Hello to all our GAA families,
Just like many, we know that you’re all at home throughout the Easter break – so we thought we would come up with some ideas for virtual days out, alleviating boredom and expanding minds!
Please click on the link below – Making the most of the Easter Holidays:
In light of the Covid-19 (Corona Virus) outbreak, Government guidelines state that from Monday 23rd March 2020, if it is at all possible for children to be at home then they should be.
A list of key workers as defined by the Government are detailed here:
You may be asked to provide evidence of your Key Worker status such as a recent payslip or bank statement.
May we also remind you that if you or any member of your household develops symptoms associated with the Covid-19 (Corona Virus) disease, then you should all self-isolate for 14-days. Please refer to the Government guidelines, the most up-to-date of which can be found on the Government website (www.gov.uk).
With our very best wishes,
Mrs J Langley
The SEND Pupil Support Service is now offering a Parent Helpline. The service is for the parents/carers of children with EHCPs, currently not in school. The service will offer support and guidance to parents who have SEND children at home, and who are currently struggling to support, engage and/or manage their SEND needs. The SEND team may be able to suggest strategies to help parents and carers to engage their child with work set by school. The helpline will be available to parents from Monday 30th March 2020, and will operate between the hours of 9am-1pm.
Helpline details as follows: Monday – Friday:
9am to 11am: 0161-3438381 11am to 1pm: 07971132375