KS2 Wellbeing Survey

16th November 2020

Please read this letter explaining the wellbeing surevy. 


Dear Parent/Carer,

The Parent/Carer Wellbeing survey asks questions about you and your family’s wellbeing during and after, lockdown due to Coronavirus. The answers you give will help to provide a context for, and insight into, how our school might best support pupil wellbeing going forward.

 

To complete the survey please click on the following link:

Health and Wellbeing Service Parent/Carer Survey

 

Thank you for your support,

Beeston Primary School

EYFS and KS1 Wellbeing Survey

16th November 2020

Please read this letter explaining the survey


Dear Parent/Carer,

The Early Years and Key Stage 1 Wellbeing Survey asks questions about your child’s wellbeing during, and after, lockdown due to Coronavirus. The answers you give will help to provide a context for, and insight into, how our school might best support pupil wellbeing going forward.

 

To complete the survey please click on the following link:

Health and Wellbeing Service Early Years Wellbeing Survey

 

Thank you for your support,

Beeston Primary School

Online After Schools Club with Youth Sport Trust

16th November 2020

"Many children and young people across the UK will be missing out on their usual sport clubs. We’re here to help all young people feel part of a club that helps them develop skills and learn something new. The Youth Sport Trust’s After School Sport Club is about much more than physical fitness. It will help children develop physical literacy and confidence to try lots of new sports, helping all children find a sport for them.

The After School Sport Club will be led by Athlete Mentors from different backgrounds, abilities and sports. Every day at 5pm from 16 November until 18 December, children and young people can join in with the live broadcast for free on our YouTube channel. 

The different daily themes are below:

  • Adventure Monday – This might involve getting children to do floor, wall climbing and map reading all within their living room
  • Tuesday Play – Imaginative play utilising resources in the house to create games and activities to get active
  • Wild Wednesday – Some high tempo competitive activities involving personal challenges
  • Thinking Thursday – Introducing cognitive challenges for children through movement. Active noughts and crosses and introducing an element of competition – whether that be against themselves, the clock, their siblings or remotely with friends
  • Fun Friday – A chance for children to let loose and have some fun. Dancing and doing what makes them feel good. "

     

For further information (including disclaimer) please visit https://www.youthsporttrust.org/afterschoolsportclub