People Describe Their Most Meaningful Relationship

(gentle guitar music) – This is for my dad. – This is for my sister. – For my niece. – For my sister. – My wife. – For my kids. – My ex. – This is for my parents. – Two cheeseballs with extra cheese. – He’s my role model, overcame so many obstacles in […]

Lee Owston on disadvantaged children and the Pupil Premium

There’s certainly much to celebrate in the early years sector. We have the highest proportion of good and outstanding early years providers than ever before. More children are accessing early years provision to a high standard than we’ve ever seen. However, the true test of the early years sector must be how well they enable […]

My child is having an Exercise Tolerance Test (Stress Test)

Hi I’m Susan, I’m going to show you what happens when you have an Exercise Tolerance Test in hospital. Hello, Susan. My name’s Nick, this is Ceilidh. Today you’re going to have an Exercise Tolerance Test. Why would anyone need an exercise test? Well, doctors can ask for this test for a number of reasons. […]

The longest movie, sang by a Chinese pupil with her full passion! 小学生唱周董的《最长的电影》,歌声中满满的情感!

Our beginning was a very long movie It showed for three years I still have the ticket The ballet on ice is still twirling in my mind I watch you as I slowly forget you Those hazy times How far have we skated The circles drawn by the blades of the ice skates Whose change […]

2013 Pupil Premium Awards showcase film

We use Pupil Premium to ensure… …our experiences and achievements at school… …don’t depend on what our parents or carers earn We use our Pupil Premium funding to support all of our vulnerable families by providing parent support and support for children when they start school. Pupil Premium means I get to do ukulele. By […]

Why is talk important for pupils’ learning? | Talk Education Partnership

Mostly what I understand of the importance of talking at school, like for us for the children it helps us to bring out our views, the challenges we face at school, and as we talk we talk to our teachers and they also they feel pain when we tell them and they also help us […]

Dilated Pupils May Mean More than We Think

I’m Gabe Garza with today’s health news. The eyes may be a window into more than just the soul. A new study found that how much a child’s pupil dilates in response to seeing an emotional image may predict his or her risk for depression over the next two years. These children were shown images […]

#GiveTheGift – St Francis Primary School pupils talk about love, joy, hope and magic

Love, joy, hope, magic. Not everybody has love and everyone needs love to survive because if they don’t have love, they’ll always be lonely. Love means you love your family, and they love you so much because you’ve been a very good boy and stuff. I think that love is in everything. Love is in […]

Pupil Premium

For far too long, the greatest predictor of how well you will do at school has been your parents’ income. Now that’s simply not good enough. Every child deserves a chance, they deserve a chance to be the best that they can be and that’s why the Government is introducing a pupil premium. It’s been […]

Birth Defects: Depakote & Depakene Linked to Cataracts, Iris & Eye Injuries in Children

Hello, I’m Janet Abaray with Burg Simpson. Depakote and Depakene can cause serious birth defects, including injuries to the eyes of children who were exposed to these drugs in utero. Children might be born with congenital cataracts, they could have injuries to their iris, and other corneal problems that could affect their ability to see. […]