COVID 19 Information

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Covid-Policy-for-Remote-Education-2020 : The purpose of this document is to ensure consistency in the approach to remote learning for all pupils (inc. SEND) who aren’t in school through use of quality online and offline resources and teaching videos. Provide clear expectations members of the school community with regards to delivery of high quality interactive remote learning. Include continuous delivery of the school curriculum, as well as support of motivation, Health and Well-Being and Parent support. Consider continued education for staff and parents (e.g. CPD, Supervision and Meet the Teacher). Support effective communication between the school and families and support attendance.

Remote Learning Evaluation (March 2021) – The top 5 responses suggests a high percentage of the respondents were supportive , had the space, equipment and a positive attitude to enable them to attempt the remote learning curriculum.  The majority of parents agreed that the amount and level of work were about right for their child. Google Classroom and Evidence Me were positively received along with the individual feedback from class teachers to their pupils. 

COVID Outbreak Management Plan (Updated December 2021)We will only implement some, or all, of the measures in this plan in response to recommendations provided by our local authority (LA), director of public health (DsPH), Public Health England (PHE) health protection team or the national government

Risk Assessment for Schools Addendum V19 : the latest procedures and protocols based on DFE guidance.  Risk Assessment for Schools Addendum V19 (February 2022)

Behaviour policy addendum coronavirus :  When pupils are in school, we expect them to follow all of the rules set out below to keep themselves and the rest of the school community safe. Staff will be familiar with these rules and make sure they are followed consistently. 

Safeguarding Policy 2021 – Covid update November 2020:  Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) remains in force throughout the response to coronavirus (COVID-19). Lickey Hills Primary School and Nursery will follow current government guidance to maintain the school as a safe place for pupils. LHPSN will take reasonable steps to protect staff, pupils and others from coronavirus (COVID-19) within the education setting.

How-to-Stay-Calm-in-a-Global-Pandemic-Free-ebookDr Emma Hepburn is a clinical psychologist, with expertise in neuropsychology, who has over 15 years’ experience of working with and treating mental health difficulties in both the public and private sector. She is passionate about bringing psychology and evidence-based mental health information beyond the clinic room to a wider audience and encouraging people to proactively look after their mental health. 

Recovery Plan 2020 : The purpose of this document is to support staff in planning for the recovery of the school’s curriculum by identifying priorities. The schools safeguarding ethos and policy remain at the core of the document and safeguarding should, as always, remain a thread throughout the curriculum.

 Covid-19-Catch-Up-Premium-LHPSN:   The catch-up premium is funded on a per pupil basis at £80 per pupil. LHPSN will receive £32, 080. The spending of this money will be down to school to allocate as they see best. The purpose of this document is to identify he impact of lockdown on pupils at LHPSN and the school’s priorities for raising attainment using this additional funding. 

Advice for parents and carers on looking after the mental health and wellbeing of children or young people during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak can be found on this link;