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Beat the Heat Poster

You can view the government "Beat the Heat" poster here

Bird box Live Feed

The live feed from our bird box has now ended as the birds have grown up and moved on. Thank you for watching! 

Pupil Leadership Team - New Bike Shed!

The pupil leadership team have created this video to showcase our new bike shed, please view the video below:

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Please find below information we like to share with our community, this page will be updated often.

School Nursing can be contacted through 'Parent Line' via 07507 329 114

Parents can continue to reach the school nursing 'Chat Health' service via texting the number above if they wish to. The team aim to respond within 24 hours, 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (except bank holidays). We advertise the service on the Health for Kids site and the School Nursing newsletter.

School Nursing Team:

Parents can call the School Nurses between 8.30am - 16.30pm, Monday to Friday to discuss any child health concerns they may have. 

Coventry Family Health and Lifestyle Team, Winston Avenue, Wood End, Coventry, CV2 1EA,              024 7518 9190

https://cid.coventry.gov.uk/kb5/coventry/directory/service.page?id=AJyljRfddYs&familychannel=6 

School Nursing Health Information Sessions for parents/carers

School Nursing are continuing to offer FREE virtual health information sessions via Eventbrite especially for parents/carers.

These will run throughout the academic year and will include sessions around managing toileting, behaviour, challenges in eating and sleep. Information about the sessions and how to book on can be found by clicking this link.

School Nursing Winter Newsletter

The School Nursing Winter Newsletter has been sent to parents and carers via Parent Mail. It details online information sessions for parents on a variety of subjects such as sleep, toileting, eating and behaviour. Feedback from parents is that the sessions are really helpful and pitched well to supporting children at home. Reception parents with any concerns about their child's hearing can book into one of the school nursing audiology (hearing) screening clinics listed on the newsletter. Identifying any hearing problems early is key to getting a child help early so that their learning is not affected.

Please click on this link to see the newsletter.

 

Early Help Support

Follow this link to find your nearest family hub: https://www.coventry.gov.uk/familyhubs

 

Warm Welcome Venues

This winter there are lots of places all over Coventry that are free to call in to throughout the day where you can find a warm welcome as well as access information, take part in activities, or connect with other support. Find a Warm Welcome Venue here.

 

Aspire Family Hub

Aspire Family Hub is Stivichall's main link, as our Early Help Assessment Co-ordinator is based there. This person supports and advises the school. This Family Hub is based at Gosford Park School, tel: 024 7697 8100

 

NSPCC

NSPCC is a childrens' charity which strives to prevent abuse, help rebuild children's lives and support families. Their website can be access with this link: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/

 

Eco Warriors - COP26

Please click on the video below to see an important message from our Eco Warriors about the COP26 meeting!

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New Parents Meeting - 28th June 2021

Please click on the video below to see the new parents meeting.

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Here to Help

Please click on the image below to download the poster. The Coventry FamilyHub Partnership is here to help. Early Help is a range of services working together to help children, young people (0 – 19) and their families. They can provide this support through the Family Hubs and within the local community.

Please see the useful contact details on the poster if you need to get in touch.