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8th June 2021

Diabetes UK - Good Diabetes Care in School Award

We are very pleased to inform you that All Saints Benhilton CoE Primary School has been nominated for the Diabetes UK Good Diabetes Care in School Award. The award celebrates and showcases schools that deliver good care and support to children and teenagers with type 1 diabetes. 

As part of the nomination, Diabetes UK is inviting parents and carers of pupils with type 1 diabetes to complete a brief online parent survey at http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/schoolnomination 

Please follow the link to the survey if you would like to show your support or to oppose this nomination. The survey should take no more than two minutes to complete. You can answer this survey anonymously if you want to. The link will ask you for our unique ID number, which is: GCIS000115.

Please be advised that you have until two weeks from this message going out to respond to this parent survey. Responses to this parent survey will be used by Diabetes UK to assess our school’s nomination for the award. You can find out more about the Good Diabetes Care in School Award at http://www.diabetes.org.uk/school-award 

29th May 2021

Transfer to Secondary School September 2022

For children born between 1 September 2010 and 31 August 2011.

For our current Year 5s, this newsletter gives you information on key dates, what you need to do to prepare, and some of the events coming up:

https://bit.ly/3fuqG9Z

All parents and carers who wish their child to attend a Secondary school must make an application through their home Local Authority by 31st October 2021. Applications can be made online from 1st September 2021, and further information about how to do this will be sent to you at the start of Michaelmas term.

National offer day is 1st March 2022, which is when you will be notified of the outcome of your application.

8th May 2021

Mental Health Week 2021

10th-16th May is Mental Health Week. The past year has been a difficult one for all of us and it is now perhaps more vital than ever that we take steps to look after our mental health. 

 

With this in mind, we have included 14 outdoor activities that have been suggested to help improve mental health and wellbeing that you may wish to partake in with your families. These can be found by pasting the following link into your browser and click on resources:

https://mentallyhealthyschools.org.uk/resources/outdoor-health-and-wellbeing-activities-games

Now that more of us are venturing outside and with the (hopefully) improving May weather it will be an opportunity to reconnect with nature.

 

Proverbs 3:5-6: Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.

16th March 2021

ASBSA Easter Egg Hunt 30th March 2021

ASBSA

Easter Egg Hunt

Sign up for your child/ren to take part in a fun hunt around the school for clues and questions.

When they complete the task they will receive an Easter egg.

 Venue: At school (in year bubbles)

Date: Tues 30th March*

(During School Hours)

£2.50 per entry

 Sign up at: ASBSA Easter Egg Hunt Sign up

by 11pm Mon 23rd March

*Please print your ticket to bring on the day of the event.

15th March 2021

Red Nose Day

As we are in a National Lockdown at the moment, we are unable to support Red Nose Day in the usual way however we would still like to be involved in a small way.

Red Nose Day is a fundraising event run by the UK charity Comic Relief which is aiming to free the world from poverty. They raise money to transform lives in the UK and around the world. We are taking part because our children will gain understanding and empathy for others in the world plus we have a great opportunity to really make a difference to people’s lives.

To find out more about Red Nose Day and how the money raised is used, visit their website at: https://www.comicrelief.com/rednoseday/

School has been very busy since we have all returned to school this week, therefore this year we plan to help this wonderful charity in a simple way. We are asking for all children and adults in our school to wear something red to school on Friday 19th of March. For example, you could wear a red t-shirt, red top or a red jumper with your school bottoms and normal school shoes.

This year to make it easier (and safer), if you would like to support Red Nose Day you can do so by donating directly to Comic Relief via the following link https://www.comicrelief.com/rednoseday and click ‘donate’.

We really hope that the enjoy dressing in red at school to support this fantastic charity and know that Comic Relief will appreciate your support raising money for Red Nose Day.

Thank you for your continued support.

Walk in wisdom toward outsiders, making the best use of the time.

Colossians 4:5