UPDATED 06/04 Easter Activities
In order to limit the spread of coronavirus COVID 19 school is shut for the vast majority of pupils for an indefinite time.
Thank you to everyone for your support in this challenging time. We have, and will continue to work hard to share all the information we have with you.
We would also like to offer a special thank you to everyone in our school community who are part of the Coronavirus- COVID 19 critical response
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Only the expected children of Key/Critical Workers and identified 'vulnerable children' will be admitted to school.
"Government advice is that the safest place for children is at home and education settings should only be used if there is no other alternative."
We are aware of, and will fulfil our duty to support critical workers. However we want to keep numbers of children in school at any time as low as possible to minimise social contact and promote social distancing to help stop the spread of the Cornavirus- COVID 19 ... in this way we will be protecting the children of critical workers who are in school because they have to be.
- Every child who can be safely cared for at home should be. Parents will not be penalised for choosing to keep their child at home.
- On days you are not working you should keep your child at home ( including when your shift changes)
- If your shift is not the length of a school day please collect your child earlier in the day.
" the fewer children making the journey to school, and the fewer children in educational settings, the lower the risk that the virus can spread and infect vulnerable individuals in wider society."
Practical arrangements for children who need to attend school
- Your child should wear school uniform.
- Children must wear a clean school uniform each day they are in. It is also suggested that children should washing and a complete change of clothes as soon they get home, before touching anything else to minimise the risk of the virus remaining on clothes .
- Children should not wear jewellery
- Children must have their nails cut short
- Children must have their hair tied back
- The school day times remain unchanged however we do ask that if your child only needs to be with us for part of the day you drop your child off and collect them accordingly.
- All current safety guidelines will continue to be followed, this includes social distancing and teacher to child ratios.
- For practical, safeguarding and safety reasons it is very important that we know which children to expect in school each day.
- Please give us advance notice of your shifts. If you need to contact us when the school office is shut you can contact us via mobile phone - 07398 037 082
- Only send your child if you have told us you are going to.
- If you are able to keep your child safe at home any day that we were expecting them then you must keep them at home but please can you phone in so we know not to expect your child.
To protect the school staff, your children and everyones families you must follow the social distancing advice when dropping off and collecting your children including physical distance advice.
DO NOT bring your child to school if they have developed a new cough or fever . Your child must be isolated and must not not be in school in the 7 days folowing a new cough or fever or for the 14 days following someone else in their household needing to self isolate.
last updated 2nd April
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Free School Meals
NO MEALS WILL BE PROVIDED IN THE EASTER HOLIDAYS
Free School Meals – Children who are not in School
We will have contacted you already if you are eligible for a free school meal for your child even while they are not in school. The lunches will be available to be picked up from main school entrance at approximately 12.30pm on a daily basis These meals will only be available during term time
Free School Meals – Children who are in School
Any child who is still attending school will receive a free packed lunch on the days they are in school.
In school holidays the very few children who absolutely need to come to school need to bring a packed lunch from hom
last updated 26th March
Supporting your child's learning when they are unable to attend school.
!!!NEW Story Time with our Teachers NEW!!!!
Many of you are unsure about how you are going to teach your children while they are at home...can we reassure you that you do not have to create a school at home ...we recommend that anything you choose to do is as relaxed as possible and meets your family's needs and style. We have worked hard to provide materials that may be a solution for each of you during these difficult times.
Emotional wellbeing is of prime importance and we have included materials for this.
Our home learning pages continue to evolve. Links to all the different options at the side of the page on websites and at the bottom of the page on mobile devices.
last updated 26th March
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NHS and Government Advice
We follow Government and NHS guidance. It is updated daily and we advise you to always check this advice
Specific information about school closures given to parents can be found here
Specific information about school closures given to schools can be found here
Ofsted Information can be found here
Specific information about mental health can be found here
last updated 2nd April