Tiny Happy People Mental Health
Mental Health Awareness Week from 9 – 15 May 2022 has a theme of Loneliness.
The mental health of both parents/carers and their child is closely linked, therefore nurturing positive parental mental health and wellbeing is key for helping children stay happy and maintaining their development.
Follow the link for access to a range of resources to boost child and parental wellbeing e.g., activities, videos and evidence informed information.
For more information go to: https://www.bbc.co.uk/tiny-happy-people?dm_i=3YNL,1FO8N,5T67JG,58Y7Z,1
If you have ever been concerned about your child/young person’s speech, communication, or accessed any Oldham services then it’s important you answer this survey. Your feedback will help to improve services in Oldham.
I hope that you find our web pages both enjoyable and informative. Our website offers prospective parents a glimpse of our school, while current parents will hopefully gain further insight into the many opportunities that their children are receiving whilst checking forthcoming dates.
Broadfield Primary School is a one and a half form entry school, taking 45 pupils in each year group with the exception of nursery, which has an intake of 52. At our school our central focus is a commitment to ensuring that all our pupils achieve their full potential and become lifelong learners. Our enthusiastic and dedicated staff provide a well planned and challenging education of a high standard. We celebrate diversity and teach children to recognise and respect people’s differences as well as similarities.
Parents are always welcome in school and the contribution they make to school is valued. Education is a partnership between home and school and we place a great deal of emphasis on our partnership with parents. We believe that children learn best when home and school work together for their benefit.
I hope you enjoy your browse. Please contact school if you have anything you would like to discuss.
Ms PA Stennett