Most children in year 2 - 6 are part of the accelerated reader scheme. This a scheme where the children are assessed and given an appropriately levelled book. They read the book at home or school and then they complete and online quiz at school. This ensures that the child is not only decoding but also understanding what they have read.
Follow this link for further information.
You can also level books from home or the library here.
For the methods that we teach at Elmbridge and videos on how these are done - click here. This page also has a range of websites that will help your child and provide opportunities for practise.
If you require urgent support , please contact your GP or their out of hours service. For emergency medical attention, you should go to your nearest A and E department or A and E at Gloucester Royal Hospital.
There are various options of help and support through locally based organisations that you may find useful.
1.Teens in Crisis www.ticplus.org.uk Tel: 01594 546117
2. Cotswold Counselling Service www.cotswold-counselling.org.uk Tel: 01285 885830
3. Young Minds www.youngminds.org.uk
4. Eating Disorders www.b-eat.co.uk
5. GDASS www.gdass.org.uk Tel: 0845 6029035
6. Gloucsetershire Suicide Prevention Strategy 2015-2020, launched in September - available at www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/suicideprevention - covers all ages but includes prevention of suicide amongst young people.
2. YoungMinds Parent Helpline: 0808 8025544
3. Samaritans National Telephone: 08457 909090 Auto-transfer to nearest listener. 24 hour.
Gloucester: between 9am and 10pm 01452 306333
Cheltenham: between 8am and 10pm 01242 515777
4. Rethink Gloucestershire Self Harm Helpline Service www.rethink.org
Telephone 0808 8010606 Mon and fri's 4-9.30pm Sat/Sun 5.30-11pm
Available to adults and children and young people who self-harm, are thinking about self-harming or are worried about people self-harming (including professionals, parents and carers)
5. PAPYRUS www.papyrus-uk.org
Provides confidential help and advice to prevent suicide in young people.
6. National helpline for young people: www.getconnected.org
Provides confidential help and support. Tel: 0800 8084994 Text: 80849 Mon - Fri 1pm-11pm and available at weekends.
7. CEOP Think U Know: www.thinkuknow.co.uk
A website with information about current issues in E-Safety, there is also a link to report concerns directly to the police.
CYPS Children and Young People Service: 01452 894272
Sites with information on internet safety -
For all aspects of mental health support:
Support for gender diverse and transgender children:
www.thinkuknow - CEOP
Self harm support:
Support for young people: