We welcome Saviour Pirotta to our school today.

Off to London!

Our school councillors are off to London, follow the link to view photographs so far.


ADHD Foundation Parent Training

Full day training will be held on:

26th June Blessed Sacrament Primary School, focus – ASD

27th June Everton Children’s Centre/Nursery, focus Behaviour – ADHD/ASD

16th July Whitefield Primary School, focus – ASD


All of our parents are welcome to attend.

Young people, social media and mental health

Barnardo’s has published a report looking at what children, young people and practitioners say about the impact of social media on mental health and wellbeing and the social media experiences of vulnerable children in the UK. Findings from 80 Barnardo’s practitioners include: 79% said that 11-15 year olds that they work with have found cyberbullying impacted their mental health and wellbeing. Case studies and focus groups with children and young people found that those with additional life challenges are more susceptible to the negative impacts of social media as they are more likely to experience isolation from friends and family.

Source: Barnardo’s  Date: 13 June 2019

Further information: Left to their own devices: young people, social media and mental health (PDF)


ADHD Support for Parents/Carers Friday 12th July 2.30pm

ADHD Foundation Support for Parents and Carers

On Friday 12th July from 2.30pm there will be in an informal gathering for parents who have a child with an ADHD /ASD diagnosis or for those who are on the Neuro-Developmental Pathway. Drop in and have a drink and a chat!

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