Someone in my house is not sleeping very well

First contact in school: Mrs Coles (Welfare Lead / Children's Champion)
- Available on 01952 386360, or email anytime

Other helpful people: Mrs Peart (Welfare Assistant) and Miss Jenks (Emotional Literacy Support Coordinator)

BEAM Sleepy Heads guide

Quality sleep is essential for children’s growth and development. A decent night’s sleep will help them to do better at school, allow them to react more quickly to situations, have a more developed memory, learn more effectively and solve problems, plus it will make them less susceptible to colds and other minor ailments, less irritable and better behaved!

The Sleep Charity

We do recommend that you consult a doctor, health visitor, or school nurse if you are having ongoing troubles.  We can help put you in touch with them.

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