Please find below in the link an activity pack for children with anxieties around COVID-19, supplied by NHS Southern Health. These packs contain a short comic-style story explaining coronavirus, word searches, colouring in, spot the difference, and more.
From the 5th January, the school is now closed to most pupils. We are open for pupils who are critical workers and those who are categorised as vulnerable. The information in the section will support you in what you need to know about remote learning, free school meals and other information.
The remote learning for pupils who are at home is uploaded through see-saw. This is the same platform we use for our homework.
From the 8th January, the teachers will be posting daily lessons and activities. This is the learning the children should have been doing in class this term but has been adapted for remote learning. The class teacher will contact you with feedback most days between the hours of 8.30am and 5pm. Some teachers will be in school teaching, so please be patient, they will get back to you.
If you need support logging on and registering, please make sure you contact the school office.
Families entitled to free school meals the week beginning 11th January - the school has arranged for food hampers to be made. Please call into school on Monday at lunchtime (Noon - 1pm) to collect your hamper.
Children attending school over this lockdown, they will be receiving their free school meal as normal.
If your circumstances have changed you may be entitled to free school meals, please get in touch with us and we will be able to support you with this.