We are really looking forward to welcoming all our children and young people back to school for the start of the new term. Our staff have been working tirelessly over the summer to write risk assessments and prepare the building to ensure the safest possible return for all our pupils and staff.
We have put together a comprehensive document which we hope will answer many of the questions you may have, please click the link below to read it:
To complement this guidance, we would also like to show you our comprehensive risk assessment:
We have also made some short films showing where the new drop off and collection points, entrances and exits are:
- Drop off and collection points
- Primary entrance and exit
- Secondary entrances and exits
We totally understand that you may still feel anxious and have more questions. We are more than happy to discuss these with you, please get in touch with us to talk through any worries you may have.
As our guidance document explains, at the start of term we will be following a recovery curriculum using the underpinning principles of Barry and Matthew Carpenter’s approach, The Recovery Curriculum. Barry Carpenter has worked with Books Beyond Words to publish two stories here which can help children make sense of their experiences during the coronavirus pandemic, communicate their feelings and prepare for more change as they go back to the classroom. You can also find the books below: