Corona Virus March - August 2020

 

Government Advice

Guidance on the opening of schools and other educational establishments:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/closure-of-educational-settings-information-for-parents-and-carers

Coronavirus fact sheet

Guidance for Schools 

Key Workers

key worker identification form

Letters to Parents

Update letter 26.6.20

This letter is specifically for the parents and carers of our Y6 children. We know that the transition process is very different this year and that the visits and direct communictaion have not been able to happen in the same way. Here at school, we have been in constant contact with the secondary schools and this letter details how the process has worked so far this year and also shares what is yet to come. As ever, if you have any questions or reflections, please get in touch with us here at school. We will also be sending a copy of this letter to all of our Y6 families.

Y6 Transition Letter June 2020.pdf

Update Letter 10.6.20.pdf

Q and A parent flyer.pdf

Update letter 9.6.20.pdf

Update letter 26.5.20.pdf

Update Letter 25.5.20.pdf

14.05.20 letter to parents and carers.pdf

Update letter 13.5.20.pdf

Update Letter 11.5.20.pdf

Update Letter 7.5.20.pdf

Letter to parents 20.3.20

Covid19 update 16.3.2020

Home Learning Links for Parents

Each week, teachers at Woodland will upload to their page a weekly overview of home learning activities for your children to complete. These can be completed in the books that they were given at the start of the school closures. 

Please follow the links below and click on Curriculum:

EYFS

Year 1 

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

In addition to our school weekly overviews there are additional websites to use:

BBC Daily Lessons

Extra home learning to support parents 

Art pack flyer may 2020.pdf

Support for children, parents and carers 

Whilst our situation is certainly very different at the moment, safeguarding our children and supporting our families remains our priority here at Woodland.

Listed below are links to various local and national organisations offering support and guidance to people during these unprecedented times. Please read through and familiarise yourself with what is on offer and if you need any further guidance, please do not hesitate to contact school and we will do all we can to help you to access the support you need.

 

The first link details the support available from Rochdale Council to those residents deemed vulnerable, includng contact numbers and email addresses should you need to enquire about this support.

Coronavirus Leaflet - final.pdf

This second link is full of information about who you can contact if you are worried about your child. There are contact numbers to use if you are concerned about the safety of any child, as well as many links to websites offering advice and support for a wide range of issues. These include anxiety and mood and supporting your child to stay calm in the midst of all the changes they are currently facing.

Links and Advice Sheet v2.pdf

Below you will you find a poster designed to help you access the relevant medical support for your child. It is packed full of advice about who to contact in various situations and is broken down into a traffic light based system.

What to do and who to contact if your child is unwell.pdf

For your information, detailed below is the current guidance for professionals in Rochdale around offering EHA (Early Help Assessments) and information about TAF (Team around the Family).

EHA and TAF Guidance April 2020.pdf

The next two links detail the support available if you, or someone you know, is the victim of domestic abuse. The first is a link to a publication that contains both advice and the contact details of several agencies and charities offering support. The second is a guide to help people in emergency situations, where it is unsafe to speak, access the support of the emergency services.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-and-domestic-abuse

Silent_Solution_Guide.pdf

This poster is aimed at supporting young people to look after their mental health and well-being.

_Mental_Health Poster_v2_hr.pdf

The next poster details what to do if you are worried about the safety of a child - it details who you can contact and exactly what action you should take.

How to help a child.pdf

Child Protection and Safeguarding 

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy Woodland Spring 2020.pdf

Safeguarding Covid-19 Policy Woodland.pdf

 

Online Safety

Support to keeping your children safe online

BBC support for online safety 

Resources for parents from Online Safety Day

Parent/Guardian online radicalisation information and support.pdf