Covid 19 - Coronavirus Support

You can click and download this letter, please click the document below. 

You can click and download this letter, please click the document below. 

Advice and Support

Dear Parents/Carers,

We are providing Home Learning Packs and other materials that can be accessed for each year group. Each pack contains daily activities to be completed. Online materials will also be provided, check that your child has their login details for Purple Mash and Education City. 


If your child is absent from school and they are able to, please can they work through their relevant year group pack each day, beginning from Monday, 23rd March. If your child finds the content of their year group pack too difficult, then they should look at the year group below. There will also be additional needs packs for children with additional requirements or SEN/D.


New Home Learning Packs will be added each week in readiness for the children to begin the following Monday (30th March), so your child/children should work through these each day completing the activities.


Please contact school to collect a book and stationary, or ask a friend to collect on your behalf. Please contact school if you have any difficulties. You can access our Home Learning page by click the button below. 


Thank you

D. Ainscoe

Mrs D. Ainscoe

Children's mental health and wellbeing

The Government have published  guidance to parents and carers  on supporting children and  young people's mental health and wellbeing during the coronovirus outbreak.  We would recommend that you read it.

If you have a child at the younger end of primary school who is worrying about the pandemic, you could perhaps share with them the attached Nurse Dotty story.

Alternatively there is an e-book called What's Going On? published by  Clare Shaw who writes therapeutic stories for children.

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