School Re-opening Following Coronavirus Closure
Returning to School
Although the school has remained open for some vulnerable pupils and the children of key workers, there are lots of children we haven't seen for a long time. Since 1st June, it has been lovely to see some more of our children returning to school! We have been delighted to see lots of happy faces and there is a positive atmosphere in school.
Whether or not to send your child back to school if they are eligible to return is a really difficult decision. You must do what you feel is right for them, you and your family. It is okay to send eligible children back to school if you feel it is the right thing to do. But it is also okay to keep them at home if you or they are worried. Try not to worry about what others are doing or feel pressure from social media - just make the decision that you are comfortable with.
Supporting Anxious Children
If you or your children have any worries, please do not hesitate to get in touch. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or your children's teachers using their class email address. Also, you can contact our Pastoral Support Worker on email@example.com.
If your children are anxious about coronavirus or worried about coming back to school, the links below may be helpful.
Mental Health Resources
Collective Worship in School
The children who have returned to school still have collective worship with all the other children regularly. We use the interactive whiteboards in the classrooms to make sure we can see everyone. Here is a recent worship you can watch to see what it's like.
Please remember that you can still find plans and resources for home learning on the class web-pages.