Welcome to St Matthew’s Academy Family Learning blog

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In this blog,  you will find the following:-

Learning Resources for pupils and parents/carers

‘How to’ videos that have been created to help pupils 

News of Family Learning events

At St Matthew’s Academy we believe that parents/carers and families are by far the most important influences in a child’s life. Your support can play a vital role at all stages of education. It is proven that children do better when parents/carers and schools work together.

Parents/carers who take on a supportive role in their children’s learning make a difference in improving achievement and behaviour.

Our aim at St Matthew’s is to help parents/carers feel involved with their child’s education and learning, to feel welcomed as an active participant in the life of the school and to feel comfortable expressing their views on their child’s education.

For more online resources see the North Ayrshire Family Learning Team blog.

https://nacfamilylearning.weebly.com/st-matthews-cluster.html

 

 

stem4’s — Supporting the Mental Health of Boys and Young Men

‘Asking for help’ is an excellent booklet that covers the basic signs and symptoms of common mental health conditions, as well as helping young people know how to talk to their teachers, GPs, parents or friends about their mental health concerns.

https://stem4.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Tesco-Booklet-Web-Version-2.pdf?utm_campaign=100371_Webinar%20Attendees&utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter&dm_i=6U32,25G3,14JPKS,82IX,1

stem4’s — Supporting the Mental Health of Boys and Young Men

‘Starting the Conversation’ a booklet of practical tips on talking to boys and young men about mental health. It also contains information on the impact of trauma and steps to take to identify and manage self-harm. 

Click the link to access

https://i.emlfiles4.com/cmpdoc/6/2/9/8/1/3/files/1880_starting-the-conversation-booklet.pdf?utm_campaign=100371_Webinar%20Attendees&utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter&dm_i=6U32,25G3,14JPKS,839Y,1