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The PSHE Association have recently been involved in the development of the new UKCCIS (UK Council for Child Internet Safety) framework, alongside online safety experts including CEOP, the NSPCC and Barnardo’s. The Education for a Connected World framework will help PSHE teachers review their curriculum to ensure pupils are prepared to understand and handle online risks.

Mentally healthy schools is a new website to help primary school staff support the mental health of pupils. There is a range of expert and practical information and resources to help all primary school staff understand, promote and deal confidently with children’s mental health issues: jargon-free information on what can undermine and what can help emotional wellbeing; tips and strategies to help; and specific advice on vulnerable groups. There is specific advice for governors which you may find helpful.

I would particularly like to draw your attention to the section on a ‘whole school approach’ to mental health and wellbeing. In our borough, those schools that are recognised as having Solihull Healthy School status have embedded this approach within their work around health and wellbeing. For more information please email me at

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Solihull Moors Football Club will be running the FA Primary Teachers Award (PTA) FREE of charge after half term. The course is aimed at qualified teachers including those that are newly qualified.

The course will be running at Solihull Moors F.C., The Automated Technology Group Stadium, Damson Parkway, Solihull, West Midlands, B91 2PP on Monday 4th June from 9am – 4pm.

There are only 20 places available. Please see the flier for further information.