Please notify the school office every day your child is absent from school before 9 am so we can adjust dinner figures and complete the registers. Please either ring the school office and leave a voicemail or email email@example.com. Thank you
Well done to all children who took part in the engineering competition on Science day! The task was to build a robust tower out of different everyday materials. It was great to see such enthusiasm and teamwork from everyone. For more photos click here.
Salesian students came to see our Year 6 pupils to show them what they have been making in Engineering Club – we had an excellent time listening and learning about the design process. For more photos click here.
On Wednesday 22nd June, the Year 4 Prayer Council took part in the Good Shepherd celebration at Worth Abbey. This is a wonderful celebration where all the schools in the diocese come together to pray ad worship with Bishop Richard. The Lent charity collections from all the schools w...
On Tuesday 21st June, Year 5 had the exciting opportunity to see the Life of Christ performed at Wintershall in Bramley. They were enthralled by seeing the scripture come to life with real animals and even a real baby Jesus! This experience will help to extend their learning in RE a...
A huge thank you for all the donations for the hamper raffle, once again we have been overwhelmed by your generosity and support.
Please look out for the raffle tickets which will be sent home shortly via your eldest child. In addition to the hampers there are some excellent prizes. Thank you to the Yr2 Reps for organising this endeavour.
The raffle will be drawn after the sports day races. There will also be some games stalls, a visit from Punch and Judy, cold drinks and ice lollies. Please do stay and join us, it would be lovely to see you.
Thank you to Yr4 for hosting today's cake sale and to everyone who supported it. There will be one more on 1st July, hosted by Yr6.
We are working with the ‘Effingham Learning Partnership’ to host an event on the 28th March. The event is free to attend and we have 300 tickets total.
The event is entitled ‘Wellbeing Forum for Parents’ with a focus on ‘Managing Children’s anxiety & promoting online safety’. We have two amazing speakers for the evening and will start with refreshments at 6:30pm for a 7pm start. We have 180 tickets still available. You can book here. If we get a lot of interest then we will run the event a second time.
Parent Wellbeing Service
For more information on the Parent Wellbeing Service, please click here.
Parent Wellbeing Service, Barnardo's Referral Form
This form here is to be used by anyone referring a parent/carer to the Barnardo’s Parent Wellbeing Service outside of the CAMHS SPA referral pathway.
Healthy weight for children
Do you need help to achieve a healthy weight for your child? Please click here for more information.
Invite to ASD parent support group 2022
Support group for parents whose child is awaiting ASD assessment or just had a diagnosis. For more information and future dates please click the flyer here.
Sibling rivalry, healthy gaming habits, dealing with meltdowns and anxiety
Parents may find this useful. It has a very comprehensive range of information including sibling rivalry, healthy gaming habits, dealing with meltdowns and anxiety. Please click here
Wellbeing resources recommended by Dr Alison D'Amario, Educational Psychologist for the Xavier trust can be found here
'Supporting your Child's Wellbeing' Workshop - Please find presentation here from the workshop.
eSafety and Safeguarding
Reminder: Keeping children safe online and in the real world
At Cardinal Newman School we are always reminding the children how they can keep themselves safe whether in the real world or in the virtual world. Class teachers regularly use the Zones of Regulation to assess how the children in their classes are feeling. Children are encouraged to share their worries using the ‘What I want my teacher to know boxes’ which are in each Key Stage 2 classrooms and the Worry Monsters which can be found in the Keys Stage 1 Classrooms.
Information to support parents can be found on the school website here.
Please continue to report any safeguarding concerns to Mr Flower (Designated Safeguarding Lead) or Mrs Burnham (Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead).