Please see attached letter below regarding Anti-Racism
As the UK enters a second lockdown, we have some advice that you can share with the families that you work with. Although schools remain open this time, parents may still be concerned about their child’s emotional wellbeing — we’ve signposted lots of useful resources that can help support families. We’ve also put together some creative ideas to help parents find new ways to mark special occasions during this time.
Supporting a child’s mental health during the pandemic
Parents may be particularly concerned about the effect a second lockdown will have on their child’s mental health – whether or not they have experienced problems before. Here’s some advice on how to support a child’s emotional wellbeing at a time of uncertainty.
How to celebrate special occasions during lockdown
Schools may be open this time, but it’s still not possible for young people to mark special occasions in the same way as before the pandemic. It’s important that they aren’t left feeling like their lives have been put on hold again. Here’s some advice on how to provide a few hours of light relief during a stressful time.
Until next time!
The Parent Info team
Year 9 Closure as of 9/11/20 – Please see attached letter below
We came in to school on Monday morning, following the high winds on Sunday night, to find 4 of the 6 gazebos we had purchased for our students damaged beyond repair.
We had purchased the gazebos to give our wonderful students a place to shelter from the weather, within their safe bubbles, during the pandemic.
We have received several lovely messages already from supportive parents offering to donate toward the replacement of the gazebos and thought we would open this up to all to raise the much needed funds.
Given the awful weather we are experiencing at the moment we need to raise the funds as soon as possible.