Letter for parents
Letter from Andrew Buckton
Letter to parents
Inviting you to take a survey about the reduced provision and home learning offer.
Please complete the short survey asap which will close at the weekend https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/5XKD8WD
CORONA VIRUS UPDATES
Letter from Carrie Osmond regarding September
WHOLE SCHOOL COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
We are running two activities in between now and the end of term which we hope will bring the whole school community together and spread a bit of colour and happiness.
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Many students will be spending more time on line during lockdown. We have produced some Online Safety Tips which we hope you will find helpful.
Please find an update from Carrie regarding PHASE 2 with more specific information regarding Home Learning.
Please find a letter from Carrie about the next phase of opening our school.
We have now completed our staff and pupil risk assessments and we will be sending out letters next week with provisional offers for priority children for the slightly extended Phase two provision offer.
Next week is half term week and I have strongly advised all of our hard working staff to take a full break. If you need to contact school, the primary site provision will be open and you can ring 01454 866754 between 8.30- 3.30.
Take care, Carrie
Please find information for celebrating Eid safely during the pandemic.
|Celebrating Eid Al-Fitr in Lockdown Guidance – Muslim Council of Britain (MCB)
PRESS RELEASE 18 May 2020 Celebrating Eid al-Fitr during the Coronavirus: MCB releases guidance on how to celebrate safely Eid Al-Fitr, the celebration at the end of Ramadan, is due to be marked by Muslims across the world on the 24th of May, subject to the sighting of the new moon. With the UK having…
Please find attached information about annual reviews, and the parent views document.
Please find attached a letter from Andrew Buckton about the most recent government updates.
Please find attached letter from Carrie regarding the address from Boris Johnson last night.
Please find attached the latest newsletter from Carrie.
Here is a letter about access to Boardmaker Online and its features. If you do not want your child to be set up please contact the school by Wednesday 13th May either by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or let your child’s class teacher know:
Letter to parents re Boardmaker 07 05 2020
Information from Family Fund:
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We’ve put together a web page dedicated to listing specific help and support from organisations that provide services, advice and other help to families raising disabled or seriously ill children.
Read more here: ow.ly/Ft5n50zsZxF
Fire safety information:
Please find information attached for those concerned about domestic violence during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Please find SENsational newsletter attached.
Please see below some useful information from the LDT
Useful information and resources
Please find some useful information and resources for you and your families on this page.
As ever, make sure you read any documents, watch videos and check any apps before sharing them with your child.
These have been written by our behaviour lead, Karen. They have been adapted for students on both primary and secondary site.
This is a very challenging time for us all. Krissie, our mental health lead, has put together some ideas and resources for you to use at home.
Please find below a letter from Vicky Ford MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families, which will be of interest to you.
Welcome to New Siblands School
New Siblands School occupies two sites in the market town of Thornbury on the outskirts of Bristol. The Primary School shares the building and facilities with our friends and partners Gillingstool primary school. We are two distinctive schools with some shared values – two schools, one community. Our Secondary School site is about half a mile away and offers our pupils a fantastic new learning space to move onto as they get older. We have an active programme of inclusive learning opportunities with local secondary schools Castle School and Marlwood School.