This is where you will find the most up-to-date guidance with regards to how we will operate as a school during these testing times. Please be aware that we are following the guidance passed on to us from the Local Authority which has come from the Government. All schools will be following the same guidance to ensure consistency in approach in trying to minimise the impact of the Coronavirus.
Catchup Premium Report
Our recovery curriculum, in the first instance, acknowledges that children will have had very different experiences during school closure. However, the common threads running through all are-: the loss of routine, structure, friendship and opportunity. After a long period of isolation, returning to a ‘normal’ school day may well be difficult for some. As a school we have been working to embed Thrive approaches in our classrooms and throughout the school and this will be a key emphasis for pupils on their return to school. Staff will also continue to explore strategies to support children’s mental health and well-being to promote a smooth transition.
8th March 2021
2nd February 2021
Dear Parents and Carers,
15th January 2021
Here is our latest Risk Assessment regarding National Lockdown January 2021
11th January 2021
As you are aware we have school open for our most vulnerable and also to pupils whose parent(s) are classed as Key Workers. We are trying to keep school as safe as possible for both the children who are in school and also our staff. The guidance for children being in school has been updated further and we can only have key worker children in school when there is no alternative provision, ie if one parent is working from home or is currently not working then the child should remain at home and participate with the online learning being provided, regardless of one parent being a key worker and attending their workplace. For up to date guidance please visit www.gov.uk.