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This week is Stockport SEND Week of Action

Click on this link to find out more on the Local Offer 

https://stockport.fsd.org.uk/kb5/stockport/fsd/site.page?id=XPd95wZF9fk

Click on the documents below to find out more.

May 2021 is National ‘Share a Story’ Month. The Learning Support Service are supporting this event and our teachers are going to be sharing stories with all the children they work with. 

By spending just 10 minutes a day reading and sharing stories with your children you can help them foster an enjoyment for reading for pleasure and make a crucial difference to their future.  

This year's theme is ‘Magic, Myths and Mayhem’. For inspiration, the Federation of Children’s Book Group’s (FCGB) has created a book list under each theme, which suggests titles for a wide group of readers. 

https://fcbg.org.uk/national-share-a-story-month/  

 

Celebrate the Power of Storytelling With National Share-a-Story Month http://www.fcbg.org.uk/national-share-a-story-month/

Check out the PDF below for all the information.

 

FE Choices Week - Virtual Careers Fair

Next week is World Autism Awareness Week: 29th March - 4th April

Click on the link to find out more. There's a whole section on how we can support awareness in schools.

https://www.autism.org.uk/get-involved/raise-money/world-autism-awareness-week

This week is Neurodiversity Celebration Week March 15th - 21st.

Go to the website below or click on the link to a PowerPoint to find out more.

Don't forget that it's Mother's Day this Sunday, 14th March. 

It's World Book Day this week. Check out the website to discover lots of great activities that you can get involved with.

https://www.worldbookday.com/2020/09/world-book-day-2021-announcements/

Read this and then click on the video link underneath - it's magic!

Stephen Fry talks about turning on the subtitles

Turning on the subtitles while children are watching television can double the chances of them becoming good at reading. Yes really. Wonderfully simple isn't? 10 seconds of effort for parents, a lifetime’s impact for their children. All backed up by decades of scientific research.

Why we should turn on the subtitles

Turning on the subtitles while children are watching television can double the chances of a child becoming good at reading. It's so brilliantly simple and can help children’s literacy so much that we want to shout it from the rooftops!
Find out more at www.turnonthesubtitles.org

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