COVID-19: RETURN AND RECOVERY
All children have been welcomed back into school in autumn 2020.
We are delighted that all children are now back at school. Children are taught by their class teacher and a small team of support staff are with each class ‘bubble’. Here are some helpful documents to help you to understand the precautions we are taking to ensure the safety and well-being of children in school.
Our Recovery plan
We know that our children need time to adjust and recover from the impact of Covid-19 on their lives and their education. We have carefully considered how we will do this in our Recovery Curriculum plan.
We are currently not providing home learning resources as all children are required to attend school. However, should there be a local or national reason for school to close we would resume our home learning offer as below:
Special Needs: For children with special educational needs and/or medical needs, we realise this will have an impact on how Education Health and Care Plans are delivered. Extra attention will be given to meeting the individual needs of children and young people with SEND and their families in the event of school closure or partial school closure.
We do recognise that health and wellbeing are paramount and we appreciate that the level of work that might be undertaken by a child will reflect the situation and circumstances at home.
Note: If a single child or small group of children are isolating for extended periods whilst their year group is still attending school, for example whilst awaiting test results, then work will be sent home by the class teacher that is the same or similar to that being covered in class by their peers.