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St Teresa's Catholic Primary School

Coronavirus Updates

12 November 2020 - BBC Bitesize

The BBC is making its BBC Bitesize lessons for children aged five to 11 available on the CBBC channel to ensure they are as widely available as possible.  Follow the link or visit: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

12th June – Covid Updates to Behaviour

4th June – Risk Assessment – partial reopening

4th May – Covid 19 updates to safeguarding and SEN policies

30th April – Helping children cope with stress during the 2019-nCoV outbreak

31 March – Free School Meals (Shopping voucher scheme)

 

From Monday 6th April, school will provide every eligible Pupil Premium child with a weekly shopping voucher worth £15 to spend at supermarket (Morrisons, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Waitrose or M&S) These can be sent electronically or as a gift card which you can collect from school. Those eligible will receive a text later today. If you do not receive a text, please renew your application for Pupil Premiumon 01772 532 109 (Open Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm)

20 March 2020

 

From Friday 20 March 2020 school is closed until further notice for vast majority of children. Families should be self-isolating and avoiding social contact. Children should not be playing out.

 

A few children are able to come into school for child care but this is for the key workers and vulnerable children. These families have been contacted and will receive an additional letter in an envelope tonight. The maximum number of children we can take is 35 (20% of our intake). Please note that normal education is suspended for all children.

 

Staff will be in school and you can phone school for advice. We will continue to support our families as much as possible.

 

Those children entitled to free school meals will be contacted next week regarding food parcels. Please remember these are only for those families who have applied online for free school meals and have been approved. This is not the same as children in Key stage 1 and Reception class who receive universal free school meals.

 

Staff will continue to work both in school and from home. Further information will be sent out as soon as we know anything. We will keep you updated regarding food banks and food markets.

 

We appreciate that this is a very difficult time for our whole school community and we thank you for your continued support during these unprecedented times. Remember that we are only a phone call away.

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