Guidance - New Zealand Terrorist Attack
Advice and support for parents, children and teachers affected by terrorism following the New Zealand terrorist attack
Published 18 October 2017
The recently re-launched Anti-Bullying Alliance’s All Together programme looks to be exciting and beneficial once again. Get your school involved with this FREE programme https://bit.ly/2yixkNh to help improve their safeguarding practices around bullying. These resources have been praised by participants over and again, [All Together] “Opened my mind and showed how we can address the issues we are struggling with”.
- Join the schools that have reduced bullying and improved pupil wellbeing. Sign up to All Together today! https://bit.ly/2yixkNh
- Want to evidence to Ofsted effective practice in safeguarding from bullying? Become an All Together school https://bit.ly/2yixkNh @ABAonline
- FREE All Together programme supports schools to reduce bullying of all children including those with SEND @ABAonline https://bit.ly/2yixkNh
- Does your school want support in tackling bullying and improving pupil wellbeing? Find out how the All Together programme from the Anti-Bullying Alliance can support you to become an All Together School or improve your All Together School status here https://bit.ly/2yixkNh @antibullyingalliance #stopbullying
LGBT History Month - Frida Kahlo
Stonewall has developed some resources for LGBT History Month on Frida Kahlo. They consist of a range of lesson plans and accompanying resources for use in both primary and special schools. Click here to view the resources.
1st International Women's Day Celebration 08.03.19 7pm At the Friendship Cafe, Gloucester
Dress : for yourself
International finger food included
There will be a variety of workshops, competition winners and survey prize draw
Book your tickets now, try something new, celebrate, and enjoy a fun evening
The Coffee Shop will be open
GirlTalk: an emotional and Wellbeing programme for young women
The aim of GirlTalk is to deliver key messages and help develop skills around emotional resilience, mental health and wellbeing for young women which can impact positively on educational achievement, positive health and lifestyle choices and improved health and quality of life.
For more information about this FREE programme that will be delivered in Gloucestershire High Schools and to schedule your school's FREE sessions please see link below:
Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning
Welcome to Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning. This is an umbrella organisation for Gloucestershire Healthy Schools and Gloucestershire Healthy FE (Further Education).
GHLL was launched in July 2012 for schools and colleges across Gloucestershire, supported by Leading Teachers.
Funding is through Public Health and by Gloucestershire County Council. Schools and colleges are offered this supported intervention at no cost.
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