Covid-19 Update – Possible School Reopening Survey

Dear Parents/Carers, We hope you are all staying well at this time. You will have seen or heard about the Prime Minister’s broadcast about the next phase of the COVID 19 lockdown. He indicated that schools may be reopening from the 1st June and for Years 6, 1 and Reception if it is safe to do so. We are keen to hear what your thoughts, concerns and any questions are so have created a survey to allow you to share them with us. Thank you for your responses to ...

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First News

First News is a weekly newspaper aimed at 7 to 14-year-olds that aims to get kids talking about the news in an easy to understand and non-threatening way. We cover issues which are relevant to children and which specifically affect them. Inside you’ll find a mix of world news and UK news, but also loads of fun stuff, such as entertainment, games, animals, sport and puzzles. Please click on the link below for more information... FIRSTNEWS_727 (22 – 28 May 2020 FIRSTNEWS_725 (8 ...

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VE Day

Today is VE Day! On 8 May 1945, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill announced that the war was over, a date that was known as VE Day (Victory in Europe Day). On this day, people from across the globe flocked to the streets for parties and get-togethers, enjoying their freedom for the first time in six years. Take a look at the PowerPoint and video for more information on the day... VE DAY POWERPOINT History VE Day - BBC Teach Her are some activities you can do at home to ...

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Croydon Mental Health Trail Blazers Team

Croydon Mental Health Trail Blazers Team are offering one to one sessions via phone and/or Microsoft Teams. They are looking into ways to provide recorded workshops to staff, parents and young people on a variety of topics such as transitioning back to school, anxiety, low mood, sleep problems, self care for staff, and challenging behaviour. Croydon Mental Health Trail Blazers has a School Helpline which is open for teachers, young people and parents/carers  Monday to Friday 9am to ...

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Daily YouTube Phonics lessons

Dear Parents/Carers We are pleased to let you know that your child can receive a daily phonics lesson whilst schools are closed. Phonics is the way we teach children to recognise the sounds in words. It helps your child to learn to read and is an essential part of your child’s education. Please click on the link below for more information... Letter to parents and carers about online phonics lessons

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Free School Meals (FMS)

14th April 2020 Benefits Based Free School Meal Vouchers Information: who is eligible? The following information has been taken from the DfE’s guidance as to which families are eligible to receive the vouchers: Will every child at home due to school closures receive support? This support focuses on those eligible for benefits-related free school meals. Will pupils who become newly eligible for free school meals be supported? Yes. Schools and local authorities should ...

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