July 27, 2020

Pizza perfecto at The Birches

Young people and staff from The Birches Children’s Home recently rolled up their sleeves to experience first-hand how to make pizzas. The young people learnt how to flatten and shape the pizza base, spread tomato sauce, add cheese and their toppings of choice. As they eagerly waited for their pizzas to cook, they tidied up…

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Green fingers at Meadow View Children’s Home

The young people at Meadow View Children’s Home have been making plant pots to add colour and character to their garden. The budding gardeners have been researching ideas and drew up and painted their plant pots. Working together, they completed their new collection and proudly found the perfect spot in the garden of the home….

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July 23, 2020

Dream team reveal new outdoor space

Staff from Mere Fell Children’s Home recently transformed part of their garden area for young people at the home.   The area is now a welcoming, fun space where they can play, compete, and relax. The new additions to the area include a Hopscotch and a Snakes and Ladders game which have been well used…

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July 16, 2020

Teacher celebrates National Award

We are delighted to announce that Hall Cliffe School’s Teacher, Nicola Rawnsley has been awarded a certificate of excellence by the Pearson National Teaching Awards.   Established in 1998 by David, Lord Puttnam CBE, the awards recognises and celebrates excellence in education. Nicola was nominated by the school’s Deputy Head Teacher, Sarah Storer who commented: I am…

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July 10, 2020

Blog: 8 Strategies to Manage You and Your Child’s Anxiety During COVID-19

During these unprecedented times, it’s normal to feel anxious and it’s important to remember you are not alone.  Professor Amanda Kirby, Clinical Advisor for Witherslack Group and CEO of Do-IT Solutions shares ideas and strategies that will help you support and manage you and your child’s anxiety during these challenging times Being at home may…

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