During Mental Health Awareness Week , this year’s theme was ‘Body image – how we think and feel about our bodies’.
Further information and resources can be found on the following websites :
From 2020, schools will be required to teach Health Education as well as Relationships Education. In addition to these changes, the DfE have updated the requirements of Keeping Children Safe in Education and schools must now teach children about how to stay safe online.
To help you and your school navigate the changes and ensure that you are ready for statutory Relationship Education and Health Education, Life Education Nottinghamshire is holding a FREE INSET event, aimed at Senior Leadership and PSHE leads, on Thursday 28th February 2019.
Click here for full details of the event and how to book a place:
RSE Launch Evening (1.6 MiB)Relationships Education
Children’s Mental Health Week was held on 4th – 10th February 2019
with the aim of being Healthy: Inside and Out.
Place2Be is encouraging children, young people and adults to look after their bodies and their minds – and you can join in!
It doesn’t have to be difficult. Our bodies and minds are connected, so simple things that we do to improve our physical wellbeing can help our mental wellbeing too.
Interested in getting involved? Click on the link below and take a look at Place2Be’s free resources for ideas…
Safer Internet Day ~
Tuesday 5th February 2019
Safer Internet Day 2019 ~ Tuesday 5th February 2019 with the theme: “Together for a better internet”
For more information , just click on the link below …
For even more information to be safer on the internet visit the following website to become an Internet Legend !
Remember that Life Education Centre Nottinghamshire’s mobile classroom programmes and also in particular bCyberwise and SCARF [39 anti-bullying lesson plans, 30 on self-esteem, 30 on caring and many more on positive relationships and friendships] can help schools be safer places for children.
The theme for Anti-Bullying Week 2018 was: ‘Choose Respect’
There are some useful websites that schools, parents and children may want to look at together, to open up discussion about bullying. Here are a couple for example :
Improve family computer knowledge by attending an exciting 4-week course for mums, dads, grandparents, carers and children (years 3, 4, 5 and 6) to learn about coding. Children join their adult for the last part of the session each week. If you are interested in booking a course and for more information please contact Sue Archer and see the Family Coding flyer – Family Coding (1.3 MiB)
Most of you have met our expert Educators ~ Lisa and Guy.
Most of you have been shown and are using the wonderful online SCARF resource.
Now, building on the resources of the online SCARF programme, Lisa and Guy have delivered a successful pilot of the exciting new Relationships Education Programme to pupils at the Fairfield Primary Academy in Stapleford on Monday 12th March 2018.
The programme is delivered at a cost of £450 a day, £250 for half a day. The programme, with a session each for Years 4, 5 and 6 helps your school to meet SMSC development, safeguarding, and emotional wellbeing requirements.
To find out more about this programme and who to contact to book for your school, please see the attached flyer:Relationships Education Flyer (1.4 MiB)Relationships Education Flyer
Family Fortunes is an exciting new 10-hour family learning programme supported by the Money Advice Service and it is completely free to your school. It is designed to build financial capability and support children and parents to develop positive money habits.
Please see the attached flyer for more information.
Family Fortunes Flier for Schools (1.8 MiB)Family Learning Programme
Many thanks to the Vale of Belvoir Rotary Club which has annually provided financial support to Life Education Centre Nottinghamshire. On Thursday 15th February 2018 President Adrian presented a cheque to Bill Banner our Treasurer. For more details about the donation, please click on this link :
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