Parents who have a general or urgent query, we ask you to still use the email address: email@example.com. Teachers may not be able to answer your admin or urgent queries, or respond within the timescale you may be expecting.
Due to the number of potential messages staff could be receiving, we ask that parents and children are patient when waiting for a response.
Above all, whilst children’s learning is important, the health, safety and well-being of all our community comes first. Parents must not feel pressured to create formal learning environments and timetables as recently seen on the news and some social media sites, or even complete all the learning tasks – they are there for you to use as you need.
We want all of our pupils to have positive experiences at home through these difficult times. Your family’s health and well being is the priority.
We are all in this together and we thank you for your patience and understanding at this difficult time.
We will continue to update this page on our website and Facebook page often so keep visiting to for new ideas.
Click here for information on‘Self-Isolation and Mental Health: Practical Strategies for Managing and Supporting Staff and Pupil Wellbeing’ from The National College.
Click here for informtion on ‘Minimising Disruption and Practical Steps to Ensure Continuous Learning’ from The National College.
Click for a letter regarding school reopening on Monday 8th March.