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Northumberland – Kooth and Qwell April Newsletter – Local Service

Welcome to Kooth and Qwell’s April newsletter for local services. We hope you’re keeping well! Last year the NSPCC reported a 10% increase in young people receiving counselling support for exam stress.  And our own data shows that almost 20% of young people visiting Kooth seek help about school/ college issues or exam stress. […]

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Funding e-Bulletin – 5 April 2024

Please find attached the regular monthly funding ebulletin from the Regeneration Investment Team covering the latest external funding opportunities. You may forward this to colleagues who you think may be interested in future announcements, they can then use the ‘QR Code or link to subscribe to the Regeneration Programmes Investment Funding e-Bulletin’

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Secure your grant to improve your school or college’s approach to mental health and wellbeing in 2024

Grants of £1,200 are still available to access continuing professional development (CPD) for your school or college’s mental health lead. If you haven’t already done so, claim your grant this term and join the 15,000 schools and colleges that have already accessed a DfE quality assured senior mental health lead course. The

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Kooth is still here in Northumberland over the Easter Break

With the Easter break fast approaching, at Kooth Digital Health we appreciate there will be some young people who may struggle during the holidays without the access to the daily pastoral support, trusted adults, and friends that the school community provides. I have included two links below to help share

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New PE guidance for schools strengthens equal access to sport

From the DfE, “the guidance will support schools to offer equal sporting opportunities for girls and boys, alongside a minimum of 2 hours of PE per week, helping to build a brighter future for our children. Drawing on exemplary case studies from across the country, the new guidance provides inspiration

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The Jerusalem Trust’s Small Grants to Schools Scheme (RE)

The Jerusalem Trust’s Small Grants to Schools Scheme supports the teaching of Christianity within Religious Education. The scheme operates by providing schools with grants of up to £600 to purchase resources for use in RE lessons. The scheme is open to state funded schools in England and Wales. For further

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Relationships Still Matter Conference – 24.04.24

For SMHLs, DTs, DSLs, SENDCos and Headteachers.  At our Relationships Matter conference last year schools all over Northumberland were inspired to begin or further develop their relational approaches and trauma-informed practices.  This year we are even more excited to be joined by Paul Dix, author of “When The Adults Change”

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News alert: Local School Nature Grants Programme Accepting Applications for First 2024 Funding Round

Learning Through Landscapes is offering outdoor learning training sessions and nature equipment for nurseries, schools, and other early learning providers to promote outdoor learning for children. The Local School Nature Grants Scheme will provide a two-hour outdoor learning training session, along with an assortment of equipment up to the value

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Still time to get involved in the North East Festival of Languages

Get ready to immerse yourself in a world of languages, culture, and creativity!  This year’s festival is jam-packed with FREE events, activities and resources designed to ignite the curiosity of children and young minds in schools and communities, as well as offering resources for educators and activities for adults and

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Education Policy and Research Service – February’s Top 3 Downloads

To help you make the most of your Education Policy and Research Servicesubscription here are last month’s highlights, our subscribers’ topthree most popular downloads from February’s summaries. 1) EPRS 23/24 52: Selective Comprehensives 2024: The Social Compositionof Top Comprehensive Schools (The Sutton Trust) This is the latest in a series

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Regeneration Investment Team Funding e-Bulletin – 5 March 2024

Please find attached the regular monthly funding ebulletin from the Regeneration Investment Team covering the latest external funding opportunities. You may forward this to colleagues who you think may be interested in future announcements, they can then use the ‘QR Code or link to subscribe to the Regeneration Programmes Investment Funding e-Bulletin’

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