A number of our policies have been updated to ensure that our procedures are in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education 2022. These policies are available on the Policies and Information Page and will be ratified by governors on 5th October. The list of all updated policies can also be found on the same page.
From Monday 4th May the School Nursing service will be offering support for parents and to young people via virtual drop ins, contact can be made using telephone, What’s App and Skype. School Nurses can offer support on a wide range of areas such as, emotional wellbeing, risk taking behaviours, sexual health, behaviour, sleep, toileting, diet. If you would like some support please contact the service and an appointment will be arranged for the schools allocated School Nurse to contact you.
This appendix has been created in line with the DfE’s ‘Coronavirus (COVID-19): safeguarding in schools, colleges and other providers’ guidance. It can be found as part of the Safeguarding Policy, or for your convenience, click here to view.
The government has announced today an e-voucher/e-gift card scheme for pupils who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals. All schools are awaiting further information on the scheme so that we can roll the programme out.
The e-vouchers/e-gift cards are for term time only and we are working through the detail as we receive the information. Our plan is to continue as we have been, offering packed lunches, until after the Easter holidays, but if we can, we will claim your e-voucher/e-gift card this week.
For the next 3 weeks we will continue to provide FSM’s as we have been so please continue to come into your school to collect your FSM. We will inform you of further information as soon as we have it.
Please click here to read the government’s guidance.
Please click the link for the latest information about supporting your child’s health and wellbeing at this time.