Advice & Information
'Education Begins at Home' campaign - The Welsh Assembly Government's campaign to provide information to parents on how to support their child's learning at home. Helping with homework, attending parents evenings and asking how they get on in school can all help with their school enjoyment. There is a Facebook page(www.facebook.com/beginsathome) and twitter account (https://twitter.com/edubeginsathome) for parents and carers with tips and links to websites which can help them support their children’s learning.
Gwasanaeth Gwybodaeth i Deuluoedd – Family Information Service
Ffon/Tel: 01248 352436
Symudol/Mobile: 07976 623816
Twitter: @Gwynedd Ni
- The Family Lives website (http://www.familylives.org.uk/advice/teenagers/) has video clips, leaflets to download, and other advice and information online to support parents and carers of teenagers.
- Young Minds provides information and advice on the emotional well-being and health of children and young people. They also run a parents’/carers’ helpline which offers free confidential telephone support, including information and advice to any adult worried about the emotional problems, behaviour or mental health of a child or young person up to the age of 25.
Call free on 0808 802 5544 (Monday to Friday 9.30am–4pm)
or e-mail: email@example.com (the query will be responded to within three working days).
• Cwrs Rheoli Pryder, Caergybi
Dydd Llun, 4yh-5yh, cychwyn Medi 30ain 2019, am 7 wythnos
Mae ein cwrs 7 wythnos (1 awr yr wythnos) Cwrs Rheoli Pryder ar gyfer pobl ifanc (14-18) yn gweithio o fewn fframwaith Therapi Ymddygiad Gwybyddol ac mae’n gwrs sydd yn ymwneud â gosod nodau a dulliau datrys problemau. Bydd y cwrs yn rhoi dealltwriaeth i gyfranogwyr o beth yw pryder a sut mae'n cael ei gynnal. Byddent yn dysgu amrywiaeth o sgiliau ymarferol i helpu i leihau eu pryder.
I gael lle ar y cyrsiau, neu os oes gennych unrhyw gwestiynau, cysylltwch â ni: firstname.lastname@example.org / 01286 685 279.
- Anxiety Management course, Holyhead
Mondays 4pm-5pm, for 7 weeks, starting 30th September 2019
Our 7 week (1 hour a week) Anxiety Management course for young people (14-18) works within a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy framework, which follows a goal setting and problem solving approach. The course will provide participants with an understanding of what anxiety is and how it is maintained. You will learn a variety of practical skills to help reduce anxiety.
If you would like a place on the course, or if you have any questions please get in touch: email@example.com / 01286 685 279.
Mrs Regan wants to share these tips helping you to support you & your families Physical and Mental Well Being :)
Over the next few weeks and possibly into the Autumn Term, more teachers will be delivering live stream or video lessons via Teams or other digital platforms. Your children may have experienced this already. We have developed a learner and parental agreement (attached) which sets out principles and guidelines for you to follow. Learners will be notified of live stream lessons via Show My Homework. By joining in the live streaming session, all parties are agreeing to adhere to the attached principles. A copy of the agreement has also been placed on the school website.
As you know, learners have missed the interaction and explanations from their teachers during lockdown. Video lessons or live stream lessons allow learners to listen to explanations of tasks and ask questions which in turn helps them to understand and complete their work. If they have downloaded the Teams App on their phones, this gives them the option of listening to the live stream lessons on their phones not just on the family laptop or computer. The live lessons will be recorded so that pupils can listen to them over and over again or at a time convenient to you as a family. If printing off worksheets is a problem, they can pause the recording at key moments and copy questions on to paper or a Word document and then take the time to answer them or rewind and listen to the explanation again. If access to a computer or laptop in order to type up answers is a problem, they can take photos of their completed work and send to the teacher by uploading the photos on to Show My Homework or Teams. I have also attached instructions of how to upload documents on to these platforms.
In an effort to further support parents and learners in accessing and utilising the Satchel app we would like to draw your attention to the attached links.Parental support. https://help.satchelone.com/en/collections/1695420-parentsLearners support link. https://help.satchelone.com/en/collections/1695417-studentsThese support materials have been created by Satchel and are quite comprehensive.
If you have any queries or need extra support, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Supporting your children with blended and remote learning