We are thrilled to be working as a partner school with Black Shale - the Amber Valley and Bolsover Cultural Education Partnership alongside PlatformThirty1.
Black Shale's vision is:
A childhood made up of rich, varied experiences that include exposure to and participation in arts and cultural education builds the foundations for a happy and healthy life.
An equality of access that effectively negotiates personal barriers, social stigma and geographical challenges means no one misses out or goes unheard.
And their mission is:
To establish an extraordinary cultural education offer in coalfield areas that is context-specific, sustainable and owned by the local communities
We are very excited to work together as we both share a vision for the children in our community that we see as a priority to create confident, responsible and aspirational future citizens.
Watch out for exciting news about our collaboration for the Often Festival 2018!
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Through our Eco Schools work, we have gained the Green Flag Award and we look forward to renewing this award this year - 2017.
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You will find out how our eco-schools work is embedded in our daily practice by reading our blogs page by clicking here.
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We are working towards gaining the Respecting Rights Schools Award and have been awarded the 'Recognition of Commitment'.
Click below for more information about what we are doing to gain the Respecting Rights Schools Award and embedding The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child within our school.
We have gained the Nursery Sun Safe Award
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We are are working towards becoming a Makaton Friendly School
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We are very proud to be teaming up with 'Mind' and 'Rethink Mental Illness' in a bid to end mental health discrimination.
Often the attitudes of others stop people with mental health problems getting the help and support they need. Too many people with mental health problems are made to feel isolated, ashamed and worthless.
Stephanie is super proud to be a 'time to change champion' and is looking forward to a future of opening up to mental health issues.