All our schools are open. We will continue to remain open and keep you updated in our dedicated main "Coronavirus" tabs on each provision's website.
Current advice to schools is that:
'Children who have one parent as a key worker should remain at home. Their other parent should look after them.'
The increasingly insistent message from the Government that, “If it is at all possible for children to be at home, then they should be.”
The gradual phased return of some year groups will begin from 3rd June 2020, starting with Year R, 1 and 6.
Please encourage your child to complete the home learning as outlined on the website for each provision. If any child has to self-isolate please ensure you call and let the school know.
For mental health support and advice, please see the Help and Advice links on each website.
See below for Covid Letter to Pupils
Below are links that parents or students may find useful for help and support during these stressful times:
Action for Children
Charity supporting children, young people and their families across England.
Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM)
Hub of Hope
A national database of mental health charities and organisations from across Britain who offer mental health advice and support.
Counsellors available until 10pm every day. Free, safe and anonymous online counselling for young people. Check whether this is offered in your area.
Me and My Mind
Advice and support for young people struggling with unusual experiences, such as hearing voices.
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)
NHS app with confidential health advice and support for 16–25 year olds.
Youth Support for young people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
On My Mind
Information for young people to make informed choices about their mental health and wellbeing.
Rethink Mental Illness
Charity working for people in housing need by providing free, independent, expert housing advice.
Time to Change
Support for people under 25 who hear voices, have visions or other unusual sensory experiences or beliefs.
Women's Aid (England)
0808 802 5544 (parents helpline)
85258 (crisis messenger service, text YM)
Committed to improving the mental health of babies, children and young people, including support for parents and carers. Provides information on medication for young people.
Advice and counselling network for young people, including details of free local services.