Awareness Days are a great opportunity to educate and inform people about many issues that sometimes get overlooked. They help to raise awareness and encourage people to take action and think about their community and beyond.
Sunshine Days are a time for staff and students at CPA to come to together to celebrate different aspects of wellbeing and happiness. Everyone at the school is encouraged to dress in yellow and join in with fun games and activities that help promote community and general wellbeing.
Children In Need
On Friday 17th November 2023 we will be fundraising for Children in Need.
This will include dressing up in bright colours or Pudsey memorabilia for the day and taking part in school activities.
If you would like to send in a voluntary donation towards Children in Need then please send this in with your child on Friday 17th.
Odd Socks Day,as part of Anti-Bullying Week
During the week of 13th – 17th November 2023 we will be celebrating Anti-Bullying Week.
To start the week, we are asking students to wear odd socks for the day to celebrate us all being unique. The day sends an important message that we should all be allowed to be ourselves free from bullying and helps us celebrate Anti-Bullying Week in a fun and positive way.
Class teachers will be able to share more about how each class has marked the week and the learning that has taken place.
AAC Awareness Month
October is AAC Awareness Month and has been celebrated since 2007. It was established to spread the word about augmentative and alternative communication and the many different ways people communicate. Most AAC users use a range of communication methods including body language and gestures, facial expressions as well as a communication device/s.
We have created a page celebrating all things AAC! Our student ambassador Khamani interviewed the very talented and funny stand up comedian Lee Ridley (aka Lost Voice Guy), Abdi Omar our inspirational AAC Consultant will be providing Top AAC Tips throughout the month, we’ve got links to useful downloadable resources including switch activities and symbols and more.
Dyslexia Awareness Week (2nd to 8th October)
This year the British Dyslexia Association’s theme for Dyslexia Awareness Week is “Uniquely You” as each person with dyslexia experiences it in ways unique to them.
Take a look at our Dyslexia blog, training suitable for teams supporting children and young people who have dyslexia and more.