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www. @MATRAVERS


matravers. wilts.sch.uk /thrive


‘Thrive@Matravers’ – information for parents/carers about key issues surrounding health and welfare in this edition you’ll find:


‘Keep Safe’ – helping navigate some for the challenges and risks to stay safe, this term a focus on the danger of the new Snapchat update.


‘What to do if…’ information about support for you and your child if you have concerns about health. ‘Hot Topic’ – this edition we have included some information about keeping safe and healthy in hot weather.


Further to this information, should you have any concerns regarding your children or feel like you require assistance please contact the school as we are currently running Triple P parent support groups, run by Wiltshire Council. These free sessions are excellent for supporting parents through any situation.


Don’t forget, the information included here can be found on our Thrive@Matravers section on our website (www.matravers.wilts.sch.uk/thrive).


While the sun gives us vitamin D and is important for feeling healthy, the summer sun is very dangerous! Between the hours of 11am and 3 pm the Sun is at its most intense, leading to an increased risk of burn.


While this might not sound like much of an issue, skin cancer is on the increase in people aged 15-25. Now known as a “Young Persons Disease” Malignant Melanoma (skin cancer) is a very real threat. Every time you burn you’re doubling the risk!


Tips:


s Wear hats and sunglasses to protect your face and eyes. s Cover up skin or avoid the hottest part of the day.


s Even if it’s cloudy, wear lotion. UV rays can penetrate cloud!


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