inued ‘first position’ is that we continue to receive updates from each Local Authority’s Public Health Departments, Public Health England and the Department for Education on how we should be responding to the changing situation. We are working with our schools to do all that we can to keep them open and to ensure the safety of the pupils, families, staff and communities linked to our schools.
The guidance remains to follow the guidance provided by the DfE and the NHS on the following links. These links are updated very regularly (the latest government advice is updated daily at 2pm) and will form the basis of any response from the Trust and Trust Schools.
The DfE also have a helpline that parents can contact if they have specific concerns. 0800 046 8687 or email DfE.firstname.lastname@example.org
Recovery Curriculum - Information for parents
On Monday 7th September all children and young people returned to school and engaged in our recovery curriculum. This is so that we could ensure that we have a really good understanding of where their learning is, on an individual basis, in order that we can best plan for their learning journey over the forthcoming year. To explain the approaches we will be taking, and why we need to take this approach, Jane Thomas - one of our School Improvement Partners, has prepared a short video for you so that you can gain a clear understanding of what we have beendoing in our schools as we support the children and young people in our care back into school-life following an extended period of being away. The video can be found on our new YouTube Channel, and on this link.
Please select an Academy to view location