Remote Learning Statement

 

Home Learning Documents

Statement for Home Learning

Contingency Plan

  

Remote Learning Policy

Remote Learning Policy

Remote Education Provision (Department for Education Document)

 

Please be sure to regularly check the local authority’s ‘Covid Liverpool Page’ for the latest updates. 

Please click here for a link to their website (opens in new window).

Please click here for a link to their Twitter page (opens in new window).

Rapid Lateral Flow Coronavirus Testing for Parents/Carers/Adult Household Members

We have been requested by the City Council to promote lateral flow testing. The following link will provide you with information about this service. 

https://www.gov.uk/order-coronavirus-rapid-lateral-flow-tests

Risk Assessment During Covid-19

Parents/Carers, please  click here to see the latest update of our school’s Covid-19 Risk Assessment (opens in new window).

Please note our Risk Assessment will be regularly reviewed and updated, by the Senior Leadership Team.

Covid-Policy Addendum 

 (opens in new window).

Appendix 1 – Child Protection Covid-19 (opens in new window)

Appendix 1 – Attendance Covid-19 (opens in new window)

Recent Letters/Updates

Parents and carers guide: What to do if someone has symptoms of COVID-19 – please click here (opens in new window).

 

Useful Links

Helplines for Settings and Families

In response to the current coronavirus pandemic, Liverpool Local Authority’s SEND Support Services
would like to offer advice and support to our settings and families during this difficult time.Please click here to see the full list of helplines (opens in new window)

 

 

 

 

 

Please be aware that although the Bethel Church is currently closed, they have informed us they are willing to offer support, food, clothing and advice if you contact them via the email on the flyer.

 

 

 

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WellChild are offering services such as picking up prescriptions, food delivery and delivery of PPE to families with vulnerable children.
 
Please click here for more information, and to see if you are eligible.

Domestic Abuse

Police guidance on the ‘999 silent solution’ call:

The 999 call system allows all 999 callers to access support if they are unable to speak during the call.  It is important that either a noise is made or that 55 is pressed.  For example, if you can only make noise, such as tapping the handset, coughing, crying or even talking to the offender, then these actions will alert the attention of the BT operator.

For support:

In an emergency always, ring 999.   Using a silent 999 call followed by 55 (or tapping/coughing into the phone) will enable police to respond.

National Domestic Abuse 24 hour Support Helpline: 0808 2000 247

RESPECT National Helpline, perpetrators (9am to 5pm): 0808 802 4040

Support directories:

https://ehd.liverpool.gov.uk/kb5/liverpool/fsd/results.page?qt=domestic+abuse&term=&sorttype=relevance&sr=20

https://www.victimcaremerseyside.org/home/who-can-help.aspx

http://respect.uk.net/contact-us/

Or ring:

Liverpool Domestic Abuse Services                                                             0151 263 7474

Merseyside Domestic Violence Service                                                       0780 272 2703          

South Liverpool Domestic Abuse Services                                                  0151 494 2222

Ruby Project                                                                                                0771 428 9180

Savera UK (honour based abuse & harmful practice specialist)                  0800 107 0726

Worst Kept Secret Helpline (Merseyside)                                                    0800 028 3398

Support for children:

Young Persons Advisory Service (YPAS)                                                     0151 707 1025

NSPCC               

Support for men:

Men’s Advice Line (Freephone)                                                                     0808 801 0327