Warrington Youth Service in partnership with CAMHS are offering weekly, after-school drop in sessions at Orford Youth Base and Warrington Youth Café providing emotional and mental health support to children aged 17 and under.
CAMHS workers will be available to meet young people either alone or with another person if preferred.
No referral needed—just come along.
Orford Youth Base
Warrington Youth Cafe
Please note that from Monday 2nd October the cost of a school meal for Key Stage 2 children increases to £2.30 per day.
Parents and children should be aware that Snapchat have introduced a new feature called the ‘Snap Map’. This location based map allows users to see where in the country their Snapchat contacts are, as well as seeing location based photos and videos. the Snap Map shows a user’s Bitmoji, their cartoon avatar within Snapchat, pinpointed on a world map. Users can then zoom into the map to see the exact location of their friends.
This feature has prompted safeguarding concerns for children – particularly if they have added people they do not actually know to their contacts.
We recommend that Snapchat users – particularly children – switch their settings to ‘Ghost Mode’ which means that only the user can see their own location.
Further information on the Snap Map and what the different settings are can be found in the document below:
The attached document is designed to help adults to understand how children and young people might react to frightening events and to give some ideas of what might help.
Further copies are available from www.traumaticstress.org.uk
Please note that the date for the May Day Bank Holiday in 2018 is Monday 7 May 2018 and NOT Monday 1 May 2018 as stated on our previously published term dates for 2017/18.
Amended sheets are available from the school office or on this website.