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Bridge Hall Primary School Where Every Child Matters and Every Day Counts

Safeguarding

Welcome to the Safeguarding  and Pastoral Team Page

Special Educational Needs Coordinator : Miss Schofield

Pastoral Manager : Mrs Parkinson

If any staff have concerns about other staff this policy explains how to deal with the issue.

At Bridge Hall Primary School we provide a high level of guidance and support to pupils, parents and carers to enable our students to achieve their maximum potential during their school career.

The pastoral team offers support to the children at Bridge Hall in a variety of different ways, such as;

One-to-one support; art therapy, behaviour management and guidance, social and emotional projects and activities, anger management.

Group work; Girls and boys groups, friendship based activities, games clubs, E-safety (see below for more information about E-safety)

In class support; supporting the children within the classroom with behaviour and learning.

Lunchtime Clubs; Business club- Every Tuesday a group of 12 children from years 6-4 meet with Miss Barr to develop and create a business idea. The children come up with a product or products that can be sold to parents/carers at the end of each term. The children decided at the beginning of the year that they would like the money that they make to go to Cancer Research. The aim of this club is to enable the children to work as a team to share their ideas and create a product. It allows the children to be create and use the necessary skills to budget ad creative a cost effective product.

Morning Clubs; Wake up Shake up- Miss Barr has begun a new Wake up Shake up group every Tuesday and Thursday morning. It is currently for a small group of year 5/6 girls, however once they have created the Wake up Shake up routine they will teach it to a larger group of pupils. This will then be entered in to a competition as part of the run up to Rio. Wake up Shake up routines are a great way to start the day and help energise the children before they start their learning.

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