A selection of reports that may provide background information for analysis and guidance.
June 2021 version
The North East Lincolnshire JSNA is an overarching assessment of current and future health and social care needs.
This profile provides a snapshot of child health in this area. It is designed to help local government and health services improve the health and wellbeing of children and tackle health inequalities.
This health needs assessment describes the nature and prevalence of vulnerabilities in children and young people in North East Lincolnshire, along with their associated impact on health and wellbeing outcomes.
This report presents the key findings from the 2021 Adolescent Lifestyle Survey for North East Lincolnshire. The survey was offered to all young people of secondary school age (Years 7 to 11; ages 11 to 16).
The National Obesity Observatory (NOO) Is a publicly funded body that is part of a network of Public Health Observatories across Britain and Ireland. It publishes data, information and intelligence related to obesity, being overweight and their underlying causes.
Information to help healthcare professionals make decisions about the planning and provision of services using child and maternal health data and intelligence.
These profiles are a rich source of indicators across a range of health and wellbeing themes that has been designed to support JSNA and commissioning to improve health and wellbeing, and reduce inequalities.
‘My Back to School Bubble’ aims to help children understand the new protective measures that may be in place at their school, in an age-appropriate way. It reinforce public health messages including the importance of hand and respiratory hygiene, while reassuring children that everyone makes mistakes, helping to combat feelings of anxiety, that have been reported by parents. The published story is available as a free download and can be found alongside our other COVID-19 resources on the e-Bug website.
Statistics on early years foundation stage profile assessments including breakdowns by pupil characteristics.
This is statutory guidance from the Department for Education (the department) issued under Section 175 of the Education Act 2002, the Education (independent School Standards) Regulations 2014, and the Non- Maintained Special Schools (England) Regulation 2015. Schools and Colleges in England must have regard to it when carrying out their duties to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
Statutory guidance for governing bodies, proprietors, headteachers, principals, senior leadership teams and teachers on the curriculum changes that are mandatory from September 2020.
Guidance supporting schools to teach their pupils how to stay safe online, within new and existing school subjects
Healthy relationships are all about respecting each other. You should feel loved, safe and free to be yourself. Read up on the different types of abuse, get advice and have a look at the organisations that can help.
The Department for Education have released “Guidance for full opening: schools” which recommends use of e-Bug resources to support teaching children about hygiene measures. Educators could use e-Bug to prepare for the full opening of Schools in September by: • Completing free e-learning to improve knowledge and confidence to teach children and young people about microbes and how to prevent the spread of infection • Displaying ‘Hand hygiene’ and ‘Cover coughs and sneezes’ posters in bathrooms, handwashing stations, classrooms and shared spaces • Sharing “My Back to School Bubble” e-storybook for parents/carers to read with younger children to help them understand new COVID-19 protective measures and tackle anxiety about returning to school • Using lesson plans/activities to teach about hand and respiratory hygiene in an engaging and age-appropriate way
Are you concerned about a child or children in your school who are experiencing domestic abuse ? Free Advice and professional dialogue with an Education Psychologist about how to best support them. https://www.operationencompass.org/
It’s a resource developed for parents, which is interactive and has information, links, and resources to help protect children and young people from online hate, extremism, and fake news. It can help parents and carers to: • Understand the risks and issues. • Know where to get help. • Find resources. • Develop practical strategies. • Start conversations. • Build children and young people’s digital resilience
Helping you teach PSHE curriculum topics to Upper KS2, KS3 and KS4 pupils, with flexible lesson plans and ready-to-use PowerPoints co-created with teachers, and video content developed with 10 to 16-year-olds.
Cheap eats for lockdown weeks Free school meal vouchers to spend? Struggling for meal inspiration with the kids at home at the moment? We've got you covered with our simple lunch ideas. Complete with its own shopping list, each set of recipes contains 5 easy, tasty lunches for around £15. Check out 3 weeks' worth of recipes now, plus ideas and inspiration for ways to keep lunchtimes fresh until they can go back to school: • week 1 planner • week 2 planner • week 3 planner • more lunch ideas You can also sign up for the Change4Life newsletter today to get loads of extra tips and ideas to help keep your family happy and healthy.
Check out Kooth the online mental wellbeing community
The latest news, policy and resources for early years professionals.
Birth to 5 Matters is new non-statutory guidance being developed by the sector for the sector, in response to the government’s reforms to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) in England. This work is being led by a coalition of early years sector bodies.
PACEY is the Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years. Formed in 1977, we are a charity dedicated to supporting everyone working in childcare and early years to provide high quality care and early learning for children and families.
Details the statutory standards for learning, development and care for children from birth to five (from Sept 2021)
Statutory guidance on relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education.
Research report February 2022 Department for Education
This document brings together our local offer for educational professionals and sets out how to navigate the local pathway and which services and organisations are best to support a child or young person at a given time. This document will support you on a range of social, emotional mental health topics.
Top Transition Tips Though we don’t yet know exactly when or how transitions will take place, we do know that they will. The NELincs Community Educational Psychology Team have put together this brief set of tips to support you in your planning for this. Contact us for more details, for more information about the training and support we can provide to you, or if you would simply like to talk through your transition plans with one of our psychologists. Educational Psychology Helpline: 01472 323308
Supporting Children and Bereavement Practical and considerate guidance for adults supporting children
Report offering top tips looking after your wellbeing whilst having children at home, managing feelings caused by the easing of lockdown and information on anxiety caused by Coronavirus.
Useful contacts for North East Lincolnshire which include Advice/Guidance and Resources.
What to do if you have a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19 in settings V3
Local domestic abuse support services are still offering a full range of support.
Useful contact numbers in North East Lincolnshire
Covid fraud advice from Humberside Police
Workforce development schools -Prevent Training
Information and Guidance and Cannabis Edibles