Congratulations to the following pupils: Ariana Necula, Milly Holmes, Katie Weir, Ellen Mwamba, Chase Dymond, Megan Johnson, Kelsie Nesbit, Evie Watson, Lucy Hamilton, Kori Kane, Rokas Matuzas, Kiera Richards, Kelsie Williams, Jamie-Lynn Stevenson, Aiman Khan, Andrea Ilie, Bekki McCahon, who have all been selected for the Braidhurst School of Netball. Pupils are timetabled for two double periods of netball practice in the P.E department and will soon be competing in their first games. Well done to the successful candidates.
The pupil support team have put together a wealth of information and resources to help both pupils and parents in the current situation. Please click below to view
Being nurtured means that we feel cared for and important, and that our environment provides us opportunities and room to grow and develop. While routine and structure are always helpful, flexibility, creativity and tolerance are even more important right now, given our current circumstances.
Lots more information can be found on the NLC website: advice for parents
Support regarding children and young people (COVID-19)
Just to remind you that the Educational Psychology helpline is up and running
Who is it for?
- School staff/other professionals, parents/carers and young people
What will it provide?
- Advice/phone consultation support to help manage the stresses that can felt by children and young people at this difficult time.
How to get in contact:
- Phone: 01236 812 380
- 10am – 3pm Monday to Friday
- (Please leave a message and we will return your call)
During these challenging times please access support from the agencies below to support your mental health and wellbeing.
You can also contact Linda McGurk, Home School Partnership Officer on Tel 01698 274999 or email email@example.com and Linda can signpost you to appropriate agencies.
See Me: www.seemescotland.org
“See Me” is Scotland’s national campaign to end the stigma and discrimination of mental ill-health.
Advice for young people about what to do when they have problems that are worrying them.
Helpline for young people to discuss any problems or concerns.
Self Harm UK: www.selfharm.org.uk
Provides self harm recovery, advice and support for young people.
Chris’s House: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel 01698 373570 or Tel 01236 766755
Centre for help, response and intervention surrounding suicide.
You Are My Sunshine (YAMS): www.yams.org.uk
Support and advice for people affected by mental health illness
Useful Contact Numbers
- Samaritans 116123 (24 hour service)
- Breathing Space 0800 838 587 (call between 6pm-2am)
- Childline free 0800 1111
- Parent /carers can access support from SAMH’s Well Informed free service on 0800 073 0918
Dear Parents /Carers
Following advice from the Scottish Government to close educational establishment today, we fully recognise that from today children and young people may be at home for a long period of time and we have produced a suite of materials to support their learning – further information about materials will be sent to you in due course.
Understandably, this is an unsettling time for children, young people and their carers and many people will be feeling anxious about the current situation and the impact that it may have on the health and wellbeing of family, friends and colleagues.
For this reason we have also included information to help you reassure your child. Many of these resources have been developed in collaboration with South Lanarkshire Council. The attached document provides some advice and guidance.
We will continue to up-date this resource and ensure that it is widely available online. You will be notified of these updates next week.
Thank you for your on-going support during these challenging times.
Please click to view/ download: Supporting Children Interactive