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SPS Parent Champions Virtual Coffee Breaks

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 15 March 2022

Join the SEND Partnership Service Parent Champions for information about what support is available from our team and other local services that may be relevant to you. Meet us on Zoom (no account required, just contact us to request a place, copy the link we’ll send you into a web browser to join, please join at the beginning to get the most out of the session) Thursday 24th March, 9.

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Youth Connect South West: Expansion of Youth Club offer

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 08 March 2022

Youth Connect South West are now offering more youth club sessions in Foxhill, Bath; Midsomer Norton; Southside, Bath; Radstock and Westfield. Take a look at their offer to see if any would be of interest for you. https://www.youthconnectsouthwest.org.uk/youth-clubs

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Supporting your Teenager with Exams and Assessments

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 16 February 2022

Practical strategies for parents/carers to help young people manage stress and anxiety around exams and assessments. The event is being organised by B&NES Council Public Health & Prevention Team and will be delivered by Julie Turner and Debs Spens from the Charlie Waller Trust.

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Children's Mental Health Week

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 10 February 2022

This week is Children’s Mental Health Week (7-13 February 2022). This year's theme is Growing Together. Place 2Be are encouraging children (and adults) to consider how they have grown and how they can help others to grow.   There are free resources to help you take part in the week.

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Parent Carer Wellbeing Study

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 08 February 2022

The Parent Carer Wellbeing Study is a national survey of parent carers in England and the findings will be used to develop better support for carers in crisis. Led by the University of Exeter, the survey has been co-designed by carers and there’s no limit on the type of illness or disability the child can have.

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