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COVID-19 Coronavirus Information

The school are continuing to follow guidelines set out by Public Health England and the daily updates we receive from the local authority. Further support and advice can be sought by visiting the following website:

Please click the link below to access our Home Learning page.
For information, resources and activities to support your child's return to school please follow the link below.

Families Under Pressure


The following link has some videos about dealing with difficult behaviour and negative emotions, we hope you don’t need to use them but they look very useful if you are having such problems.



You've Got This

This is one of four videos created by Respond with the theme of 'Coping with Covid'. Covid-19 has brought change and uncertainty for everyone. But families who have loved ones with a learning disability and/or who are autistic, are likely to find this period of time even more challenging than most.

Thanks to the Government’s extra £750 million coronavirus funding for frontline charities, Respond has produced these videos in collaboration with families with lived experience to help other families get through this unprecedented time.

Animated by Alice-Rose Parker

School Updates for Parents
next #OnlineSafetyAtHome pack is now available for you to download, containing new activities for parents and carers to use at home! Access them here: 








You can also access our new guidance for parents and carers designed to help them manage some of the key challenges they are telling us about in our survey.



The Parent's Guide To Coping With School Closures

FAO of children under Speech and Language Therapy - Email/Letter Home

If you are looking for more information around COVID-19 (Coronavirus) you can find other information here:

The NHS and Public Health England information is here

Public Health England
Here is a link to guidance on people that are in social or community care and residential settings. It includes supporting people in their own homes.
Information about people who need to stay away from other people as they have health conditions. This is called the Guidance on social distancing and for vulnerable people

Learning Disability England are sharing information all on one page you can find it here

Inclusion Europe has written some easy read information you can find it here

The Down Syndrome Association has written some easy read information you can find it here

Carers UK has some information about making a plan you can find it here

Easy Read Online has written some easy read information you can find it here

Photosymbols have made some really useful posters around COVID19. You can find the posters here:

How to stay safe

What to do if you get ill

Coronavirus and health issues