Our school will continue to provide onsite provision, if required, for the children of ‘critical workers’. If you require critical worker provision for your child then please complete the ‘Critical worker registration form’ at https://app.easyquest.com/q/t5CJz or using the link on Facebook or our school website.
Please find information about the coronavirus below:
Government Website: www.gov.uk/guidance/wuhan-novel-coronavirus-information-for-the-public
Please find below some useful links to provide parents with support during this time of uncertainty and heightened anxiety due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Warwickshire Welfare Scheme
As usual in holiday periods, families can be supported by Warwickshire’s Local Welfare Scheme.
Families need to apply directly to the Welfare Scheme:
Telephone: 0800 4081448 or 01926 359182.
The Welfare Scheme provides basic and essential help for food and energy. This is provided either in emergency food parcels or with credit for energy.
The Scheme also provides help to those whose needs are more long term, who are vulnerable through an ongoing set of circumstances rather than an immediate crisis. The Welfare Scheme will also signpost customers in the direction of other agencies and organisations who can offer help and support.
What Parents and Carers Need to Know About Schools and Other Education Settings During the Coronavirus Outbreak
Information for parents and carers to help prepare for the wider opening of nurseries, schools and colleges from 1 June.
Warwickshire Family Information Service
Warwickshire’s Family Information Service are here to help families, parents, carers and professionals with advice and one-to-one support on issues including family relationships, housing, parenting support, childcare, health and wellbeing and much more. We are here to help, click here for information on how to contact us.
Telephone Support for Parents
Warwickshire Educational Psychology Service (EPS) is offering direct access telephone consultation to parents and carers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This service is available for 4 afternoons each week (Monday to Thursday) for parents and carers who live in Warwickshire and who feel they may benefit from consultation with an Educational Psychologist to support them with concerns that they may have at this time.
Concerns might include:
- How to talk with a child/young person about COVID-19 and any worries associated with it
- How to help children/young people to engage with learning whilst at home
- How to support behaviour that can be challenging or difficult to manage
- How best to look after your own and/or your child’s mental and emotional well-being on a daily basis
If you would like to arrange a telephone consultation with an Educational Psychologist, please phone 01926 742921 or email firstname.lastname@example.org