Please see the Newsletter Page for the latest school procedures
Please see our Home Learning Page with regard to Remote Home Learning
Advice for parents - COVID absences
Please click here for the latest Government parent advice on covid absences.
Recognising Coronavirus (COVID-19) Symptoms
Please see attached HERE the latest chart showing symptoms to recognise linked to Covid-19.
Parent Mainstream School Transport Guidance - September 2020
Please click here for the latest Government transport guidance.
Paediatric First Aid Risk Assessment
The Risk Assessment agreed with DCC Health and Safety can be found here.
Additional Safeguarding Information during COVID-19
Due to the current situation the school has to adapt to a different way of working.
Please click here to view the Education Child Protection/Safeguarding Policy (June 2020: Education Settings Annex A - The safeguarding arrangements for the wider Opening of education settings to children from June 1st)
The addendum to the current Safeguarding Policy can be found here.
COVID-19 - Information for Young Children
Please see attached booklet HERE with useful information for young children.
Information HERE to help older children understand.
Information for younger children attending school can be found HERE.
NHS Child Illness
If your child is ill during the outbreak and you are not sure what to do please see the leaflet HERE from the NHS.
Looking after your Wellbeing
You might be worried about coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) and how it could affect your life. This may include being asked to stay at home or avoid other people. This might feel difficult or stressful. But there are lots of things you can try that could help your wellbeing.
Please see the attached Wellbeing Booklet for help and advice on activities you could do with children.
Six ways to support your children as lockdown eases - BBC Bitesize
As we move in and out of lockdowns across the UK, how can parents and carers support their children’s wellbeing through these changes and uncertainties? Our clinician Dr Cyra Neave shares some tips.
Adult Mental wellbeing audio guides – NHS
The Christmas holidays can be stressful enough for parents and carers, even without the complications of a global pandemic. These short audio guides are designed to be listened to when experiencing issues like low mood, anxiety or sleep problems.
Please see www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Any further updates will be added as the government announces their approach to the virus.