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Mēs vienmēr esam likuši lielu uzsvaru uz aktivitātēm ārpus klases, piemēram, sportam, mūzikai un drāmai, un mēs mudinām skolēnus izmēģināt jaunas lietas, un tieši šeit pieaug viņu pārliecība. Acīmredzot COVID ierobežojumu dēļ esam aprobežojušies ar to, ko varam piedāvāt saviem skolēniem, taču joprojām esam piedāvājuši plašu tiešsaistes pieredzes un attālo “apmeklējumu” klāstu.

Pēc COVID ierobežojumu atcelšanas meitenēm visos gados ir iespēja piedalīties dažādos apmeklējumos, izbraucienos un ekskursijās. Skolas apmeklējumi ir izglītojoši un var radīt pozitīvu domāšanu, lai gūtu panākumus mācībās. Skolas ekskursijas ir svarīgs un efektīvs līdzeklis skolēnu motivēšanai un iesaistīšanai aktīvās mācīšanās pieredzē. Ekskursijas tiek rūpīgi plānotas kā daļa no izglītības programmas katra gada līmenī. Viņi piedalīsies ekskursijās gan uz vietas, gan ārpus tās. N$G dolāru atlīdzības punktus var izmantot, lai samaksātu par braucieniem.


Apmeklējumi, braucieni un ekskursijas Ņūlendas meiteņu skolā


Mācību programma

Tekstilizstrādājumu izstādes apmeklējums tiešraidē
Mākslas galerijas apmeklējums
Piekrastes ģeogrāfijas izbraukums
Zinātne – Lielā sprādziena pasākums


Netbola spēles un netbola turnīrs
Krosa sacensības
Rounders Fixtures
Kriketa turnīrs
Meiteņu futbola turnīrs


Y11 Karjera medicīnā
Y10 Enterprise meistarklase
STEM – Hive at Hull University
Y9 ACE Day Hull universitātes apmeklējums
Y10 apmeklējums Russell Group universitātē Jorkā
Y10 koledžas degustācijas dienas vietējā koledžā
Meitenes inženierzinātnēs

Atlīdzības braucieni ietver

Jorkas labirints
Flamingo zeme
Boulings un kino
Parlamenta mājas
Dzīvojamās telpas
Arānas sala
Y7 nometne

The Mental Health Foundation is part of the national mental health response during the coronavirus outbreak. On their website you can find resources to help you look after your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak.


  • WHO TO CALL: Humber Young Peoples Urgent Mental Health 24/7 Helpline – call 01482 301701, press option 2. This helpline offers mental health support and advice for young people up to the age of 18 years in urgent need of help.  It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The service is also available for family members, carers and professionals who are concerned about a young person. You will speak to Call Handlers who are experienced in talking to young people and adults in distress and provide guidance to help you manage the situation and your feelings.  They  have information on all the health, social and voluntary services available to support you. They will refer to these services or make an appointment if this is needed. They may also decide you need a crisis response from our CAMHS Crisis Team.  If this is the case the CAMHS Crisis Team will contact you to agree what support you need which could include a visit to your home from one of our CAMHS Crisis Clinicians.

  • MIND support with downloadable resources- When you’re living with a mental health problem, or supporting someone who is, having access to the right information – about a condition, treatment options, or practical issues – is vital. Click in the link below to find out more.

  • APPS: There is an abundance of mental health apps available for you to download and utilise. Our pastoral team recommend Calm, Headspace, and Calm Harm. The NHS has also provided a full list of mental health apps which you can access here. Please be aware that while most of these apps are free to use, some do cost to use or have in-app purchasing. Please check with the bill payer before purchasing.

  • BLOGS: Mental health blogs offer support, ideas and encouragement for those that are struggling with anxiety surrounding coronavirus or managing their mental health at home. Young Minds offers a variety of blogs on various topics based on young people’s mental health. Explore more here.

Social Support

Staying connected and having a supportive community around you is key to managing your mental health. We recommend the following social support sites for young people:

  • ChildLine: a free, confidential service which is available any time, day or night. You can get in touch with Childline:
    -by calling 0800 1111

    -by email
    -through 1-2-1 counsellor chat online

  • Young Minds text line – Provides free, 24/7 text support for young people across the UK experiencing a mental health crisis.  Text YM to 85258.

Parental Support

  • Parental support available:

  • Parenting courses: Children don’t come with an instruction manual so when it comes to parenting, how do you know what’s best and what works? Parents do a fantastic job, but there are times when some extra support may be needed. As part of the support available to parents in Hull they following courses to help:

  • Parenting guides: Gain more confidence as a parent-to-be, parent, grandparent and carer and try these free handy parenting guides full of top tips and advice.

  • YGAM: The Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) is a national charity with a social purpose to inform, educate and safeguard young and vulnerable people, helping them build resilience and understand the potential harms caused by gambling and gaming. Find out more on their website or follow them on social media @YGAMuk

For more information please refer to the Wellbeing Policy on our policy page.

Self-referral to WRAP is available now.

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  • Child Bereavement: Child Bereavement UK helps children, parents and families to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. They support children and young people up to the age of 25 who are facing bereavement, and anyone affected by the death of a child of any age. They have a dedicated area on their site which brings together relevant guidance and information to help support young people during this challenging time.

  • Winston’s Wish: Winston’s Wish supports bereaved children, young people, their families, and the professionals who support them. They have information, advice and guidance on supporting bereaved children and young people during the coronavirus outbreak, and updated services and opening times.

  • Hope Again: Hope Again is Cruse Bereavement Care’s website for young people. Cruse is a national charity that provides support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone close to them dies. They also work to enhance society’s care of bereaved people. Their advice for parents and guardians - outlining practical ways to support your child/young person after the death of a loved one - is especially relevant at this time.

  • Grief Encounter: Grief Encounter is one of the UK’s leading bereaved child charities, providing free, pioneering services and support to bereaved children, young people and their families. During this challenging period, they will be updating their advice regularly, and using their social media channels to offer additional support with counsellor-led activity suggestions to help parents and carers support their children at home.

  • Together Bereaved By Suicide: Together Bereaved by Suicide Service is part of Hull and East Yorkshire Mind. They aim to support those of any age who have been bereaved, witness to or affected by a suicide by providing them with one to one support from a trained volunteer. Service users will have the opportunity to have a listening ear and help through their grief journey. Contact details can be found on the information leaflet linked and a self-referral form can be completed here: Referral Form.



  • Cornerhouse: We work with young people in Hull around sexual health and emotional well-being. Find LGBTQ+ support groups, including Step Out Group, Trans Youth Hull, Shout and Lollipop. Click the link for meeting times and locations.

Young and LGBT+
  • The Proud Trust: The Proud Trust provide resources for LGBTQ+ young people including helpful information on coming out, religion and faith, and staying safe. They also share stories and experiences from other LGBTQ+ people.

  • Stonewall: Our Children and Young People’s Services (CYPS) Champions programme helps local authorities and children and young people’s organisations put LGBTQ+ inclusion at the heart of their services to support children and young people.

  • Mermaids: Mermaids supports transgender, nonbinary and gender-diverse children and young people until their 20th birthday, as well as their families and professionals involved in their care. We also currently offer web chat support to students up to the age of 25.

  • Pride in Hull: Here you can find a list of fantastic local organisations that can help you if your child is struggling with their gender or sexuality – or if you just have some questions!


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