Eadie Street, Harrington, Workington, Cumbria, CA14 5PX    Beckstone Primary School

Parenting Information and Guidance
Urgent and Emergency Care - NHS 111 Public Health 5-19 NSPCC Share Aware Guide for Parents Chief Medical Officers' Guidance on Screen-based Activities Dept of Education Advice on Cyber Bullying Talking to your child about serious issues Changes in English Curriculum Changes in Maths Curriculum Online Safety Information and Advice
Sample 2016 Test Papers
KS1 Spelling Paper 1 KS1 Spelling Paper Questions KS1 Grammar Paper 2 KS1 Grammar Paper Questions KS1 Spelling and Grammar Mark Scheme KS1 SPAG KS1 Maths KS2 SPAG KS2 Maths



Getting the most out of school Speaking and Listening Giving your child a helping hand Change Independence and Responsibility Preparing for Change at School Supporting Special Educational Needs and Disability Self Worth Praise and Reward

First Words Poster Free Phonics Words Family Posters Learning to read through phonics - DfE Mr Thorne's Phonics Parents' guide to understanding progress in English Phonics Guide for Parents Stages of speech and language development chart Tips for getting boys to read What is 'Typical Talk' at Primary Level? Words For Life Hungry Little Minds - Simple fun activities for kids 0-5


Health Builders Pathways are simple and easy to follow. A pathway is a guide containing advice and support for families and explains what you should do if your child is ill. The pathways provide step by step information on what children, young people and their families should experience when accessing health services. It will help families to make choices about the care of their children

Advice and Guidance for Children (NHS) Diarrhoea and Vomiting Pathway High Temperature Pathway Coughs, Colds and Breathing Difficulties Pathway Constipation Pathway
More Health Information

Increase in measles affecting unimmunised children (2018)

NHS Letter to Schools Measles Leaflet Measles: How to Stay Safe
Baby CPR Video

Find out how to help a baby who's not breathing with #babyCPR, taught by the stars of Nursery Rhymes Inc. - the new advert from StJohn Ambulance. Remember the song, in case things go wrong.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2kp_IDpI6E