This will be a testing time for many of us. We all need to get through this change to our lives together by sharing advice and support with each other. Yours and your children’s well-being is important. While the sun shines it is a little easier to get children outside to play but as the lockdown takes effect it will become increasingly difficult. Please keep in touch with Head Teachers and staff, via email whether your children are attending school or not if you feel there is anything, we can do to support you.
Please look at some resources below that you may find useful.
Please visit the Community Links page for local support which you may find useful.
Please visit the Bridge Schools Trust 'Covid-19' page for information and regular updates on our response to Coronavirus (Covid-19).
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This is understandably a challenging time for everyone. For
many, our day-to-day lives have changed so much over the last few weeks.
If you are feeling anxious about Coronavirus (COVID-19), here are some tips that you may find useful.
Please do take time to talk to your family, friends and contact helplines should you wish to talk about the virus. Alongside this, try to keep some basic routine with your children, if they are at home with you.
Gives you useful guidance if you are worried about staying home, self-isolating, staying indoors, continuing to take your medication ...
NSPCC - online safety
This link supports you to understand the risks and keep your child safe online ...
Really helpful for managing stress within the home, hygiene, routines, keeping active ...
Guidance if you or someone you live with has symptoms. Stay hydrated, time periods for isolation, keeping your family safe ...
The sites below may be useful to support you in keeping your children safe
online: There are more links under our 'Useful Links' menu tab (under 'Keeping Safe' on main menu).
Balancing adults and children's worries
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From June 2nd 2020, St Cleer Primary is open only for children of key workers, vulnerable groups and Year 6 children. We will update parents and carers regularly as the situation changes.
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