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Welcome to the Pastoral Support Page

 

Watch this space for information about the variety of pastoral support  for children and families available in school!

 

Meanwhile, if you have any queries or just want to talk things over with someone, please contact one of the pastoral team; Mrs Walpole, our SENCO; Miss B who supports children throughout the school, runs The Hive ( supported learning and lunchtime provision) and is a really good sounding board; and Mrs Darton, who is available to speak with and offer support to children and parents on anything and everything.

 

Coming soon...

Information on  Bouncing Back, Restorative Practice, What do our ELSA's do?, Bacon Butties for Parents, information on courses for parents, The Hive, Lunch Club and other in-school support.

 

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Tricky Mornings 

 

I recently found this on a Canadian parenting website and it seemed pretty sound to me - so I thought I'd share it with you.  The website is www.todaysparent.com. Just search school mornings. They also have some pretty good stuff on raising self esteem. Hope it helps! 

 

 

Pastoral Support at Carr Junior School Booklet

Uncertain about how much sleep your child needs?

Struggling with bedtimes?
Concerned about your child's behaviour in or out of school (or both)?

There is a panorama programme on BBC iplayer looking at children's sleep that is well worth a look


- and Mrs Darton is always around to support as well!

 

Children's mental health

 

Children's mental health is very much a concern these days. the following article has some useful tips and information for parents of girls who are keen to promote good mental health. It's well worth a read. Gillian Darton,  Pastoral Support

 

 https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/oct/08/how-do-we-protect-our-daughters-mental-wellbeing?CMP=share_btn_link

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