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Gavin Williamson has written an open letter to young people thanking them for the way they have responded to the huge challenges they have faced throughout the pandemic. Read it here: https://bit.
Please see details below of a free online event hosted by Counter Terrorism Policing, please sign up. Understanding a Child’s Digital World – Event, Tuesday 16th 2021, 1800 FREE Online safety event open to parents, professionals -anyone who wants to learn more about the digital world Counter Terrorism Policing East Midlands are hosting a free online event to encourage parents and professionals to talk to children about online safety. This session serves as an introduction to understanding the digital world and what risks are present for children. The event will be interactive, open to everyone with questions encouraged – please join and circulate to anyone else who may be interested. The event is supported by guest speakers from the East Midlands Cyber Engagement Team and Warning Zone. ACT Early more info here: 👉https://youtu.
To help our students with their transition from school into Newcastle College over the coming weeks and months, Newcastle College have put together a number of Virtual Subject Session events which will give them the opportunity to find out more about the course they have already applied for or find out more if they are still researching their options.
In line with the Department for Education guidance for Alternative Provision we will be open as normal from Tuesday 5th January 2021.
Prosper Learning Trust would like to share this important information from NHS Test and Trace, on how we can work together to make sure we can continue to give children and young people the best education in the safest way possible.
Northumbria Police have asked us to share some information with you.
Prosper Learning Trust have been the successful bidder for a new special school to be built in Northumberland
We are delighted to announce that Chris Richardson has taken up his new role of Executive Head Teacher of Newcastle Bridges School and Mary Astell Academy this week.
Letter from Judith Hay, Director of Children, Education and Skills, Newcastle City Council.
Young Minds offer advice.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of the first Head Teacher, Derek Cogle, for our new specialist autism school in Sunderland, Harry Watts Academy.
Mr Sheehan has been working hard to become Prosper Learning Trust’s United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) accredited eduCCateGlobal™ Climate Change Teacher.
Our homes have become even more connected.