WELLBEING HUB - WEEKLY NEWSLETTER
Please click the 'Read More' link below for details of resources/events coming up on the Wellbeing Hub this week ...
TALKING TO CHILDREN ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH: LIVE WORKSHOP
Thursday 9th February: 12pm-1pm or, 4pm-5pm
In light of Children’s Mental Health Week, mental health platform The Lily-Jo Project will be hosting a free online workshop for parents and teachers. The workshop is designed to help you understand the unique mental health challenges facing children, teenagers, and students today. It follows the release of Lily-Jo’s book Talking To Children About Mental Health, and it was written for parents, grandparents, teachers, youth workers and anyone in a position of care or interested in the future of mental health.
To sign up, simply fill out this form to receive your link to join.
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT BLOG
Our blog is updated regularly and includes a huge range of exciting activities.
Please check the blog regularly to find out more!
We are inviting you to become a member of The Wellbeing Hub, an online platform designed to help you support your child's wellbeing and mental health. Please follow the link below to sign up for a parent/carer account
Click the 'Read More' button to read a letter about the Wellbeing Hub.
CARER FRIENDLY SCHOOL AWARD
We are pleased to inform you that we have successfully been awarded a ‘Carer Friendly School Accreditation’ from Newcastle Carers. This award demonstrates to partners and pupils that our school is dedicated to supporting carers in Newcastle.
PARENTS' EVENINGS 2022-23
Past Dates for this academic year:
2 November 2022, 4.00pm - 6.30, YEAR 13 (IN PERSON)
23 November 2022, 4.00pm - 6.30pm, YEAR 11 (IN PERSON)
Future Dates for this Academic Year:
1 March 2023, 4.00pm - 6.30pm, YEAR 8 (ONLINE)
22 March 2023, 4.00pm - 6.30pm, YEAR 12 (ONLINE)
26 April 2023, 4.00pm - 6.30pm, YEAR 7 (IN PERSON)
17 May 2023, 4.00pm - 6.30pm, YEAR 10 (IN PERSON)
28 June 2023, 4.00pm - 6.30pm, YEAR 9 (ONLINE)
SHINE - SCIENCE CURRICULUM
Sacred Heart is leading an innovative new project that is seeking to sharpen the science skills of hundreds of schoolchildren in Newcastle and Northumberland.
Thanks to a grant of £90,000 from SHINE, and through a partnership with regional schools’ network Schools North East, a Science curriculum is being developed alongside six of our primary feeder schools that is designed to give primary pupils the skills they need to succeed in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics when they move to secondary school.
CATCH UP VIDEOS
For information about our catch-up videos, which are part of our 'recovery curriculum' please click the button above.
SCHOOL PING | COMMUNICATION FROM SCHOOL
All communication will now be sent via SchoolPing, therefore it is essential that you are able to receive these important messages.
Two documents are linked below to help you set up SchoolPing, and if you have any queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org