In July 2019, the Council declared a Climate Change Emergency declaring that it will take all necessary steps to make South Tyneside Council carbon neutral by 2030.
Climate change is the defining issue of our time, to limit the most damaging impacts, we must all work together.
Attached below is a short survey which will help us to understand key celebrities who help influence and raise awareness in relation to climate change.
Please encourage your children to take 5 minutes to complete the survey.
Check out South Tyneside’s Family Discovery Trails. Fun walks exploring the area’s rich history and nature, featuring maps and family fun activities.
Information about access to free meals through Key2Life, for families that would benefit from a free picnic, is also available on the below website.
Don’t forget your phone or camera to take pics of your walk and post them to facebook@LoveSTyneside
Our very own Theo in Reception class has been using his time at home to learn and grow through reading 100 books for good causes!
He has already completed his 100 books and – to date – his efforts have raised more than £480 for two charities chosen by his family – the North East Autism Society and Blood Cancer UK, with donations still pouring in.
To donate to Theo’s 100 Books challenge, visit his JustGiving page here to make a contribution.
To read all about it, visit South Shields Gazette.
Dear Mini Police,
As it is soon to be National Volunteers Week, I have attached an E-Thank you card for all the Mini Police Cadets to say a huge thank you for all the dedication and commitment you have shown (even in the short time you had!). The card includes a personal note from Chief Constable Winton Keenen. Hopefully it will bring a few smiles and pride to all the Mini Police Cadets.
Myself and Darren have really enjoyed working with the Mini Police and all the children did superbly well, both in the classroom and on deployments. We both really appreciate all your effort.
Steven Graham 4879
PCSO Neighbourhood Southern