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If your child receives free school meals because your family is in receipt of benefits and you don't have a wireless router at home, you may be able to get one free of charge. Please email your child's name and class to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will see if we can get you one.
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25.06.2020 - The Black Country Rainbow Book is a collection of physical, emotional and creative activities to support all Black Country children and young people experiencing a Rainbow Hour every day. Find it here and the July edition here.
12.06.2020 Update for all parents/carers - click here.
29.05.2020 - Our updated Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy can be found here.
Friday 22.05.2020 - Please click here for our latest letter about June 2020.
22.05.2020 - The Federation COVID-19 Risk Assessment can be found here.
20.05.2020 - Click here for our latest letter about 1st June 2020.
15.05.20 - Click here for our latest letter regarding returning to school.
The NSPCC is receiving £1.6 million of government funding to expand and promote their helpline and have put information on their website to explain how to spot the signs of abuse and neglect while social distancing measures are in place.
There is also a range of advice for families, from dealing with tantrums, to family conflicts or working from home. Click here for more information.
You will be aware by now of the Prime Minister's announcements yesterday. He stated that a phased re-opening of schools may begin on 1st June for children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6.
We are waiting for more guidance on this and will keep you informed as much as we can.
What we can promise you though, is that the safety of our children and staff is our first priority. Our schools will reopen only when it is considered safe to do so. We are working with the Local Authority and the teaching unions on robust risk assessments and these will determine how we can operate safely.
In the meantime, please use email@example.com for any queries you might have.
Take care, stay safe.
Molly Watts, an intensive care nurse at Southampton Children's Hospital, has written a book to provide re-assurances to children and young people about Coronavirus. The free book is called Dave the Dog Is Worried about
Coronavirus. She wrote it as a means of sharing information with children without making them scared. The book can been downloaded here.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have contributed to an updated campaign for the Every Mind Matters NHS toolkit that offers expert advice and practical tips to help everybody look after their mental health and wellbeing. The site has been updated to provide support and advice during the COVID-19 pandemic. Support can be accessed via this link.
The potential for domestic abuse and violence to go unseen is high.
Keeping Children Safe in Education. Click here for safeguarding guidance and further information.
In line with Government and Local Authority advice, our Child Protection policy has been reviewed and addition made. Click here to read.
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