Returning to school in September
Information for pupils and families
Please note that our telephone system is currently out of use. Engineers are seeking to restore service as soon as possible. In the meantime please contact the school via email at email@example.com Parents/carers of current pupils may also contact us via Class Dojo. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Please see the attached link for information regarding the measures local police will be implementing to help tackle anti social behaviour during school holidays.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION RE COVID-19
To help reduce the spread of coronavirus, if your child develops symptoms of coronavirus within 48 hours of being in school they should have a test. If the test result is positive, parents are asked to please let the school know as soon as possible so we can identify and contact pupils and staff who were direct contacts of the positive case as they will need to self-isolate for 10 days.
For example - your child is in school on Friday . On Sunday (i.e. within 48 hours of them being in school), they develop Covid-19 symptoms. They have a test on Monday and on Tuesday you find out that it is positive - please let school know as soon as possible.
Please let school know as follows:
ring School Office on 678 7711 or
please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This email address will be monitored daily.
Please help us look after everyone in the Meadowside community and their families, many of whom are very vulnerable to Covid-19, by following this information.
Wirral Council has created a quick guide for parents and carers in Wirral around Coronavirus absence explaining what to do if your child or someone in your household shows symptoms of COVID. Please click on the link below:
The Merseyside Prevent team are requesting your assistance in terms of Prevent referrals during these difficult times. There has been a significant decline in referrals and the absence of such safeguarding referrals from areas where we would normally receive regular referrals such as Children’s Services, Vulnerable Adult Care and particularly Education, has been concerning.
I fully appreciate in these times along with agile working, safeguarding teams are all adapting and processes have slightly changed so we are trying to do all that we can to gently remind people of the requirements and the importance of being vigilant and that we in turn are still here to support and assist in the referral process.
I’d also like to take this opportunity to remind you that the link below leads to the ‘Let’s talk about it’ campaign, that advocates working together to prevent terrorism. This is an extremely useful site for all professionals and parents, please see the link below:
Information for pupils and families
Updated information regarding the current situation
Information regarding schools and the COVID-19 situation
We want to raise awareness of a dedicated helpline for children and young people in Wirral that has been set up by the council.
Can you please spare a few minutes of your time to help us improve what we do?
As part of a Department for Education funding initiative for a new Information, Advice and Support Program, Wirral SEND Partnership is gathering views from parents/carers, children/young people and professionals about your experience of our service and suggestions for future development.
Your views will help us to create a two-year development plan and apply for additional funding in March 2019. What you tell us will directly influence how we shape the future service.
All children & young people up to the age of 25 that complete the survey will be entered into a draw for the chance to win £50 vouchers for a venue or shop of your choice
If you would prefer a paper copy of this survey, an easy read version or to speak to somebody face-to-face please contact the service on 0151 522 7990 (option 2) and leave a message, or email email@example.com
Closing date 28th September 2018
Our new Hydrotherapy Pool is approaching completion.
A visit to Thornton Hough Park