Documentation for parents
We use Seesaw as our home learning platform. We encourage parents to read our Remote Learning Statement so that pupils and their parents know what to expect if they need to self-isolate, or where national or local restrictions require them to remain at home.
You can read our School Strategy for Catch-Up Funding here.
Our school’s risk assessment can be found here.
Ideas for the holidays
Lancashire County Council produced some ideas for keeping children entertained over the summer holidays. You might find them useful at the weekends or other school holiday periods too. You can find them here:
Safeguarding and well-being
These resources have been designed to support families during this time:
A child-friendly booklet to help understand the coronavirus, recommended by Lancashire County Council
Helping children cope with stress during coronavirus from the World Health Organisation
Parental tips for those self-isolating
Anxiety Booklet: a booklet about what anxiety is, how to spot the signs, tips for parents, tips for young people and where you can find more help
Happiness Booklet: a booklet about what is happiness, how can we nurture happiness, why a sense of purpose matters, top tips and where to find more
Our well-being email is being monitored regularly. If you have any questions you would like answered, or anything you would like to tell us, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lancashire County Council have been creating home learning resources for EAL pupils. They keep adding new resources to this as they are developed and by using the link below, our Moorside learners who would like to practise extra language games and activities, can continue their learning online. Please click on the ‘Primary’ tab to access the resources. Please let us know if they are useful and if we can support you in any other way.
For advice on the coronavirus and COVID-19 visit the NHS website.
For those of you who have not seen it yet, please visit our Facebook page to see the video the teachers have made for all our children at home last summer.