habits for good ones. For more information, visit www.bybsurrey.org or email us at BeYourBest@surreycc.gov.uk or phone 01483 517005.

No. 246

14 January 2022

Dear Parents and Carers,

It’s been great to see the new year start to unfold. I’m excited for 2022 – it feels like an optimistic, hopeful new season. For me personally, I’m enjoying celebrating my daughter’s engagement and as a family we’re enthusiastically making plans for her summer wedding. Ellen was previously a child at HTPD and I’m still grateful that she learnt so much during her time here about who she was. Learning to live life in all its fullness has been at the heart of her growing up and I’m so thrilled that she’s found someone to share the next chapter with. I’m sure I’ll keep you updated over the coming months as I look forward to being “mother of the bride”!

As a school community we’re also feeling optimistic; we’re glad to be seeing covid infections locally start to reduce, and we are looking ahead to a fantastic term of opportunities. With new guidance meaning that self-isolation will be for only 5 full days, children’s attendance in school will be less disrupted (as long as your child has two negative lateral flow tests on day 5 and 6 they can return to school). Please do continue to keep them at home if they show any symptoms of covid, use lateral flow tests if you have household contacts, and do check with our office teams if you’re unsure about the guidance.

Our teacher teams are making the most of introducing their new topics; they’ve spent time thinking deeply about the needs of the children in their classes, and have planned for some super learning sequences. Do keep a close eye on the JTLYK pages each week so that you can be involved in supporting your child at home. It’s so much easier to start a conversation with “I see you’ve been looking at…” rather than asking “what did you learn today?”.

Our new term’s assembly series has also begun, albeit we’re meeting on Zoom for the time being. We’ll be using two key passages from the New Testament where we are encouraged to live as God intended us. From Ephesians 6 we look at the idea of putting on the full armour of God to face each of life's challenges. This seems particularly important as we emerge from a pandemic. Meanwhile, alongside this idea each week, a different fruit will help us to look at what living life to the full might be, as we consider the fruits of the Spirit described in Galatians 5; love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.

Linking the fruit of the Spirit to different delicious fruits each week will also help us to think about being healthy in body, mind and soul. Which reminds me to reinforce our healthy snack rules! Remember we’re a nut-free school, we try to avoid sugary snacks and plastic wrappers, and we encourage children to eat healthily whenever we can. Take a look at the assembly slides each week on the website if you’d like to follow our fruit of the week ideas!

With love,
Clare


Thought of the week: Strawberry “Be real. Do you know who you really are?” 

WHOLE SCHOOL

Vacancy
We are recruiting for a new School Secretary / Administrator on the Holy Trinity site. Further details and an application pack for this vacancy appear on the school website and ETeach. This is a busy and varied role and the successful candidate needs to be able to multi-task cheerfully in busy, sometimes hectic and noisy office environment. Candidates should have excellent (high level) computer, secretarial and typing skills, including good working knowledge of Excel. SIMs knowledge an advantage, but not essential. Includes First Aid (training provided) responsibilities. Post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance. For further information, please email Bev on recruiting@htpd.surrey.sch.uk

Harrison Catering services are also recruiting for:
General Kitchen Assistant – 20 hours per week over 43.2 weeks at Pewley Down.
Chef Manager – 35 hours a week over 43.2 weeks to manage the Pewley Down kitchen, creating meals for 180 students a day and managing the site.
Anyone interested, or who knows of someone who may be interested, please contact Paul Thorne in the first instance: paul.thorne@harrisoncatering.co.uk.


INFANT

Parking
We have been contacted by the residents of Pewley Bank (the road that is adjacent to the school) about their concerns regarding parking. Can I remind you that this is a private road and that we are not able to use it at drop-off or pick-up. They do have a barrier, but hope not to have to use it. The volume of traffic is certainly a concern, especially as it is a pedestrian route that lots of families use - cars entering and leaving the road make it very challenging. Please can you find alternative parking, perhaps at the top of Pewley Hill. Thank you for being careful to keep the children safe on the route in and out of school.

Teacher-led clubs
We will continue to adapt the activities and teachers leading the clubs next week in order to reduce mixing of year groups. This is for a limited time while we are operating our outbreak management plan.

Menu: week 3 beginning Monday 17 January


JUNIOR

Dates for the Diary
Friday 28 January – Year 5 Trip to Winchester Science Museum

Clubs Updates
Monday Hockey Club – will finish at 4:15pm – please collect the children from the lower playground.
Friday 21 January - Tag Rugby Year 4 – CANCELLED

Sports/Fixtures Updates

PE kit in the Spring Term
It can be cold and wet on the pitch during PE and we urge children to wear appropriate clothing so they can fully take part in PE lessons, and also stay warm. A pair of trainers is essential, boots and school shoes worn in PE lessons can be dangerous as children can slip. Unisex Lyrca leggings are really effective in the colder months as they also stay dry for longer. You can buy these from Decathlon for under £10.00.

Holy Trinity fixtures and Clubs w/c 17/01 & 24/01
We have quite a few fixtures coming up and very sadly we are still missing netball and football kit, borrowed last term. If your child borrows school competition kit for fixtures against another school, please wash and return it to school asap so that another child can borrow it. All kit can be returned to the office. Thank you.

Wednesday 19 January - Y5 & Y6 are playing a hockey match v Barrow Hills after school at Holy Trinity. All Y5's and Y6's who currently come to Mary's club on a Monday are invited to play in these matches. Approximate finish time 4.30pm. Please feel free to come and spectate.

Thursday 20 January - There is a Y4 mini football tournament at Northmead.
Y4 Teams have been sent out on ParentMail.

Tuesday 25 January - Y5 Football club is CANCELLED

There is a football match v Boxgrove at Holy Trinity after school on Tuesday 25 January
Y5 teams have been sent out on Parentmail

Wednesday 26 January - Y5 Netball club is CANCELLED

There is a netball match v St Joseph's after school on Wednesday 26 January
Y5 & Y6 Teams have been sent out via Parentmail.

Lunch
Week 2 Menu Week commencing Monday 17 January


FOPS News

Hi all,

I hope you’ve all had a good start to term so far.

We are starting to plan our February fundraiser, which will be another sponsored read, following the success of last year's. More details to follow in the coming weeks.

In other news, while we are having a quieter period due to Covid restrictions please remember you can use easyfundraising to help us continue to raise vital funds for the school. When you shop via the easyfundraising website or app, with over 4,100 retailers, including John Lewis & Partners, eBay, Amazon and many more, you will raise FREE donations for the school.

If you’re not already registered, please visit our easyfundraising page here: https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/fopd/?utm_campaign=raise-more&utm_content=s-e3

Happy weekend,

Kate – FOPS Chair

 

No. 245

07 January 2022

Dear Parents and Carers,

Happy New Year to all our families! We’ve so enjoyed seeing the children back in school; they all seemed so well rested and made such a positive start to these first few days of the spring term. In our Zoom assembly earlier this week, I spoke about four words beginning with P and encouraged the whole school community to live them out: Let’s be polite, positive, purposeful and peaceful! I’ll let you know how it goes, but there has been a really impressive response so far.

I’ve also been really impressed by how punctually (another P!) all the children have been arriving in the morning. It’s so important for the whole class to arrive together; missing just five minutes each day means missing almost half an hour of learning a week, and over time that adds up. Please don’t arrive too early though – early birds will be asked to go to breakfast club to make sure they’re safely cared for.

Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding in the light of our current covid restrictions. We know that the adjustments to our clubs timetable has been difficult from a child care perspective. We’re so sorry about that and hopefully it will only be for a short while. The children, as always have been cheerfully resilient and seem very relaxed to be back in school. We’re looking forward to a super term ahead!

With love,
Clare
 

WHOLE SCHOOL

CLOSING DATE FOR PRIMARY APPLICATIONS – 15 January 2022
The deadline for applications to Year R and Year 3 for September 2022 is Saturday 15 January. Online applications can be made via Surrey County Council’s website: www.surreycc.gov.uk/primaryadmissions 

SEND Teaching Assistant vacancy
We are recruiting for a full time SEND Teaching Assistant. Details are on the school website under the vacancy tab and on ETeach. Please email completed application forms to recruiting@htpd.surrey.sch.uk (Although full time is preferred, part time may be considered for an applicant with a very good fit).


INFANT

Teacher-led clubs
Teacher-led clubs start next week beginning 10 January. For the first few weeks, while we are operating our outbreak management plan, you may find the activities and teacher leading the club have been adapted in order to reduce mixing of children.

Menu for week beginning Monday 10 January
Mon: Beef Bolognese or Vegetable & Lentil Bolognese with Pasta; Freshly Baked Biscuit or Cake
Tues: Chicken & Herb Pasta Bake or Piri Piri Style Vegetables with Savoury Rice; Freshly Baked Biscuit or Cake
Weds: Roast Gammon or Root Vegetable Wellington, Roast Potatoes & Gravy; Freshly Baked Biscuit or Cake
Thurs: Beef Ragu Pasta Bake or Root Vegetable Pasta Bake, Garlic Bread; Freshly Baked Biscuit or Cake
Fri: Fish Fingers or Vegetarian Nuggets, Chips; Freshly Baked Biscuit or Cake
Also available daily: Filled Jacket Potato, Homemade Soup, Freshly Baked Bread, Selection of Vegetables/Salad


JUNIOR

Dates for your Diary
Monday 10 January- 3S Swimming Starts
Wednesday 12 January – 4N Swimming Starts
Friday 28 January – Year 5 Winchester Science Museum Visit

After School Clubs
Teacher Led Clubs start next week 10th January. Detailed Clubs can be found on our website.

Year 6 Netball Club will start from Friday 21st – as there is a netball match at Northmead on Friday 14th.

Lunch Menu for week beginning Monday 10 January - Week1.


Surrey County Council Family Learning courses
Spaces are still available on Free Family Learning parenting courses starting this week and next. The courses are via Zoom and are a combination of day and evening, so hopefully something for everyone. Visit the website to enrol on Understanding Children’s Behaviour, Explore Behaviour Strategies or Helping Your Child Manage Anxiety courses. Family Learning for parents and carers - Surrey County Council (surreycc.gov.uk)

For parents and carers who speak English as an additional language they also have courses which start next week. Courses are specifically designed to help them support their children at school, whilst improving their own English skills. Parents and carers can enrol here. ontrack: prospect - Course List (surreycc.gov.uk)
 

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