In the lead up to NHS Change Day happening on March 11th, the child health charity Best Beginnings are inviting parents and professionals who work in the early years to download and use their free Baby Buddy app (see http://www.bestbeginnings.org.uk/babybuddy) which is endorsed by many organisations including the Department of Health.
Best Beginnings has created Baby Buddy to empower mothers to improve their health choices and well-being and help them maximise their baby’s potential. As well as increasing knowledge and confidence and enhancing bonding and attachment, Baby Buddy reinforces the importance of accessing local services.
To find out more about Best Beginnings’ NHS Change Day action including how to download the app, how to order free Baby Buddy leaflets and posters and how to get your local services featured free within the app go to:
It is World Book Day this Thursday (see http://worldbookday.com).
During the day the children will take part in some in-class book related activities. They will also receive a free book token.
If they wish, children can come to school dressed as a character from a book they have enjoyed. This is optional and no donation/payment is required. Regular school uniform should be worn if children do not wish to dress as a book character.
Our spring term parents’ evenings will be taking place on:
Wednesday 18th March 2015 appointments from 3.30pm – 5.30pm
Thursday 19th March 2015 appointments from 4.00pm – 7.00pm
The booking forms/letters will be going home this week.
Our governors will also be present and would like to invite you to join them for a cup of tea or coffee in our reception area.
As it is science week this week we thought we would ask the question:
What is science?
It would be good to hear your thoughts over the week. You might change your mind as you learn more over the week. Let us know!
One of our Teaching Assistants, Claudia, has a nephew, Billy, who was diagnosed with bone cancer five days before his 20th birthday. He has recently had to undergo surgery to amputate his leg and hip. In order for Billy to be able to walk again his family have to raise money for a prosthetic limb as the NHS are not able to fund this.
So Billy and his family are looking to raise £70,000 for the new limb.
The details of Billy’s campaign can be found here.
All donations would be appreciated very much.