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The Acorns Project offer a range of services to support families affected by domestic abuse in North Tyneside and Northumberland.
They have events for families over the summer and are hoping to put on family beach days potentially at Blyth and have organised two surf days at Blyth beach for children on the waiting list. Details can be found at www.acornsproject.org.uk and you can view their full leaflet here.
The Family Partnership Team (Tracy and Glynis) would like to thank all parents/carers who attended the Coffee Morning at Ashdale today.
Your Invitation! Briardale House
A BIG thankyou to Greggs who donated money to our school which allowed each child to make their own ‘Wellbeing Easter Pack’
This is what Class B6 made.
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- Information below about the ChatHealth Texting service for 11-19 year olds in Northumberland (see attachment).
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One in four children in the UK are not getting enough sleep, this has an impact on their behaviour and ability to learn, as well as their physical health.
The National Sleep helpline is run by trained sleep advisors who can talk to young people directly, or their parents.
The helpline is open 5 nights a week, Sunday to Thursday, 7-9pm and the number is freephone 03303 530 541.
You can read more here: https://thesleepcharity.org.uk/national-sleep-helpline/