Weekend Wellbeing

We are back this week with our Friday Five but it seems our inbox has been flooded with new content! Here are the best of the best!

This Weekend: Learn Something New

STAART is now a validated learning provider Children’s University a national charity that encourages and rewards children’s participation in learning activities beyond the classroom. If you are aware of any children (up to 14) who are taking part in any of the Children’s Universities, this activity equates to an hour of creativity and awarded with a stamp.

Next weekend: Aspens have made us aware of their virtual weekend of activities and workshops that they are organising on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th July themed around transition tailored to parents, carers, siblings, children and young people with ASC, mental health difficulties and/or SEN.

This Weekend: Be Active

This Weekend: Give Back

We have been sent a couple of surveys which are for gathering the public voice. Why not give back and take a couple of moments to share your thoughts with them so we can help shape national policy.

https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/SENDParentkind/ For parent/carer of a child with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

For parent/carer of a school-aged child in England, Wales or Northern Ireland not with SEND https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/Parentkind/

https://bit.ly/2ZVl6ED This survey is specifically for young people up to the age of 25 who live in the UK, including those with mental health needs. We will use your answers to make recommendations to the Government, and also to support other young people and parents.

Next Weekend: Connect with others

Next weekend Positively Empowered Kids are running a whole day of entertainment and activity for free! Find out more here

This Weekend: Care for the world

Show Racism the Red Card have a whole load of free resources for anyone wanting to have conversations about race with their family.

Finally Dee has been creating on Mecabricks.com again and this is her Lego Stay Safe Video! If you have a Lego obsessed child maybe this is something that you can watch (or even make) together to help with their understanding.

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