Stanford Primary School

Stanford Primary School

Pupils, Parents and Staff Raising Standards Together

 

 What is Chill & Chat?

Join us every Wednesday morning for an informal and informative chat over a cup of tea with other parents.  Each term, the parents choose the topics that they would like covered.  This can be anything from festivals, craft, cooking or educational information.  Parents say that that it is fun, friendly and that importantly it gives them time for themselves in a busy week.  Younger children are welcome to attend with parents.

 I am the school's Pastoral Support Lead which means that I can help with a variety of issues including parenting, behaviour management and adult education courses.  I can also direct you to support with housing, food vouchers and can refer to other agencies.

You will find us in the Nurture hut from 8.50am until 11.30am every week.  Check here for details of up and coming weekly themes.  

Everyone is welcome! 

Claire Campbell                                    

 

This week at Chill and Chat: 

On November 15th we will be looking at reluctant readers.  I have lots of ideas and tips to try as well the Book Trust recommended books for 0-10's, an activity list and a fun reading handout.  I will also have some examples of different types of books to try with your children.  everyone is a reader, it's just finding the right book!

Chill & Chat programme November/December-click link to access the full programme for this half term

 

Free Book Swap 

The book swap box is a new feature in the Nurture Hut and will be available to use every Wednesday.  This is a great way to replenish your bookshelves as the children grow older or as you get tired of the same old stories.  

  Links from Speak Out stay safe sessions:

Pantosaurus song - please click link

'The Underwear Rule'- Please click link

Net Aware- Check the safety of online games and apps

Keeping Children Safe Online- please click link

You Tube Kids- family friendly You Tube app

 

 

 

Family Support at Stanford- click this link to find out more.