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Sweet Spring Newsletter 2023

Win an iPad in our Children’s Mental Health Week Competition

Children’s Mental Health Week 2023 took place from 6 - 12 February, with the topic “Let’s Connect".

You may already have checked out our last email, or spotted it on social media, but we have launched a competition to get your students talking about mental health and wellbeing.

We had some amazing entries last year and can’t wait to see what your students come up with this year. You have until 3rd March, 2023 to enter, so what are you waiting for? Why not use your next Sweet session to get your students to have a go, or even set it as half term homework!

All entry details and criteria can be found on the dedicated competition webpage below.

We have some AMAZING judges lined up for this year's competition! Head over to Twitter and give us a follow to be the first to read about these exciting updates!


Sweet PGW Parent & Carer Guide

In our Winter Newsletter, we teased you with our new Parent & Carer Guide, designed to lead parents and carers through the content of the PGW resource.

We are excited to say that this digital resource is now available to download from our website,

The guide details the key topics that children will learn about in the Sweet PGW, as well as offering further support and advice. It also includes includes signposting and additional resources, useful links, and lots of tips so that parents and carers can reinforce their child’s learning at home.

Download the digital guide below.


Sweet Feedback Survey

We've had some lovely responses already to our feedback survey.

Just a gentle reminder that if you’re a Sweet Customer and you haven’t already completed it, please take a few minutes to fill in the form by clicking on the link below.

Your feedback is vital to help us continually improve and develop our resources, including workbooks, teaching materials and our support processes.


Sweet Centre of the Term

When you work with the best schools ever, it’s sometimes hard to choose just one of you to feature as our Centre of the Term! This term, we are celebrating all of you, and sharing some of the lovely comments we’ve received over the last few months!

“Great to have a consistent relationship with Mike. Always on hand if I need to email or call. Nice website and ordering resources is easy.”

"Fantastic, appealing booklets.

The course helps to develop positive self esteem and confidence amongst students who generally find a school a challenge.

Excellent support and guidance provided by Mike Hargreaves.”

“Excellent help and guidance from Amy - thank you.”

"Sweet allows us to meet the needs of all our learners, across a wide range of ability levels.

Lindsay supports us so well and is always on hand to answer any questions that may arise, she is very professional but also has the personal touch.”

"Students enjoy the content and are enthusiastic to complete the work.”

“Our IQA has been excellent and always responds promptly and is very helpful. Diolch!”

"Great support from Lindsay and is available to answer any questions when they arise.”

“A great course!”

If you would like to be featured as our Sweet Centre of the Term or take part in a case study, please follow the link below and complete the form!


Welcome on board to our new Sweet Centres joining us this term!


Useful Resources

Help save a life this Defibruary

Did you know that this month is Defibruary? An annual month-long campaign designed to educate the public about the importance of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and defibrillation, created by St John Ambulance Cymru.

According to the British Heart Foundation, only one in ten people survive an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in the UK, and it can happen to anyone, at any age, so knowing how to do CPR and how to use a defibrillator can improve the chance of survival.

To find out more about Defibruary and for more information on how you could help save a life, follow the link below.



Ask the Experts Webinar

Join us for our next ‘Ask the Experts’ Webinar on 29th March at 3.30pm.

The webinar is a perfect opportunity for interested centres to find out more about the Sweet PGW, and ask any questions you may have.

Book your free place below

The Mental Health & Wellbeing Show

The Mental Health & Wellbeing Show will take place at Cardiff City Hall on 11th May 2023, featuring exhibitors, speakers and experts promoting positive mental health and wellbeing.

Speakers include Lloyd Ashley, Nigel Owens, Dame Darcey Bussell DBE and Neville Southall.


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