For updated information regarding school reopening please visit this page for further details.
Key information regarding the school closure is listed below. If you have any queries please contact us via email and we will endeavour to reply as soon as it is possible.
Key Message from the Headteacher
“You are doing enough. You are loving your kids and supporting them through a difficult time. Look after yourself. Minimising stress is absolutely vital in a time like this for mental health. Don't let this be something that stresses you. Only you can control that by accepting it is in your circle of control, you are the primary educator and this is all your call”.
You can read the detailed message sent by Ms Harland to all parents regarding what they should be doing at home with their children here.
Updates and advice on the coronavirus can be found here.
Stay Home, Save Lives (Updated 26.03.20)
At present we are all working hard in unity to follow the action given to us by the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, which is to stay at home in order to protect the NHS and save lives. Together we can fight this. Key messages from the campaign are included below:
Mental Health and Well-Being
Every Mind Matters has now released expert advice and top tips on how to look after your mental wellbeing if you need to stay at home during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. It also includes guidance if you’re feeling worried or anxious about the outbreak.
As always the safeguarding needs of our pupils remains at the forefront of our minds. Therefore if you have any safeguarding concerns or are experiencing significant difficulties and need our help please email us at email@example.com
This email will be checked throughout the time school is closed. You can also contact Mrs Evans during normal school hours on 07402 169936.
All pupils should have received a home-learning pack which they can work through for the foreseeable future. Please ensure all pupils make contact with their present class teacher once a week. They can message via class dojo or email address as listed below. If teachers do not hear from pupils a welfare call will be made. Thank you for your cooperation with this.
Mrs Harrison - firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Penman – email@example.com
Mrs Crowther - firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Swan – email@example.com
Miss Branson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Lees – email@example.com
Ms Hiscutt – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Piotrowicz – email@example.com
Mr Watkins – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Dench – email@example.com
Miss Few – firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Gavin - email@example.com
Mrs Thackway – firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Wilson – email@example.com
Free School Meals
Please remember that children eligible for Free School Meals can collect a picnic bag from school each day available from 11am, once things have calmed down in shops we hope to put together weekly lunch boxes for families eligible.
When your child is ill or injured it is very difficult to decide if/when to call your GP, NHS 111 or go to A&E. Given our current national situation, it can be confusing to know what to do. Here's some handy guidance on what to do. Don't suffer in silence. Please remember that despite the current situation, the NHS is still open for non-corona related illness.
At present we are unsure as to when school will be open again to all pupils. If the planned residential trips do not go ahead then parents will be contacted and refunds will be issued by the school office.
Any parents who have paid for Easter Club will be contacted by the school office to come and collect their refund in due course. We thank you for your patience with this.
The following website gives useful advice to parents and carers with ways in which they can continue to support the education of primary school children during the school closure. For further information, please see our Home Learning page.