TNLP Trust Monthly Bulletin: October 2015
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Welcome to the forth edition of our electronic monthly news bulletin!

We have a new website! Please take a look and let us know what you think. We hope that this new website is much more user friendly for all member groups but please feel free to make any suggestions on how we can improve it further.
We have just launched our new annual fundraising campaign to raise money to support the continued development of the TNLP Trust and our work with local children, young people and families.
Community Action Week
Raising Money IN Your Community, FOR Your Community

Trust schools, children's centres, the Cluster Team, community partners, volunteers, children and young people have all been taking part in lots of fun activities and fundraising challenges to help us continue our work in the local community.
Even Martin Fleetwood, Principal at Temple Moor joined in with the fun to support our fundraising efforts!

So far we have raised around £650.00 which is great!
If you would like to make a donation please feel free to visit our Local Giving fundraising page where you can make a secure payment:


The most important thing to our Trust is to make sure that all of our members have the opportunity to express their views and have their say. Please click on the links below to take part in our online questionnaires:

Children and Young People:
Parents and Carers:
Teaching, Support and Cluster Staff:
Community Partners:

All those who complete our online consultation forms will be entered into a prize draw for a Kindle Fire tablet!

Our fabulous Parent Support Team are now running a range of parent support courses across the Trust.

Incredible Years:
For parents of children aged 3 to 10 years
The programme covers boundaries, praise, play and how to deal with difficult behaviour
2nd October to 11th December, 1.00 to 3.00pm at Templenewsam Halton Primary School

Take 3:
For parents and carers of children and young people aged 10 to 18 years
The programme supports parents and carers to cope with the pressures of daily life whilst also supporting their children to grow in confidence, self esteem and respect
29th September to 8th December, 6.00 to 8.00pm at Corpus Christi Catholic College

Head Space: 
For parents and carers who need support to deal with the tough times in life that happen to us all
5th October to 23rd November, 1.00 to 3.00pm at Meadowfield Children's Centre

Visit our new website for more details:
 The TNLP Trust Music Centre is running again this year!

Publicity and parental consent forms have been sent out through schools and sessions are due to re-commence from next Wednesday 7th October. Host centres will be the same again this year at Meadowfield Primary School, Templenewsam Halton Primary School and Colton Primary School. We have had to change the time of the choir at Templenewsam Halton Primary School due to staff availability. We hope this isn't too much of an inconvenience. For more details about the TNLP Trust Music Centre please visit the after school club section of our new website:

Our October Half Term Programme is now available! A variety of Halloween themed activities and events will be taking place in a variety of locations across the Trust. Hard copies of the publicity will be circulated throughout schools and centres within the next couple of weeks. If you would like to find out more please feel free to visit the holiday activities section of our new website:

A huge welcome goes out to Carol Morris who is our new Emotional Wellbeing Worker for the TNLP Trust. Carol will be working across the Trust to provide 1:1 support for children who need it.
A huge welcome back to Claire Taylor who also provides emotional wellbeing support on a 1:1 basis across the Trust. Claire has recently been on maternity leave and is returning on a part time basis working Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

To find out more about the TNLP Trust Cluster Team please visit our website or ask a member of staff in school.

Are you are aged 15+, a parent or carer, member of the community or a retired previous member of staff? Would you like to volunteer with the TNLP Trust and our children's centres to help us to support local children, young people and families?

Volunteering can help you:

Meet new people
Provide training and qualifications
Learn or develop new skills
Gain work experience
Boost your career options
Make a difference to someone's life
Enhance your CV
Develop personally and socially
Continue to make a difference in your retirement
Keep yourself busy during your retirement

If you are interested in registering your interest please contact Gemma Sargeant on

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