Webinar – Supporting your Teen on their Career Journey

Below are details of a webinar aimed at parents and carers of young adults primarily in Years 10-13. The aim of the webinar is to offer help and advice to parents who are having careers conversations with their teens at home. It will offer suggestions on questions to ask, explain why it is important and […]

Coping with Covid FREE webinar

Webinar: Coping with Covid: Supporting People with Learning Disabilities and/or Autism Date: Thursday 4th March Time: 3:00-4:00pm Cost: FREE Duration: 45 minutes Coronavirus is still making a lot of people ill. It is important that we follow the rules to stop the virus spreading. It can be harder to follow the rules when you are […]

World Book Day – Thursday 4 March 2021

Dear Parent/Carer, Tomorrow (Thursday 4 March) is World Book Day. Circumstances presented by the Covid19 pandemic mean that this year, we can’t do everything we would do in other years but we do want to mark the day in some way. We are excited therefore to offer a range of story readings on Zoom throughout [...]

DfE Open Letter re: lifting of restrictions from Mon 8 March

The Department for Education have published an open letter from the Secretary of State for Education to parents about the decision to lift restrictions on education from Monday 8 March. This letter also provides information on the asymptomatic testing programme and safety measures. Alongside this, they have updated guidance on what parents and carers need […]

Free Webinars for parents/carers

Below are some free webinars from SENDiass 4 BCP that parents/carers may be interested in: SENDiass 4 BCP introduction slide: https://youtu.be/FJlyo4RYnZA Preparing for Adulthood: https://youtu.be/pnkxPp-WJdY Direct Payments and Personal Budgets: https://youtu.be/xfz0RujZD0I   Iriwin Mitchell are also holding a series of free bitesize webinars you can book: https://events.irwinmitchell.com/bitesizewebinars Linwood School places all adverts/information in good faith. […]

Get help with technology programme

The DfE and leading mobile network providers are helping schools support disadvantaged children through the “Get Help with Technology” programme. The help is available to pupils in years 3 to 11 who rely on a mobile internet connection when their face-to-face education is disrupted due to Covid-19. To meet this offer you must meet the […]

Children’s Mental Health Week

Children’s Mental Health Week is coming up on 1st February, and the theme this year is ‘Express Yourself’. By talking openly about mental health from a young age, children can learn to better understand their emotions, break down stigma, and feel safe enough to reach out for help when it’s needed. Talking about mental health […]

Exploitation alert – Cunch-Lines Chronicles app

The school has been made aware by the National Police Chiefs’ Council of the dangers posed by an app called Cunch-Line Chronicles. Cunch-Line Chronicles is a simple 2-dimensional game which promises users a realistic depiction of ‘London gang life’. The game draws on themes such as UK gang culture, drug running, police chases, and trap […]

Preparation for Adulthood 1:1 Sessions

Are you a young person with SEND or are you a parent/carer of a young person with SEND, who is preparing to move into adulthood? Do you need information about the following? Moving into adult services in education, health or care Finding or taking part in community activities Finding courses, study programmes, work experiences Finding […]

Christmas Prize Draw Winners

Thank you to all who contributed to our Christmas Prize Draw this year. We really appreciate your support. Here is the list of winners: All winners will be contacted by the school on how to collect their prize. Have a safe and happy Christmas everyone! ????  

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