Squid Game (Netflix)
There has been a lot of media reports this week about Netflix’s Squid Game. This is currently the most watched show in 90 countries and nearly all episodes of the ’15’ rated show contain violent and gruesome scenes. The Safeguarding Partnership has received some important information around the potential risks posed to children and young people from this show and some top tips to keeping children and young people safe.
Please find below information regarding Summer Clubs and Step 4 of the Roadmap.
We would greatly appreciate it if you would complete this short ‘Improving parental engagement in maths’ questionnaire. If you have more than one child attending one or more of the schools in the trust, then could you complete the questionnaire for each child please as your answers may be different for each year group/school. Could you complete the questionnaire by Friday, 23/7 please. Many thanks
From Wednesday 4 August, children’s A&E services at South Tyneside District Hospital will change to South Tyneside Urgent Care for Children.
This is a new nurse-led service open from 8am-10pm, 7 days a week.
The expert children’s nursing team at South Tyneside District Hospital will continue treat children from birth up to 16 years for a range of injuries and illnesses which are urgent but not life threatening.
- Broken bones
- Children who have breathing problems such as asthma
- Common childhood infections in the chest, ears or throat
- Children who are being sick or have diarrhoea
- Cuts and open wounds that need closing
- Minor burns
- Minor bumps or head injuries
- Sprained ankles or strained muscles.
If you are worried about your child you should call NHS111 for urgent medical advice. In a life threatening emergency call 999.
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Detective Sergeant Drummond is part of the Northumbria Police Prevent Team and he has asked if we can share the following information to parents and guardians as we approach the long summer break.
Please have a look at the enclosed digital leaflet designed specifically for parents, guardians, family and friends. Prevent Parents-Guardians Leaflet.
The Northumbria Prevent Team are using it to encourage the public to access information about Prevent via various pathways including ACT EARLY https://actearly.uk/ .
ACT EARLY is a website designed for the public, to inform and encourage them to make Prevent referrals if they have worries about their children, family or friends.
Northumbria Police are really keen to encourage parents, guardians etc. to learn about Prevent and to feel empowered to make referrals themselves.
The Anna Freud Centre has produced a transition to Secondary guidance for Y6 Parents/Carers. It provides tips on how to best support your child through the transition process and it also gives practical advice such as talking and connecting with the new school.