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Be #ShareAware – keep children safe online
Just like in real life, kids need your help to stay safe online. That's why the NSPCC are working with O2 to bring you Share Aware – to help keep children safe on social networks, apps and games.
Share Aware offers simple, step–by–step advice that will help you have the right conversations with your children about online safety.
Learn how to untangle the web through our Icebreaker email series. In just 6 weeks you'll be an expert in a child's online world and how to spot potential risks.
You can get in touch with advisors at the O2 & NSPCC Online Safety Helpline on 0800 800 5002 or make an appointment with a Guru in store.
'Nude Selfies: What Parents and Carers Need to Know'
This is a series of four short animated films for parents and carers offering advice on how to help keep their children safe from the risks associated with sharing nude and nearly nude images.
You can find them at: www.youtube.com/ceop
They are based on research findings from the European Commission-funded SPIRTO (Self-Produced Images: Risk Taking Online) Project and include:
Film One: Understanding Why
Film Two: Talking to your child
Film Three: When should I be worried?
Film Four: How to get help
You can download Nude Selfies: What Parents and Carers Need to Know now! You'll find it under the 'Parents' tab in the Resources section of your online account at www.thinkuknow.co.uk/teachers/resources.
At Winthorpe Community Centre. £1 per Family including refreshments. Open to parents with their baby/toddler and parents to be. Advice, support and fun with your little one. Find out more
Free Swimming Lessons
At Golden Palms, Chapel St Leonard's on Thursdays after school.
Growing Talk Tinies
Thursday Mornings 10.30am – 11am. We have lots of spaces on Growing talk Tinies.
Listen to your child's talking grow as they sing along to their favourite nursery rhymes. They will ride on a magic carpet, sprinkle magic dust and meet Mikey who is our resident puppet. This is a lovely session for both baby and parents. This session helps with early Communication and Language skills. (This session is a rolling programme which is term time only) Please call Skegness Children's Centre on 01522 555652 to book your place.
Growing talk's does not run through the half term break, the last session is on Thursday 21st July and will start back on Thursday 8th September. We have Themed Come and Play sessions on in place of Growing talk on Thursday mornings 10am – 11am throughout the holidays. 0-5 years (older siblings welcome up to the age of 8)
Little Explorers Learning Together
Monday 1.30pm – 2.30pm for 0-5 years. This session involves Songs and Play activities, stories, talk time and the occasionally Messy Play session. No need to book, just turn up!
Come & Play at The Village Hall Chapel
10.00am – 11.30am. A relaxed fun session where families can play together. Variety of activities to suit children under 5.
Learning Together Babies
Tuesday mornings 10am – 11am or Wednesday afternoons 1.30pm – 2.30pm. We have spaces available on both of these sessions.
Sessions are fun and include Talk Time, Stories, Songs and Play activities. This activity supports you as parents and carers to get the best out of playing and learning with your child. No need to book, just turn up.
If you know of anyone who would has recently had a baby and maybe interested in coming to any of these groups or any mums and dads with children under 5 years old. Please encourage them to come along to the Children's Centre to register. We will do a Welcome Visit, and inform them of the groups we offer and how beneficial these FREE sessions are to parents and their Children.
Seathorne Toddler Group
9.00am to 11am every Tuesday. Come to the school reception and join in the fun. Just £1 donation with drinks provided.
Polish Educational Association
The Richmond School, Richmond Drive, Skegness, PE25 3SH
Mob. No 079382107226
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
We teach our pupils Polish History, Polish Geography, reading, writing and proper grammar we also talk about Polish customs.
We are inviting all Polish parents with their children to come and join.
Age groups: 4 - 5, 5-7, 8-10, 11-14 year olds.
Overal monthly cost is: £20 per one child from one family, £15 per second child from this same family and £10 per third child from this same family.
We have also invited a Consultant (Psychologist/ Speach Therapist) from London who will talk to parents about bilingualism and multiculturalism.
This meeting will be held in the Hall of the Catholic Church in Skegness on 5th October 2014 (Sunday).
Informacja dla rodzin polonijnych o Polskiej Szkole Sobotniej w Skegness
Adres szkoły: Polska Szkoła Sobotnia, The Richmond School, Richmond Drive, Skegness PE25 3SH
Nr tel. Szkolnego: 079382107226
Adres facebookowy: Polska Szkoła Sobotnia Skegness
Adres e-mail`owy: email@example.com
Polska Szkola Sobotnia w Skegness rozpoczęła nowy rok szkolny 2014/15. Zachęcamy wszystkich polskich rodzicow do zapisywania swych dzieci do Polskiej Szkoly. Uczniowie poszerzaja wiedze z zakresu historii i geografii Polski, ćwiczą czytanie i pisanie po polsku oraz polska gramatykę.
Przedział wiekowy dzieci od 4 do 14-15 lat.
Zajęcia prowadzone z doswiadczonym personelem w milej, przyjaznej atmosferze.
Miesięczny koszt nauki w Polskiej Szkole Sobotniej w Skegness:
- za jedno dziecko wynosi Ł20
- za drugie dziecko z tej samej rodziny (rodzeństwo) wynosi Ł15
- za trzecie dziecko z tej samej rodziny (rodzeństwo) wynosi Ł10
5 Października br.(niedziela) zaraz po Mszy św. ok godz. 16.15 w salce przy kosciele katolickim – Grosvenor Rd, Skegness, prosimy o przybycie rodzicow uczniow Szkoły Polskij oraz gości pozaszkolnych na warsztaty poswiecone dwujezycznosci dzieci w szkolach. Konsultacje prowadzone przez logopede/psychologa z Londynu. Przewidziane konsultacje indywidualne.
Polska Szkoła Sobotnia w Skegness