Forestdale Primary School
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Activities at Frankley Library
This is to inform you of some things we have going on at Frankley Library and hope you can advertise to your students and parents.
Starting in the New Year, we are looking to run a reading group for children from 3:45 every other Wednesday.
Frankley Library Children’s Reading Group is open to any primary school children who are interested in reading and talking about what they’ve read.
There will be a member of staff to guide the conversation and make sure everyone gets a chance to speak if they want.
The first session will be on the 11th January and will be every other week.
There is no requirements to attend every session.
See below for events at Easter:
Holiday Activity Club at Forestdale - Easter
Keeping Safe as the nights grow longer...
Rainbows, Brownies and Guides
1st Frankley Rainbows and 271st Birmingham Brownies and Guides will be meeting at Hollymoor Chapel from Friday 8th September until further notice.
1st Frankley Rainbows 4:15 pm ~ 5:30 pm
271st Birmingham Brownies 5:15 pm ~ 6:45 pm
271st Birmingham Guides 6:30 pm ~ 8 pm
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Anti Bullying Workshop
Forestdale has taken part in a city wide anti-bullying project. Children from all over Birmingham visited City Learning Centres to share ideas using Video Conferencing technology. Local police attended the event and worked alongside the children.
"It was eye opening to see the harm that cyber bullying can do!" - Courtney
"If I ever get bullied, I'll know what to do." - Owen
At Forestdale we are proud of the strong links that we have with the local community. These include:
City Learning Centre - Frankley
Colmers Sports College
Northfield Fire Station
Bournville Lane Police Station
St Leonard's Church Frankley
Balaam Wood School
Reaside Junior School
Substance Abuse Guide and Help for Parents
Parents will do almost anything to keep their children safe, but communicating with youth becomes more challenging as they get older. That’s why you should talk to your children about alcohol and other drugs early. It’s a conversation that you need to have because drugs can ruin your child’s life.
Every year, millions of teens try alcohol, marijuana or tobacco products for the first time. Most of them won’t get caught. They won’t get in a car accident, and they won’t become addicted. But a significant portion of them will, and the consequences can be devastating.
You can keep your children from becoming a statistic by being involved in their lives, having honest conversations with them and practicing what you preach.
Some parents, despite their best efforts, will have a child who develops a substance use disorder. That doesn’t mean the parent or child has failed. Helping a child recover from addiction is just one of the many challenges parents might face.
Click on the link for help and a free guide
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