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19th April 2020 in Wellbeing, Whole School

TMS- We cannot believe this is our 5th week without seeing you all! We really do hope you are all keeping yourselves safe. 

Further to the Government announcement last night (Sunday), we have provided links to the educational resources which were spoken about. There are so many resources now out there, as well as the weekly suggestions from our class teachers. Remember – our message remains constant. You are your child’s primary educator and you make the decisions as to which resources to access, without feeling overwhelmed. You can always contact the class teachers  for any advice over this challenging time.

BBC BITESIZE – CLICK HERE

OAK NATIONAL ACADEMY

WHITEROSE MATHS HOMELEARNING

Mr Newsome and Mrs Ewart would like to highlight that it is WORLD Earth day on Wednesday, which we would be celebrating in school. If this interests you, have a look at this resource.

WORLD EARTH DAY 2020 – RESOURCES AT HOME

SINGING CLUB – ZOOM

email year2homelearning@threemilestone.cornwall.sch.uk for signing in details!

 

Support with domestic abuse at home

https://www.firstlight.org.uk/susie-programme/

Cornwall and Devon Sexual Assault referral centre –  https://sarchelp.co.uk/ 
NIA–  http://www.niaendingviolence.org.uk/
020 7683 1270 (they will find support services locally, so don’t worry about the London phone number)
Cornwall Refuge Trust – The  24 hour domestic abuse helpline – 01872 225629.
https://www.cornwallrefugetrust.co.uk/

If you are in danger, please call the Police on 999 immediately or 101 in a non-emergency.  If you ring 999 but can’t talk, make sure the Police know you are there by coughing or tapping the handset, or by dialling 55.

Supporting children’s mental health

Guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-guidance-on-supporting-children-and-young-peoples-mental-health-and-wellbeing

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