We know that this can be a worrying time for staff, parents and children and we are doing our best to keep everybody healthy and reduce the risk of coronavirus spreading.
If your child has been identified as a close contact of a person who has tested positive, you will be notified as soon as possible. The letter/Group Call will inform you of how your child will be accessing their learning during their absence as well as their return to school date. It is important that as parents, you engage with as much education at home as you can so that your children do not fall further behind with their learning. Contacting school Every class has an email contact address and teachers will be accessing these regularly throughout the day. We encourage you to use these to communicate with the adults from your child's class. We are sure all parents and children will make use of this communication line in the way it is intended. Teachers have clear expectations for keeping in touch with your children through their class blog.
These are for children and parents to send work to teachers, ask for support with completing work and generally to check in and tell us how you are getting on.
Email addresses are not to be used to ask for extra work or to raise any complaints or concerns.
We do not expect the email addresses to be used to send any inappropriate messages.