Prem Aware Award

Training, awareness & feedback – Newton Hall Infants’ School has met all three Prem Aware requirements to gain the award: accessing the free PRISM e-learning to train staff; asking parents if children were born prematurely as part of the admissions process; and requesting feedback from parents on any extra support provided.

By becoming a Prem Aware School, the teaching staff will have a better understanding of the lasting effects of premature birth, be able to identify issues early and provide the practical and emotional support children may need on their education journey.

Mrs Frazer – Headteacher

“We are delighted to be awarded “Prem Aware School” status by The Smallest Things following our school’s work towards achieving these goals. All leadership and teaching staff have undertaken training in how they can meet the needs of these children in a way that may not have been recognised before. This can only be of huge benefit to the pupils in our school.”

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