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Welcome to
Park Spring Primary School

‘Achieving Together’

 

Current COVID-19 Advice

Letter from the Local Authority for Parents and Carers – July 2020

Updated Leeds Position letter for Parents July 2020

26 June Update from Headteacher

26 June 2020 - Park Spring Update Letter

Attendance Letter – Government Guidance 

EH amends Attendance letter parents (002)

Behaviour Policy Annex 1 Covid 19

Behaviour Policy Annex 1 Covid 19

 

Possible Reopening of School to More Pupils in June 2020

Please see the document below regarding possible reopening of school to more pupils in June.

200522.Covid19 - Return to School Let Rec Y1 Y6

 

Please see below for the school’s latest advice on the Coronavirus outbreak.

Covid19 - Return to School Let Rec Y1 Y6

SAFEGUARDING NOTICE FROM OUR DESIGNATED SAFEGUARDING LEAD

As a school, we are aware that COVID 19 brings pressures to children and families in our school community and beyond. Our designated safeguarding officers have been keeping in touch with families regularly and teachers too have ensured that all families have been contacted. We have been committed to ensuring all our children have enough to eat, as well as in our efforts to signpost those families in need to agencies/services that can help.

Today (20th April) we have received notification of further guidance from the LSCP team (Leeds Safeguarding Children Partnership) that has been shared with all Leeds practitioners working with children and families during the COVID-19 pandemic. We share this with you for transparency – please see below:

As the COVID-19 virus continues to put pressure on children and families across Leeds it’s important to ensure that practitioners can assess information that is helpful, informative and can support them when working with families

To facilitate this the Leeds Safeguarding Children Partnership (LSCP) have created a new section of their website with lots of helpful information on safeguarding children, young people and families during the COVID-19 pandemic and suggestions on how to do some things differently.

Information and guidance is currently available on:

•             using volunteers

•             Things to consider when visiting families

•             Talking to children about the Corona Virus

•             Looking after yourself, and

•             How safeguarding services are operating.

The website is regularly updated as more information is made available. Make sure you are kept informed and up to date with any new advice or guidance being produced by checking back on the website for the latest information.

www.leedsscp.org.uk/COVID19

As we have previously shared with you, our designated safeguarding officers are available every day (Monday to Friday) if you need to share any worries or concerns.
In the mean time we miss all our families and cannot wait until we are all back together again. Stay safe and stay well,
Yours Sincerely
Mrs Chapman

 

Below the recent updates, there is a list of the school’s E-learning platforms.

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL HOME LEARNING PACKS WILL BE SENT HOME WITH CHILDREN CURRENTLY IN SCHOOL TODAY (19 MARCH 2020). FOR ALL THOSE WHO ARE NOT CURRENTLY IN SCHOOL WE WILL ARRANGE DELIVERY OF THE PACKS

Corona V Letter parents links to services 2020

ADVICE FROM LEEDS CITY COUNCIL:

Letter To Parents COVID 19 - 23 March 2020

INFORMATION FOR THOSE WHO ARE ENTITLED TO EMERGENCY CHILDCARE:

Family agreement and information For those entitled to Emergency School Childcare

 

Copies of the Learning Packs can be found here:

Learning Resource Packs

Park Spring Primary COVID 19 update Friday 20 March 2020

CV Letter March 17th 2020

Corona Virus social story

The following E-Learning is available for children to access at home:

TimesTables Rockstars –  times tables practice.
Numbots – learning to add and subtract.
Topmarks – interactive maths games with quick fire questions on number bonds, times tables, doubling and halving, multiples, division facts and square numbers. Includes hit the button.
Mathletics – learning for students in the classroom and home, through interactive activities, games and challenges.
Numberblocks – Available through the BBC iPlayer. Teaches early number skills.
Phonics Play – Phonic games for EYFS and KS1.
Hungry Little Minds – Simple, fun activities for kids, from newborn to five.
AlphaBlocks – EYFS and KS1 can watch as the letters of the alphabet tell stories and make words using phonics.
Spelling Frame – Spelling Frame includes all the words – both statutory and the example words – from the National Curriculum for Spelling for Year 1 to Year 6.

Select pupils also have access to the following E-Learning systems:

Lexia – addresses the development of oral language, reading, spelling, and writing skills for students who are learning English. Students learning English will develop fundamental reading skills.
Bedrock – increases students’ engagement with reading, whilst directly teaching them academic vocabulary.
Reading Eggs – the online reading program that helps children learn to read. There are also great grammar and spelling activities to try as well.