Letters, Forms and News
GUIDANCE FOR INFECTION CONTROL
30-04-2021 LETTER FOR PARENTS BANK HOLIDAY
27-04-2021 LETTER FOR PARENTS
16-04-21 LETTER FOR PARENTS ON FOREIGN TRAVEL
14-04-2021 NEWSLETTER FOR PARENTS
26-03-2021 LETTER FOR PARENTS: SCHOOL CLOSURE FOR EASTER HOLIDAYS THURSDAY 1ST APRIL AND
INFORMATION ON COLLECTION OF FSM VOUCHERS OVER EASTER HOLIDAYS
12-0302021 LETTER FOR PARENTS ON FIRST WEEK OF OPENING AFTER THE NATIONAL LOCKDOWN
08-03-2021 LETTER FOR PARENTS ON THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL REOPENING AFTER LOCKDOWN
02-03-2021 LETTER FOR THE OPENING OF SCHOOL TO ALL PUPILS ON MONDAY 8TH MARCH 2021
04-03-2021 LETTER FROM MATT ASHTON, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC HEALTH, LIVERPOOL AND STEVE REDDY, DIRECTOR OF CHILDREN'S SERVICES, LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL (This letter also gives information on testing for families).
04-03-2021 LETTER TO PARENT ADVISING OF A CONFIRMED POSITIVE CASE IN KS1 BUBBLE 4TH MARCH 2021
03-03-2021 WORLD BOOK DAY TOKEN - DIGITAL VERSION TO DOWNLOAD [World Book Day Thursday 4th March 2021]
26-02-2021 Letter from the Head Teacher
Please read the following letter about additional symptoms and schools.
Thank you Mrs. Forshaw.
.NEW RESOURCE FOR PARENTS
UNDERSTANDING YOUR CHILD’S FEELINGS is a brand NEW ‘taster’ course from the Solihull Approach which is available using our existing access code.
It is an opportunity to try out a shorter online course.
How do I access?
What’s the code?
If you haven’t used it already here is the access code for all the online courses (funded for residents of Liverpool): PURPLEBIN
If, you have already used this code, log into your account here and this course will be ready in your dashboard to start whenever you are ready.
Can I tell my family and friends?
Absolutely! Share the news with other families in the area so that they too can take advantage of this fantastic opportunity.
How long is it?
There are 7 modules which each take about 5 minutes to complete and will benefit from time to digest in between.
If you like this…
Free COVID tests for front line workers/those unable to work from home
FREE SCHOOL MEALS VOUCHERS [NOT Universal Free School Meals]
Vouchers have been distributed this week for two weeks: Monday 8th February - Friday 12th February and half term Monday 15th February - Friday 19th February
Letter for parents and carers from Councillor Wendy Simon – Acting Mayor of Liverpool and Councillor Barbara Murray – Cabinet member for education, 5.2.2021
Thank you to The Inclusive Hub, Kirkdale for the very kind donations of food parcels.
During Children's Mental Health Week they have kindly also donated toys.
IMPORTANT LETTER FOR PARENTS 29.1.2021
From Steve Reddy, Director of Children and Young People's Services, Liverpool
and Mathh Ashton, Director of Public Health
Statement from the Prime Minister 27.1.21
The Prime Minister has announced that it will not be possible to resume face-to-face learning immediately after the February half-term and instead hopes it will be safe to commence the re-opening of schools and colleges from Monday 8 March. This is in response to the national public health data and pressure on NHS capacity.
Letter for parents of SEND pupils [this letter has also been sent via post]
Letter Year 1 parents from NHS [School Nurse]
Letter to parents following recent guidance on attending school during the National Lockdown
URGENT LETTER FROM STEVE REDDY AND MATT ASHTON
End of term Newsletter
NOTICE: ALL Free School Meal Vouchers covering the Christmas holiday have been distributed.
THANK YOU TO MISSION CHRISTMAS
As a school we appreciate their continued support regarding the donation of toys.
Thank you to all those who have made a donation of toys this year.
Looking after a child or young person's mental health
Support from Liverpool CAMHS
The Liverpool CAMHS Partnership responds to the mental health, emotional and wellbeing needs of children, young people, their families and carers.
If a child or young person is in crisis, they can call the crisis care line on 0151 293 3577.
LETTER FOR PARENTS WITH UPDATED NEWS REGARDING THE LATERAL FLOW TESTING PILOT FOR THE LIVERPOOL CITY REGION.
NEWSLETTER AUTUMN TERM 2
FREE SCHOOL MEALS VOUCHERS FOR OCTOBER HALF TERM
Letters have been distributed by hand and post to all families of those children eligible for Free School Meals [for economic reasons].
This voucher scheme does not apply to those who receive FSM as part of the Universal FSM offer to all KS1 children.
Please keep your letter safe.
You MUST take the letter with a form of identification to your nearest Children's Centre on Wednesday 28th October or after this date.
Please DO NOT visit the Children's Centre before this date.
The vouchers will not be available until Wednesday 23rd October. .
USEFUL INFORMATION REGARDING CORONAVIRUS
In March, when the Coronavirus [COVID-19] outbreak was increasing, we made clear that no parent would be penalised or sanctioned for their child's non-attendance at school.
Now the circumstances have changed and it is vital for all children to return to school to minimise as far as possible the longer term impact of the pandemic on children's education, well-being and wider development.
Missing out on more time in the classroom risks pupils falling further behind. Those with higher overall absence tend to achieve less well in both primary and secondary school. School attendance will therefore be mandatory again from the beginning of the autumn term.
This means from that point, the usual rules on school attendance will apply, including:
- parents' duty to secure that their child attends regularly at the school where the child is a registered pupil and they are of compulsory school age;
- schools' responsibilities to record attendance and follow up absence;
- the availability to issue sanctions, including fixed penalty notices in line with local authorities' codes of conduct
We understand that you and your children may have concerns and may be reluctant or anxious about returning.
As we reopen, our first priority will be to support our children with this and our teaching and learning will initially be to listen to, discuss and overcome these concerns.
The more our children understand how they can keep themselves and others safe, the better it will be for everyone in our school community.
Being back at school will help our children understand how to keep safe in school and in wider public places.
The above link will take you to another page of our website that has additional information you will find important.