School Reopening Plans

With school fully reopening on Monday 8th March to all pupils we have put together a short video about returning. Please be reassured that we are doing everything we can to make school as safe as possible, if you are feeling anxious about the reopening or have any further questions, please give school a call and we can help to answer any queries. We look forward to welcoming you back!

Updated guidance for parents | supporting children’s remote education

The government have updated their guidance for parents and carers regarding – ‘Supporting your children’s remote education during coronavirus’

There are top tips for supporting children during remote education, including links to information about the Reading Well booklist that supports mental health. Further information is also provided on how to access online resources and services through your local library and online – ‘Support for parents and carers to keep children safe online’.

Remote Learning | Survey Feedback

Thank you all for taking part in our recent Remote Learning Survey, we appreciate your feedback. If you would like to view the results please click – here.

The organisation, National Online Safety have put together some top tips for remote education, please click on the below links to view:

Remote education tips for children

Remote education tips for parents

Updated Information – 5th January 2021

Following on from the communication we sent out last night, the Government has announced that all schools will close from Monday 4th January 2021.

The exception to this applies if your child is vulnerable or you are a critical worker. As we are now in a national lockdown, if you are able to care for your child at home then you should do so.

The definition of a critical worker or a vulnerable child can be found here.

We need to identify who will require our support from Wednesday 6th January 2021 so please can you all complete questionnaire here. We are able to offer a place during normal school hours to those that are eligible. Unfortunately, we cannot offer flexible childcare, so places are offered on a full time basis which supports continued learning for the children. Those children not in school will access their learning online and more details will be shared later today.

We are working extremely hard to ensure we support our families in the best way we can. Not only will we provide remote learning, but we will also be working with our families to ensure the whole school community are supported during this time.

If you do not have internet access or require support to access a device for home learning or any IT support, please contact the school.

Thank you for your support and cooperation.

Remote education provision

Remote education provision

Free resources to support during the Coronavirus pandemic

Please click here to find out more.

The National Online Safety Institute have produced these two guides to support families with remote learning: Remote education tips for Parents and Remote education tips for children

September 2020 information

Risk Assessment


Additional information

From Shropshire Council – the new app –

Department for Education – video about student symptoms/isolating etc –

Department of Health/Social Care – quick clip about hand washing –