Please click here for our Remote Learning Plan

Please click here for the latest NHS Parents Guide – What should I do if…..


Supporting children through the coronavirus: 

The outbreak of Covid-19 means that many aspects of children’s ‘normal’ routines have been abruptly and significantly changed. Many children are now spending all their time at home with their immediate family and all children are not able to have direct contact with their wider family and friends.

This will be an anxious time for many children, they may have worries and questions about how the virus might affect them and those close to them, especially older members of their family and those already in poor health.

Child Bereavement UK has made a short film about supporting bereaved children during the outbreak. Please find the link to this support below:


Winston’s Wish has produced guidance on talking to bereaved children about coronavirus with suggestions on how to tell a child that someone has died from coronavirus. Please find the link for this support below:


Healthy Minds resources and services for children and young people

Supporting Children and Staff Wellbeing for Families


Please find our Risk Assessments and further information regarding COVID-19 and school re-openening.

Letter to parents regarding September 2020 re-opening

Health & Safety Risk Assessment for September re-opening

Risk Assessment

How to keep safe


Please find some useful links below:

The differences between a cold, flu and COVID19

Information on how to take a COVID test and how to prepare your child

What are the symptoms of Corona Virus/COVID-19?

NHS Coronavirus information

NHS Track and Trace service

Where is my nearest test centre?

Government Guidance

Government – What parents need to know about returning to school