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Information for Parents of Children who are learning remotely at home

You will receive communication from your child's class teacher regarding their remote learning and what is expected of them. This will also contain a timetable to help structure your child's day. All children are expected to complete all Remote Learning if well enough and staff will contact the parents of any children that are not accessing, completing and uploading their learning. (All information is contained under the Remote Learning tab on our website. Further information has been, and will continue to be, emailed to parents.

Information for Parents whose Children are off due to Covid-19

Children under the age of 18 now only need to isolate if they have tested positive via a PCR test for Covid-19. We understand that Covid affects people in different ways, with some feeling extremely poorly, and others feeling OK. All children will have work set for them during their time off school by their class teacher. Please only complete this work with your child if they are well enough to do so. If your child is too ill to complete work, please let their class teacher know via the class  We ask that any learning that is completed please be uploaded to the child's SeeSaw or Tapestry (Foundation Stage) account.

In order to ensure that learning is continued St. Peter's Catholic Primary School has developed the following plan. Within all plans, teachers will set appropriate work in-line with our current curriculum, these will be supplemented by a range of resources provided by Oak Academy. Parents/ guardians need to make sure that children are supervised whilst using the internet to ensure that they are only accessing content that is appropriate to them. Children have recieved e-safety lessons in school and should be aware of how to keep themselves safe online and what to do if they don't feel safe, or view something inappropraite.

Children MUST self-isolate for the time stated by NHS Track and Trace.

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