Community Notices


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Please go to: www.inourplace.co.uk then apply the access code ‘BETTERTOGETHER’

If you don’t live in Knowsley, but your child atte  nds a Knowsley school, then please use the postcode L32 0RQ

If you’re having any problems accessing the course, or for more information please c

ontact Vicky Powell - Victoria.powell@knowsley.gov.uk - 07825 117 487

Please include your name and contact number, your child’s name, school and class

Youth Connect 5 is a FREE 5 week course for parents and

carers

As parents we can’t always control life’s situations

Youth Connect 5 gives you:

  • The knowledge skills and understanding to help your children develop strong emotional wellbeing
  • You will learn techniques to strengthen your child’s ability to deal with stress and adversity in life- these skills will stay with them into adulthood
  • Skills of resilience-being able to handle challenges-being able to bounce back when life gets tough

This 5 week course will be delivered by Ann Curley from Knowsley Family Learning.

 

The course will be delivered via Zoom. For more information and to book your place, please contact Ann Curley directly on:

Email: Ann.curley@knowsley.gov.uk or call/ text: 07825 117 482

Start date Thursday, 9th March 2022, 1-2pm 

 

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 St Nicholas’ church and Centre -  Chirstmas Fun!

Our nativity trail of 6 pillar box toppers is now up all around Halewood. A map showing the locations and a short description of each one are attached. Paper copies will be available at St Nicholas’ and St Mary’s and also at Halewood Library

We have 40 cribs and nativity scenes on display in St Nicholas’ and look forward to seeing you there. Friday 10-1 (School groups in between 10 and 11.30 am but other visitors still welcome at those times.) Saturday 10-2 pm

Refreshments will be available at the St Nicholas’ Centre on both days

Also at the St Nicholas’ Centre there will be stalls selling Traidcraft items; Our Church Christmas Candles .£8 each  four seasonal fragrances, proceeds to St Nicholas’ Church. Knitted handmade items and Christmas sweet cones, proceeds to St Mary’s Church, Tracy’s Hand designed notebooks and other art works. Handmade wooden items. With a percentage from each sale going to Ollie Harrison’s Christmas Tractors charity for Alder Hey

So plenty to keep you all busy this weekend without even leaving Halewood

 Halewood Pillar Box Nativity Trail - From 10 December 2021

Our knitted pillar box toppers are a new way of telling the Christmas Story. We hope you will enjoy following the trail and reading the stories of the birth of Jesus, God’s son, sent to be the Saviour of the world.

1. Shops on Wood Road- Mary and the Angel (Luke 1: 26-38)

God sent the Angel Gabriel to Mary in Nazareth to tell her that she would have a baby who would be God’s son. Mary was very worried about this as she wasn’t yet married. Gabriel explained how God would make this would happen. Mary said that she would obey God’s will.

2. Outside Halewood Library and Health Centre- Joseph and the Angel (Matt 1: 18-24)

Joseph, Mary’s fiancé was not best pleased when he found out Mary was expecting a baby, as he knew he wasn’t the father. He was going to quietly break off their engagement but God sent his Angel to Joseph, in a dream. The Angel told Joseph this was all part of God’s plan and so Joseph went ahead and married Mary.

3. St Mark’s Church Leathers Lane- The Road to Bethlehem (Luke 2:1-5)

Israel, the country, in which Mary and Joseph lived was part of the Roman Empire. The Emperor Augustus had ordered a census to be taken and people had to return to the place they came from to register. Joseph came from Bethlehem and so he and Mary set off from Nazareth to Bethlehem, a journey of about 70 miles. It was very near the time when Mary was due to have her baby.

4. By Convenience Shop on Bailey’s Lane-  The Shepherds and the Angels (Luke 2: 8-20)

Meanwhile, during the night, on the hills outside Bethlehem, a group of shepherds were guarding their sheep. Suddenly, the sky was filled with light and God’s Angel appeared to them telling them that down in Bethlehem town, God’s son, the Messiah, the Saviour of the world had been born. The angel told them exactly how to find the baby. They were gobsmacked! Then more and more angels appeared, singing praises to God. The shepherds dropped everything and rushed down to Bethlehem where they found Mary, Joseph and the baby just as the Angel had told them 

 
5. Hollies Road / Rutland Avenue opposite Plantation School- Laid in a Manger (Luke 2:6-7)

When Mary and Joseph had arrived in Bethlehem, they found that there was no room for them to stay in the inn. So when Mary gave birth to her baby son she wrapped him in strips of cloth and laid him in a manger, a feeding trough for animals.

 
6. Okell Drive by Bus Stop opposite Torcross Way- The Wise Men (Matt 2: 1-12)

Hundreds of miles away to the east some learned men had been studying the heavens, when a bright star appeared. They knew that this meant that something very important was happening related to the birth of a great King and so they set off on a journey to find Him, following the star that would lead them to him. On the way, they made a mistake, thinking that such a great King would be born in Jerusalem but after meeting King Herod, who was not at all happy to hear what they were telling him, they eventually got back on track, led by the star and found Mary and Joseph and their young son, Jesus. They knelt down and worshipped him and presented the gifts they had brought: Gold; Frankincense and Myrrh. Worried about what Herod might do if he found the child they went back home by another route.       

 

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FREE – 3 week Zoom course - Christmas Craft Share 

This 3 week course is for parents/ carers of children in Nursery, Reception, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6

You will attend 1 session a week for 3 weeks. You can choose which day suits you best. Then get in touch with me on the details below to register your place.

Courses start on:

Monday 29th November, 1-2pm

Tuesday 30th November, 10-11am

Wednesday 1st December, 1-2pm

Thursday 2nd December, 10-11am

Each week in the 3 week Christmas Share course, parents and carers are helped to plan and create Christmas themed craft that will be fun to make and play with your child. Activities are carried out once a week at home. The following week, we will discuss how that activity went and will plan a new one.

Christmas Share is an opportunity for parents/carers to support their children’s learning and to build positive relationships, through activities that they can enjoy with their child at any time – after school, at weekends, or in the holidays.    

You will be provided with all the resources to make the Christmas games and activities which will be yours to keep at the end of the course.

For more information or to book your place, please contact

Vicky Powell - 07825 117 487

Victoria.powell@knowsley.gov.uk 

Please include your name, your child’s name and school and a contact number

 


 

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Drama Classes for Ages 6-11 @ New Hutte Neighbourhood Center 

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Family Learning Timetable September 2021

Hello parents and carers,

Welcome back to another year with Knowsley Family Learning and Parenting Service. Please find below our latest timetable of activities. All sessions will be delivered over Zoom, but rest assured, as soon as we can, we will be back to deliver face to face. If you would like any more information, please get in touch on the phone number or email below. When getting in touch, please tell me your child’s name, class and which school they attend.

I look forward to speaking to you soon,

 

Vicky Powell                  victoria.powell@knowsley.gov.uk                07825 117 487

Date

Time

Number of sessions

Name of course

 

 

Wednesday 29th September

10-11am

3

Ready for School (Reception)

This Zoom course is aimed at parents/ carers of children who have just started Reception class. During the sessions we will look at what children need to learn, and how to teach new skills. We will also look at reading writing and maths to give you ideas of activities to do at home that will support your child’s learning.

Wednesday 29th September

1-2pm

3

Story Sacks (Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2)

You will be provided with books and resources to make all the items for your Story Sack which will be yours to keep at the end of the course. Within the Zoom group you will make the resources week to week then use them with your child at home.

During the session we will discuss the benefits of sharing books and will make the various parts of your Story Sack.

 

Thursday 30th September

10-11am

1

Phonics Workshop (Reception)

You will receive ideas and resources that will help you to support your child with their reading and writing in their first year of school. We will look at phonics in the Foundation Stage and how it is used to help your child learn to read and write.

 

Friday

1st

October

10 -11am

3

Story Sacks

(0-3 years)

THIS COURSE IS AIMED AT PARENTS/ CARERS WHO HAVE CHILDREN AGED 0-3 YEARS. You will be provided with books and resources to make all the items for your Story Sack which will be yours to keep at the end of the course. Within the Zoom group you will make the resources week to week then use them with your child at home.

During the session we will discuss the benefits of sharing books and will make the various parts of your Story Sack.

 

Friday

1st

October

1-2pm

1

Phonics Workshop (Reception)

You will receive ideas and resources that will help you to support your child with their reading and writing in their first year of school. We will look at phonics in the Foundation Stage and how it is used to help your child learn to read and write.

 


NEW COURSES ON OFFER! - Knowsley Family Learning and Parenting Service

There are 3 new courses being offered.

  • Love Your Money
  • Ready for School
  • Story Sacks.

 

Love your money is a 4-week course, 1 hour per week for parents/ carers of children up to the age of 7.

The course covers content to help parents to start healthy conversations with their children about being responsible with money.

We also cover content such as pester power and ways to deal with these issues.

 

Ready for School is a 3 week course, 1 hour per week targeting parents/ carers of children who are transitioning from Nursery into Reception.

This course is 3 weeks long and covers the basics of getting their child ready for school. We look at reading/ writing/ maths and general readiness for school.

 

Story Sacks is a 3 week course, 1 hour per week for parents/ carers of children from Nursery-Year 2. The parents/ carers will be provided with all of the resources to make their own simple story sack, including a good quality early reading book along with puppet and game making resources. Each week we will focus on one topic.

 

Attached are all of the leaflets.

We hope you find these useful.

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Plantation Primary and Nursery School

Hollies Road, Halewood, Knowsley L26 0TH

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