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Coronavirus - A Book For Children

A free information book explaining the coronavirus to children, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler.


Every Mind Matters

The NHS’s Every Mind Matters campaign has now released expert advice on how best to look after mental wellbeing while staying at home during the coronavirus outbreak. The advice contains practical steps a person can take and includes videos, tutorials and links to other useful resources.


Bereavement Support

Bereavement Support


Rainbows Bereavement Support GB


Dave The Dog Is Worried About Coronavirus

Much like the Mindheart resource, but going into more detail, this story can be used to inform young people about coronavirus and how to combat it while allaying any fears.

Dave the dog is worried about Coronavirus

Home Learning Routines

Some useful resources for parents who are looking to support their children’s learning, including stablishing home learning routines. Consistent routines are important for behaviour and well-being in school and our routines at home have changed significantly. Routines support behaviour and you will be finding a new rhythm with your family.​​

Supporting home learning routines - planning the day

Learning Opportunities

Some useful resources for parents who are looking to support their children’s learning. Learning opportunities are everywhere. You can make anything a learning experience for your child,  just follow the TRUST ideas.

Helping home learning - Talk with trust infographic

Helping home learning - Talk with TRUST comic

Warrington Borough Council Coronavirus Community Support And Volunteering


Warrington Borough Council

NHS North West Coronavirus Information


NHS North West

Kind To Your Mind

Being Kind to Your Mind has never been so important. On the below website you will find a range of useful resources to help you through. If you are looking for tips, advice, apps or even online courses to help with your mental wellbeing – there is something here for you!

Kind To Your Mind

September 2021 Information

From September, whilst we are aware that Covd19 will not have gone away, our latest guidance enables us to lift bubbles and staggered starts and finishes. So these are our plans for the re-opening of school from Monday 6/9/21. Please bear in mind that this may change again should there be any change in infection rates or updated guidance from the DfE or PHE. A slight change will mean that no access will be allowed through the car park. This is for safety reasons.

The School Day

8.45 am Doors open for all children – entrance from either the back entrance or the front entrance. (which ever works for you) Children to wait on the playground near their classroom doors, with family. Please stay with family members and refrain from using the trim trail. RECEPTION children will be able to come in at the back gate, and down the path at the side to the outdoor learning gate and drop off your child in the outdoor area.


8.55 am Start of school day

10.30-10.45 Playtime (all)

12.00-1.00 KS1 lunchtime

12.15-1.15 KS2 lunchtime

2.00-2.15 Playtime (KS1)

3.15 pm End of school day for all children


Please collect your child from the playground outside of their classroom for all children. Gates will be opened at 3.10pm Y5 and Y6 - to collect from the outside door between year 3 and 4 Y4 – from their external door Y3 – from their external door onto the playground Y2 – from their external door onto the playground Y1 – from their external door onto the playground Reception children will be brought to the outdoor area gate by the class teacher.


Full school uniform at all times from Monday 6th September. This includes on PE days. PE kits are to be brought in separate bags, and kept in school for the half term. This kit must also be in line with our PE kit policy i.e. a white t-shirt and navy or black shorts.


Full attendance is critical for the education of your child. If your child is ill, please inform the office every morning before 10am until they return. The school has to monitor and chase any non-attendance and your co-operation with this will save our staff time and enable them to continue with our core purpose. 

Safe and Well Service

If you, or someone you know, needs help or support to stay at home during this time, please contact us immediately. Click the image below to complete the form, or phone one of our dedicated coronavirus helplines: 01925 442441 or 01925 442443.

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Safe and Well Service

How To Talk To Children About COVID-19

This piece of work is a joint effort by the University of Sussex and Sussex Partnership NHS Trust.

Parents are encouraged to use this guide to help educate their children about COVID-19 and dispel myths surrounding the illness.

How to talk to children about COVID 19

Thinkuknow - How To Support Your Child At Home

Schools across the UK are now closed to most families. No doubt this is a worrying time for many parents and carers. Children will be spending more time online at home while they do their school work and socialise with friends - so how can you keep them safe and support them whilst they are online?


Our Frontline

Our Frontline offers round-the-clock one-to-one support, by call or text, from trained volunteers, plus resources, tips and ideas to look after your mental health.

Our Frontline

Young Minds

Visit their Advice page if you are struggling with self-isolation, the coronavirus and the impact it has on your mental health.

Young Minds

Covid-19 Support

Please find information on this page to support you, your family with any Covid related matters.

Coping With Coronavirus


Supporting Children With Separation Anxiety

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