On this page school will post useful information and links to sources of support for our families during the pandemic.
Please also remember that you can contact the school at any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org - this account is monitored regularly, every day.
How will keep school as safe as possible during the pandemic?
This FAQ document below has been produced for parents to explain all the new health and safety measures our school has put in place in response to the pandemic. A copy of this document has also been emailed to the parents of all children on our school roll.
Safeguarding Concerns during school closure
If you are concerned about the safety or well-being of one of our pupils at this time, please follow the procedures on our safeguarding pages.
Please also see this important guidance from Warwickshire Education Safeguarding Service around helping children to review their personal support networks.
You do not need to stay at home if you are suffering from #DomesticAbuse
There is help to support you - there is #NoExcuseForAbuse
Police and support services are still available – call 999 if you are in immediate danger.
Find out more: NoExcuseForAbuse.info
Twitter Tags: @CRASAC @coventry_haven @FWTCov @Kairos_WWT @CovPartnership
Facebook: @FWTCov @CoventryHaven @relatecoventrywarwickshire @CRASAC @Kairos.Coventry
Home Learning Links
In addition to the individual packs sent home by Class Teachers, school have provided a wide and growing range of links to online resources to promote home learning, many of which children should be able to access independently.
With so many of our children accessing these online learning resources from home, it has become more important than ever for parents to remind children to employ the good online safety practices taught in school.
Managing coronavirus conversations with children
A free downloadable children's book about the coronavirus, illustrated by the award-winning Gruffalo artist Axel Scheffler:
Warwickshire Educational Psychology Service (EPS) is offering direct access telephone consultation to parents and carers during the Covid-19 pandemic:
Warwickshire Schools Health and Well-being Service - Weekly Newsletters
SEND Support during school closure
As you may already know, Loxley buys into regular support and advice in school from SEND Supported. Our professionals are still providing support to our staff and families during the coronavirus outbreak, albeit remotely. One of the ways they are supporting is by providing weekly newsletters for our families. These contain many engaging ideas and resources for all children, not just those with SEND, so please do take a look.
Loxley parents - please see weekly email updates from Mrs Barrick for the accompanying resources to the SEND Supported newsletters.