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Parents and Carers

Guide us O God, to be the best we can be: In every thought, in every word and in every deed.

We are blessed to have a really supportive school community. Relationships are strengthened through our welcoming ethos, transparent operations and keenness to build the very best community that we can.

Always come and talk to us about things that may be worrying you or your child; no concern will be considered too small. We regard our families and carers as the experts of our children and we welcome your input and support. Don't forget to tell us the good things too - we celebrate your child's achievements every Friday in our whole school assembly to which everyone is welcome!

Our close relationship with LAncashire Adult Learning team allows us to offer and support your access to lots of learning opportunities, please see below for the latest courses from Spring 2024 onwards:

Lancashire Life Savers:

Monday 22nd April, 6pm - 8.30pm, delivered FREE and online.

Learn how to save a life with Lancashire Adult Learning. By the end of the course, learners will be able to:

·         Discuss the importance of learning emergency life support skills

·         Describe how to recognise a cardiac arrest and a heart attack

·         Explain how to assess a casualty using the DRSABC acronym

·         Demonstrate how to deliver cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)

·         Explain how to access and use a defibrillator (AED)

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Introduction to Deaf Awareness and British Sign Language: 

Are you interested in learning more about deaf awareness and British Sign Language?

Why not join one of our FREE online courses to learn more about BSL and effective communication with deaf people.

Tuesday 7th May, 10am - 11.30am  and Wednesday 8th May, 6pm - 7.30pm.

In these one-off sessions you will be introduced to deaf awareness and British Sign Language (BSL). You will identify the barriers the deaf community face on a daily basis communicating in a hearing world.

These sessions you will cover tips on how to communicate more effectively with all deaf people.

It will also teach you how to introduce yourself using British Sign Language and show you how you can continue to learn BSL independently after the session.

Enrol today using the below link.

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Dementia Awareness and Embracing Memories

This session is intended to provide a basic understanding of dementia, how to support people with dementia and how objects can be used to trigger memories.

Course Start Date: Monday 13th of May, 10:00am -12:00pm, delivered online.

For more information visit our website below and enrol today.

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For further information or any queries, please contact:

Call: 0333 003 1717



Are you in need of legal advice or support?

Please see information below from the Family Hub in relation to legal support from UCLAN,

At ARC, we are dedicated to providing accessible free legal advice, guidance and support to all members of the community. Over time, we have developed a range of free services tailored to address various needs: 

1.       Legal Drop-in Clinic: Every Wednesday, in collaboration with Citizens Advice, we host a two-hour drop-in clinic where individuals can seek guidance on legal matters.  

2.       Appointment-based Law Clinic: Also on Wednesdays, we offer appointments for individuals seeking specific legal advice.  

3.       Immigration Information Service: on a monthly basis, we provide a drop-in service focused on immigration queries, facilitated by a qualified immigration solicitor who is a former UCLan law student. 

4.       Mediation Services: We offer accredited mediation services which help parties to find amicable solutions to disputes involving Civil & Commercial and Workplace issues and we will soon be offering Family mediation services as well.  

5.       Personal Injury Clinic: This clinic is operated in partnership with qualified solicitors from a specialist law firm and offers advice on claiming compensation following an injury. 

6.       Child Arrangements Clinic:  This provides advice on the possible outcomes in relation to children when parents separate. 

7.       Cyber Crime Clinic: Provides you with support and advice if you have been a victim of cyber crime. 

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