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Note that the Secretary of State for Education has stated that schools will not be open for key worker care over the summer holidays. Watch this space for opportunities for summer community activity events. We are open for year 6 and key worker pupils from Monday 15th June. Our new blog facility is now available on the Home Learning tab to get in touch with your teachers...Vouchers are now available for those eligible for free school meals...Our COVID-19 page is available on the ‘Parent' tab - those experiencing either a new, continuous cough or high temperature should self isolate for 14 days. Those living in a household with people with symptoms should also self isolate for 14 days. REACH FOR THE STARS... POSSIBILITIES...MAKING A DIFFERENCE...BOOKS BUILD BRAINS... ADVENTURE... Our school is 'good' in all Ofsted Framework areas. Our most recent report indicates: 'Thoughtful, high-quality care contributes well to the happy and harmonious school atmosphere.'

Advice and Information

Government Guidance 

Click on the following links to see current guidance from the Government 

Resources to help prepare for returning to school 

As more children return to school after lock down, here are some resources to help them talk about their worries, anxieties and changes. If you would like to talk or need any further resources, just let us know! 

While We Can't Hug

Emotional and Mental Health Support

Below are resources and websites that we recommend to help you with the emotional and mental health challenges you might face during this time. We hope you find them useful! 😊

 

Mental Well-being 

Finding the calm - activities to help you stay positive 

Talking to children about Coronavirus

These are resources to support you with talking to your children about Coronavirus.

Support and Resources for Parents

Useful links to help you:

Information for Young People about the Coronavirus

Help for children and young people

Mindfulness and Relaxation Resources

Bereavement and Grief

Support from Newcastle City Council

Tips for planning meals and food budgeting 

As many families are facing higher food bills, and in many cases, reduced income due to the impact of Coronavirus the Public Health team of Newcastle City Council have produced an online information guide and short film to help people plan meals. As well as ideas for easy to make, low cost meal options, the information includes price comparisons of shop bought compared to home cooked food, information about goods that can be frozen to avoid the waste and tips for getting children involved in preparing meals. People can get tips on how to make their budgets go further. We hope you find them useful! 

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