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Here it is: Ant's last VLOG of the school year.  Have a great summer break everybody.  See you again soon.   ...

Welcome back to week 3 of our VLOG!  This week it's all about creativity:   ...

Our most recent newsletter has been sent to all our EFS champions and is now available to read below.  If you would like to receive our newsletter via email please contact us. Research Alice Wignall, Trainee Educational Psychologist, is asking EFS Champions whether the EFS programme has had an impact in their settings. This research is being conducted independently from the E ...

We know it can be challenging trying to educate your children at home, particularly if they have additional needs.  We've collated some advice and guidance for various additional needs to help support you.  Each document includes advice and links to further home learning support and opportunities. ASD friendly home learning EYFS Educational apps and online learning Home lear ...

There is a lot of information about coronavirus in the news. Children and young people will be aware of coronavirus and may be worried about how it will affect their lives. They will look to the adults in their lives for reassurance. It is important that parent/carers and other important adults in their lives remain calm, or children and young people's anxiety may rise. Childre ...

On Tuesday 21 May we held our 5th annual Emotionally Friendly Settings conference on the theme of ‘Emotionally Friendly Classrooms where children can thrive’. Over 120 delegates, comprising of school staff, educational psychologists, social workers and local authority staff among others, joined us at the Village Hotel in Bury. The day started with Dr Michael Wigelsworth of t ...

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