ESOL Conversation Club sessions zia Zoom

ESOL Conversation Club is an opportunity for adults who don’t speak English as a first language to practice their English. All sessions are online via Zoom. For more information please...

Free online community learning courses

Central Bristol Children’s Centres are continuing to work with Community Learning to offer FREE exciting and interesting courses for families ONLINE. Take a look to see what might interest...

Support available if you are suffering from domestic abuse

Please remember that support is available if you are suffering from domestic abuse. #YOU ARE NOT ALONE NEXT LINK LOCAL DOMESTIC ABUSE SUPPORT SERVICES 0117 9250680 NATIONAL DOMESTIC ABUSE HELPLINE 08082000247 IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO TALK CALL 999 PRESS 55 THIS WILL TRANSFER YOUR CALL TO THE POLICE THEY WILL ASSIST YOU WITHOUT HAVING TO...

Children returning in September

Dear Parents/carers Please be reassured that if you have a child returning to us in September, they have been allocated their space. Thank you for your continued support.

Bristol libraries free online ebooks

Bristol libraries are temporarily closed but you can join the library online for access to free ebooks for adults and children. https://www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archi…/join-the-library This membership will also include access to...

2 year old entitlement – apply now!

Your work status may have recently and suddenly changed and therefore you may now be eligible for 2 year old entitlement. If you apply now and are found eligible, you will remain eligible even if you return to work. Bristol City Council are encouraging parents to apply now so that applications are processed and ready if/when current restrictions are lifted. E2YO scheme...

Helping your child with phonics at home

Some parents have asked us how they can help their children with reading and writing, and phonics. At home, the best way to help your child is to *Relax and be playful together, throughout your day; *Share books together so children learn to love connecting with others and sharing ideas through story; *Be playful with how you use language and words, to help children gain a deeper understanding of how words are built up from sounds. Playing with language and sounds helps children develop important skills for reading and writing. We hope that you find the information in this leaflet will give you some more ideas to help you. Helping your child at home – Phonics If you watch our videos you may see some of the ways we introduce playing with language and sounds into a range of games or playful activities....

Bristol Sanctuary offer mental health support over the phone

In light of COVID-19, we are aware that there is currently a heightened need for mental health support in the community. The Bristol Sanctuary would normally provide a safe place for people to come to for a few hours in the evening if they are in emotional distress. At present they are unable to see people face-to-face but are offering telephone support seven nights a week from 4-10pm. If you, or someone you know, is aged 16+, lives in the Bristol and South Gloucestershire area and would like someone to talk to during this difficult time, please call the Bristol Sanctuary on 01179542952 or 07709295661 from 4pm....

Playing at home for parents/carers

St Philip’s Marsh Nursery School and Cashmore Early Years Centre follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). The most important principles of EYFS are that learning is based on play, is active, fun and encourages confidence and independence. If we follow their lead, children will teach us too! The attached has been produced by Bristol City Council Teaching School Alliance to give you ideas for playing at home with your child. Playing at Home for Parents and...

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Bright Street
Barton Hill
Bristol
BS5 9PR

Tel: 0117 3534295

Email: cashmore@bristol-schools.uk

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