Please see year group pages for more specific guidance.
Many educational websites are 'suspending' subscriptions while schools are closed. We will keep adding to the list as they appear.
www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Mental Health and Wellbeing Support - Please click here for more information.
Below is a useful document to download, published by the DfE to help you as a parent/carer find out more about how your child is learning and developing during their first five years, in relation to the EYFS.
Please click here for a leaflet from the Starting Well Partnership detailing groups available for parents.
Lisa Sinclair is a Family Support Worker employed by school to support children and their families. This can be in school (subject to Covid-19 restrictions) or over the phone. Lisa is in school once a fortnight on a Monday morning. If you would like support from Lisa, please let school know and we will pass on your contact details. This could be support with bedtime routines, managing feelings or behaviour at home.
We can also make a referral for Early Intervention Family Support. This is usually for a set time e.g. 6 weeks in order to offer a package of support based on your needs. School can make a referral with parental consent, or parents can request support themselves by completing the form here:
Starting Well Partnership: Support for families during coronavirus (COVID-19)
On this page, you will also find a link in red to request parenting support. Alternatively, please get in touch with school and we can arrange for a Family Support Worker to get in touch with you.
This is a very useful site containing lots of resources and information to support families during COVID-19.
Please click on this link to go to the Worcestershire County Council School Admissions page.
Online Safety during Covid-19 School Closure
As schools close, or run at a limited capacity as a result of COVID-19, we know that parents and carers are having to manage their child’s use of technology and help them learn remotely. This can feel overwhelming, but we are here to help!
Here are lots of useful resources and tools that you as a parent or carer can use to help ensure your child is safe and happy online.
Here is a link to a recent document from the Government, about ensuring that we all play a part in keeping children safe online. There are resources and links to websites which can support you in recognising the potential risks along with advice if you feel concerned about content the children are accessing.
Click here for some tips on how to support and keep your children safe online.
Below are some internet safety activities recommended by childnet:
ThinkUKnow have created home activity work packs to support parents during school closure. They include simple 15 minute activities you can do with your child to support their awareness of online safety.
In Key Stage 2, before the school closure, we watched these videos as part of computing lessons on internet safety.
It may be useful for your children to watch them again. See the link below:
Follow the links below for advice on how to protect your children online.
As many people are now communicating via video conferencing, this information has been written for parents to explain how Zoom works and the potential risks to be aware of. Click on the image below to save and view more clearly.
Our School Council worked to create a 'Child Friendly E-safety Policy'. This has been sent home with every pupil. Click the link below to view it.
Here is the most up to date guidance for parents from the National Internet Safety Centre. Please consider whether your child is spending too long on screens in their spare time.
Below are some parent guides about popular apps and games
Follow the link below to complete the Parent View Questionnaire
Follow the link below to the DFE Performance Tables for schools