Covid-19 - Resources to support children’s wellbeing and education for schools, parents and carers

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Tania Ackernley

I have been the Investors in Pupils Co-ordinator at Horton Grange Primary School for over 6 years. I am also a full time class teacher so I understand the time pressures that teaching staff are under. I fully believe in the benefits that IiP can bring to any school and have taken our school through both the assessment and re assessment process. We are a very large, inner city primary school in Bradford, we have well over the national average for free school meals and SEN and extremely high mobility. We have found the IiP process to be extremely valuable in supporting our children to high attendance, excellent team work and motivation in all areas of school life, in order to achieve the progress of which they are capable. The five key areas of IiP are key to our ethos as a school.

I am delighted to join the IiP assessor team and to support other schools in gaining, maintaining and further developing this extremely valuable award.

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Covid-19 - Resources

From Investors in Pupils we sincerely hope that you, your family and all your loved ones are keeping safe and well at this extraordinary time. We would like to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone working hard to keep our children and young people active, safe, healthy and resilient at this time of great uncertainty and to reassure you that our programme remains open with staff available to answer any questions you might have about Investors in Pupils. Please e-mail any queries to InvestorsinPupils@leeds.gov.uk

Our sister site, School Wellbeing, is providing a number of FREE resources to help schools, parents and carers to support children’s wellbeing and education. 

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