It’s the last week of term. This week, we’ve two messages.
This first one kicks off with a thank you to all of you who worked with us, sending your child into school despite the extreme temperatures. We worked hard to ensure the children remained as comfortable as possible – on the whole, I think we succeeded!
The rest of this message has contents that come from other organisation, but which you may find helpful, especially the first item…
Leeds Teaching Hospitals are experiencing extreme demand for services. They’re seeing increasing visits to paediatric emergency department with needs that may be better met in other ways.
With consistent, accurate and trustworthy healthcare advice, the West Yorkshire Healthier Together website is available to support families to decide if a visit to A&E is appropriate.
The information on the site has been reviewed by local paediatricians, GPs and clinicians across the region to ensure it aligns with current practices and procedures.
You can use the quick links, search bar, or menus to find clear advice with easy to use traffic light guide, red, amber, green found in the parents/carers section. This will help to identify when, where, and how you should seek help for your poorly baby or child.
Parent and carers can also look through the site for practical guidance such as ‘should my child go to school’.
Music summer club
Leeds City Council and ArtForms are hosting free music summer clubs this August, with a range of music activities for children in Leeds aged 8 and above.
The sessions will take place between 08 and 10 August at Horsforth School. Read more.
Child friendly Leeds
Look out for our final message of the school on Friday.