Children’s Health at School

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When you have a baby it is common to have them regularly weighed and measured to track their progress and during these times you can chat to a Health Visitor about the childs progress and any concerns you may have. As they get older these checks diminish. Sebastian recently underwent a two year check and with the exception of his speech he is perfectly average and as we speak his speech has come of leaps and bounds since. Eliza has… Continue Reading “Children’s Health at School”

Ranty Friday – The Pupil Premium

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This week our Primary school sent out a letter asking us to advise them if we were on a number of government benefits to see if our children would qualify for the Pupil Premium.  Anyone who qualifies for free school meals is entitled register for Pupil Premium which includes those receiving: Income Support Income Based Job Seekers Allowance Income-related Employment and Support Allowance Support under part 6 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 the guaranteed element of State Pension Credit… Continue Reading “Ranty Friday – The Pupil Premium”