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Seeing is Believing - Free Football Event in Southall, Ealing for Girls 6+ and Women 16+

 

Seeing is Believing, is an event presented by Gymkhana Women's Club and Indian Gymkhana Club, to promote football within the south Asian community. 

 

Prior to the Women's World Cup in 2019, there were no south Asian players in the Women's Super League. Since, we have seen this number increase, as well as more of a spotlight placed on the south Asian community within football.

 

We see the potential for the south Asian female community to thrive within football, and want to promote and inspire girls to play football and be part of the football circle. We want to bring awareness to the opportunities available for females to join the game, provide a platform for role models to be seen and create an inclusive and accessible space for females to play and enjoy the sport.

 

As a result, we set up Seeing is Believing, a free football event for girls 6+ and women 16+, to have the opportunity to train with and receive mentoring from some of the biggest south Asian talents in football.

 

The next Seeing is Believing event is on Saturday 2nd April, from 11am to 4pm, at Featherstone Sports Centre, Montague Waye, Southall, UB2 5HF. 

We will be joined by:

  • Millie Chandarana (Blackburn Rovers WFC)
  • Nav Singh (Arsenal Sport Scientist)
  • Kira Rai (Derby County WFC)
  • Harpreet Heer (Brentford WFC)
  • Kaljit Atwal (Pro Football Freestyler) and more!

 

On the day, we will have a series of football activities and a tournament led by our special guests. There will be plenty of opportunities throughout the day to interact and ask questions to our guests, have fun and make new friends! We will also have the opportunity for parents/guardians to take part in a yoga session and to speak with our special guests. We have had two previous successful events with up to 40 players and expect this to be the biggest one yet!

 

Furthermore, as it’s World Autism Awareness Day, we will be hosting a fun football session for children with Autism from 12:30 - 1:30pm. 

 

Some of our partners include Brentford FC Community Trust, Sporting Equals, Final Whistle, Desiballers, Featherstone SSP and Tottenham Wine. You can sign up for the event here: https://form.jotform.com/213165131023338

 

If you would be able to forward this email to your membership schools (for students and staff) along with the attached flyer, we would really appreciate your support. You can contact gymkhanawfc@gmail.com or DM @gymkhana_wfc on Instagram for more information. 

 

Please note, participants do not need to be of south Asian descent to join, the event is open to all females 6+ who would like to attend.

Learning to Read for Adults

Mental Health Parents Workshops - Whole School Approach to Mental Health: Online Consultation

We are providing a series of online consultations to support with implementing and developing a whole school approach to mental health.  

 

Supporting your Child's Emotional Wellbeing

The first session will take place online on Tuesday 1st March from 12 to 1pm

Parents can sign up via this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/supporting-your-childs-emotional-wellbeing-tickets-240204095917

 

Parenting Together Workshop - Reducing Parental Conflict (Part 1)

 

Please find attached information on the Reducing Parental Conflict (Part 1) Workshop that will be held on Friday 25th February 2022 between 10am-12pm via MS Teams

 

Tips on reducing parental conflict workshops are part of Ealing’s ‘Parenting Together’ series. These workshops are in two parts and are aimed at parents/carers who are still together in relationships and parents/carers who have separated or divorced, that are experiencing significant level conflict in their day to day lives.

 The workshops are designed to raise awareness of impact of parents/carers day-to-days choices on children’s emotion and general wellbeing. Parents/Carers would gain practical strategies to manage their own emotions, whilst given their children the opportunities to benefit from the best of both parents.

 

The workshops would cover topics like:

 

  • Understanding what Parental conflict is
  • Parental conflict Vs domestic abuse
  • How children are affected by difficult experiences
  • What we know about effect of parental conflict
  • What leads to conflict? Triggers and how we can avoid them
  • What parents can do to manage their own emotions in order to minimise conflict?

 

If Interested please email their your name and email address to parentingserviceadmin@ealing.gov.uk so we can send you a link. 

Letter to Parents - Public Health advise to reduce COVID- 19 Transmission in Schools

Active Communities Team 

Wednesday 8th December - Christmas Lunch

 

If you would like your child to have Christmas Lunch, please visit School Money and book your child's lunch.   If your child is in Reception to Year 2, this will be free.  For children in Years 3 to 6, please book as normal - the cost is £2.20.

Parents Conferences -

Thursday 9th December 2021 (Nursery to Year 3) and

Friday 10th December 2021 (Years 4 to 6)

 

Parents conferences are taking place on the above dates.  This conference will be via video call.  You will shortly receive an email/text message asking you to book an appointment with your child's class teacher.  Your child's Autumn Term Report will be sent to you via email on Wednesday 8th December.   Please read through the Report before your meeting.  Closer to your appointment time, you will receive another link via your email.  This is the one that you will need to click on to join the video call with your child's class teacher.  There is a Parent's Guide below to assist you.

Please use the link below to remind your child(ren) about road safety.

Please refer to the above information leaflet for any queries you may have when completing the consent form.   Please note that the form needs to be fully completed.  If forms are incomplete, this may result in your child not being vaccinated.

Starting High School 2022

 

Open Evenings: September/October

Recommended Submission Date: 22 October 2021

Closing Date: 31 October 2021

Offer Date: 1 March 2022

Starting Primary School 2022

 

Closing Date: 15th January 2022

Offer Date:16th April 2022

September 2021 - Return to School


We look forward to seeing the children on their return to school on Thursday 2nd September.   The drop off and collection timings are the same as they were last term and these arrangements will continue until the October half term.  

 

For Nursery and Reception, please refer to your booklet for your child's individual start date.

 

Year/

Group

Start Date

Collection/

Drop Off Point

Start Times

Pick up

Time

Nursery

Monday 6th Sept

Alley Gate near Nursery Entrance

8.40am-8.50am

12.30pm

11.30am

3.30pm

Reception

Thursday 2nd Sept

Entry Canal Gate

Exit Nursery Gate

8.40am-8.50am

3.20pm

 

Year 1

Thursday 2nd Sept

Entry Canal Gate

Exit Nursery Gate

8.30am-8.40am

3.10pm

Year 2

Thursday 2nd Sept

Entry Canal Gate

Exit Nursery Gate

 

8.30am-8.40am

3.15pm

Year 3

Thursday 2nd Sept

Front Gate

 

8.40am-8.50am

3.25pm

Year 4

Thursday 2nd Sept

Front Gate

 

8.40am-8.50am

3.20pm

Year 5

Thursday 2nd Sept

Front Gate

 

8.40am-8.50am

3.15pm

Year 6

Thursday 2nd Sept

Front Gate

 

8.40am-8.50am

3.10pm

This term, Parents Conferences will take place via video link.   We are in the process of setting this up and in the meantime please read through the guide below to help you understand the process. 

The Family Information Service have produced a handy new guide to key support services for families.  Please see the link below:

Flowcharts of what to do if someone has symptoms of Covid-19

Flu Immunisation - Monday 2nd November 2020

Children in Reception to Year 6 will be receiving their annual flu vaccination on Monday 2nd November.   Your child will be bringing home a consent form, which needs to be fully completed and returned to school as soon as possible.  It is very important that you complete the form properly otherwise your child will not receive the vaccine.  

High School Transition Coffee Morning - Thursday 8th October 2020 from 10.30am to 12.00pm

Special Lunch - Favourites Day on Thursday 1st October 2020

If your child would like to have lunch on this day, please order and pay online.

Starting High School 2021

 

Open Evenings: September/October

Recommended Submission Date: 23 October 2020

Closing Date: 31 October 2020

Offer Date: 1 March 2021

Starting Primary School 2021

 

Closing Date: 15 January 2021

Offer Date: 16 April 2021

Please check the timetable below to see when your child has PE.  Please send your child to school in their PE Kit on that day.

If you're thinking about home-schooling your child

Reopening of school in September 2020 - letter to parents

End of Term letter July 2020

St Anselms Church Food Bank

If you or your family members need to access the services of the local food bank please follow the link below to get more information.

Opening hours are every Thursday from 1.00pm - 3.00pm

Letter to Parents - Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Letter to Parents - Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Welcome back to 2019-2020 academic year!  We hope you all had a lovely summer break!

Please find below a welcome letter for your information.

Dear Parents

 

Re: Ofsted Inspection of SEND Services within the London Borough of Ealing

 

Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission will jointly carry out an inspection of the SEND services in the local area.  Please find attached a letter explaining this in more detail.  

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