Contact with parents and carers

The school office will contact parents and carers of pupils who are self isolating. If a pupil is
absent for more than two to
three days the class teacher will make a  weekly call to all families. 
This is an opportunity for school and home to remain in contact. 
In addition, pupils will be sent remote/blended learning, see Home Learning tab.

 

Family Support Worker

Sarah Holyhead, our family support worker is available to offer further support.  
If you would like to speak to Sarah, please phone the school office and she will get  
back to you as soon as possible.
Free School Meals National Voucher Scheme


The Government have set up a national scheme to provide vouchers for free school meals.

For eligible pupils school will provide a fortnightly food voucher,
 which can be used to order online shopping.  
The school will sign post parents,
 where necessary, via the family worker towards additional
 support to ensure all our children continue to receive the food they need, e.g local food banks.     



Useful Contacts for Support

Health care team 07826 875048 / 07825 927042

Continence team 01253 953042Therapist on 01253 951101 bfwh.admin.paediatrictherapy@nhs.net

Learning Disability Team 01253 956514

Social Care (if you do not have a social worker) 0300 123 6720 or 0300 123 6722

Child and Family Wellbeing Service   Brian Wood 07795 222745





Useful Information 

State of Mind https://platfform4yp.org/resources/cat/state-of-mind/

Mentally Healthy Schools resources to help schools rebuild and recover

Mentally Healthy Schools has created a set of practical resources to help make the transition 
back to school easier for everyone, and help the whole school community rebuild and recover.

The resources are designed to be social distancing-friendly and are suitable for all schools. 
They contain lesson plans for teachers, advice and guidance for parents, and simple activities for children to complete in class or at home.


SafeNet  https://twitter.com/safenet_uk/status/1308467346990743553?s=11 
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