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If you and your child enjoy reading stories in other languages - have a look at this great resource  https://globalstorybooks.net/

 

the purple book .pdf

how to stay calm in a global pandemic free ebook 002 .pdf

Followers of our Facebook page will know that Mrs Phillips has been reading a story every day to all her young fans.

Here are some you may have missed!


 

 

 

 

 

The Gigantic Turnip: Amazon.co.uk: Aleksei Tolstoy, Niamh Sharkey ...

Rumble in the Jungle: Amazon.co.uk: Andreae, Giles, Wojtowycz ...

It Wasn't Me (The Hueys): Amazon.co.uk: Jeffers, Oliver, Jeffers ...

 

 

In May we promoted Mental Health Awareness week. At the moment, everybody is affected by worries and concerns - please remember we are here to listen and to help. Email us on school@stpatricksbristol.org.uk  and we will call you back or email you with links to support or help you may be entitled to. There is always someone who can listen. 

never alone.pdf

Mrs Raine has found some lovely books which might help parents explaining what is happening in the world around them.  Please read and discuss with your child if you are finding that your child is worrying about current events.

dave the dog is worried about coronavirus.pdf

 Dave the Dog - Book for young children (with Covid facts) 

coronavirus abookforchildren.pdf

Coronavirus - A book for children

the corona virus free printable updated 2 the autism educator .pdf

Coronavirus - Autism friendly book for children and parents

my hero is you storybook for children on covid 19.pdf

My Hero is you storybook 

responsecoronaviruseng6 2 2020 .pdf

 Coronavirus - An adult's guide to mental health well being

 

wellness guide.pdf

 Netmums are offering an 8 week course offering some practical tips on helping to manage loneliness and anxiety both in ourselves and in our children. 

Click here for link
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