12th February 2021
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12th January 2021
COVID Support and Guidance for families
Community Action Bradford and Bradford Council have produced a booklet to inform, advise and signpost support options for residents affected by COVID.
6th January 2021
Supporting Children With Mental Health Concerns
9th December 2020
Beat The Bell!
We would like to remind all parents/carers about the importance of being in school on time. We are currently seeing increasing numbers of children routinely arriving late to school each day. All children should arrive in school between 8:30am and 8:45am to ensure they are settled in class and ready to start lessons by 8:50am. It is essential that we ensure children arrive at school on time to prevent disruption to your child’s own learning and that of others in the school.
23rd October 2020
Guide to COVID for parents/carers
Please refer to this useful guide if you are unsure if a child or family member needs to self isolate or arrange a COVID test
4th September 2020
Applying for Free School Meals
If your financial circumstances have recently changed you may now be eligible for free school meals.
13th July 2020
Connecting Safely Online
To help support parents, carers, and young people with additional learning needs, this hub has been created to offer tailored advice on how to connect safely online across a range of social platforms. Social media allows us all to make connections and breakdown barriers. For many young people, it can be a vital part of staying connected to the world around them. This resource hopes to empower young people with the tools to navigate it smartly and safely.
1st July 2020
School Nurse Newsletter
29th June 2020
Help and support for 9-19 year olds
This service aims to address loneliness and isolation, improve confidence and self-esteem, recognise and value the contributions made by children and young people within their communities and to increase their ability to make positive choices to keep them safe and well
29th May 2020
What to do if you are worried about someone's safety
Are you concerned about someone's safety? If you have a concern about the safety of a child or a vulnerable adult, do not keep it to yourself.