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Coronavirus information

Y6 Update 7th June 2020

 POLITE NOTICE:

Please abide by Social Distancing markings around school gates and entrances.  There are clear entrance and exit routes for each gateway. Please stick to staggered arrival times and we will try to reduce any queues as soon as possible

 

From Monday:

Year 6 only - Rivington Rd gate and back fire door entrance   8.30-9.45am

 

Rainbow groups - Front entrance   8.45-9.00am

 

Newsletter for our pupils 2nd June 2020

St Teresa's Stars 3

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Watch more of our fantastic Lockdown Learners as they celebrate through May 2020

St Teresa's Phased Return letter

Re-opening letter from St Helens Council

May 11th Update

Home Learning Stars 2

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St Teresa's Home Learning Stars

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Celebrate the successes of our home learners during Lockdown

A Coronavirus book for Children

Update  21.4.20 Spring Term

The current government advice is that schools should remain closed until the scientific advice tells us it is safe to open. 

St Teresa's will continue to provide for the education of children of Key Workers and vulnerable pupils in school. Staff will operate on a rota system and so your child will get to see different familiar adult over a number of weeks.  

Mrs Brookes or Mrs Burgess will be in school to deal with any problems each week.

Alongside this, staff will also continue to provide detailed work home learning tasks through the individual class pages.  There is an expectation that children will engage positively with these learning tasks and should aim to complete the set tasks each week. 


You may get a phone call from a member of staff from time to time to check on the well being of you and your family and to check that there are no issues with the home learning being provided for your child.  On these occasions, it would be lovely to speak directly to the children and find out how they are getting on.

As of 21.4.20  in line with other local schools, St Teresa's have applied for the national Free School Meal supermarket Vouchers scheme and is currently waiting for these to be delivered directly to families by email via an ecode. This can then be redeemed for a specific supermarket .  We are aware that there is currently a huge demand on the national website, however, if you have not yet received your vouchers, please contact school.

This offer does not include the universal free school meal offer for all Key Stage 1 children. 

We thank you for your continued support and co-operation at this very unusual time.

 

 

Important information for parents from St Helens Council

REDUCED PROVISION OFFER FOR SCHOOL STARTING MONDAY - Please read

Letter to parents

17th March 2020

 

Please see below for the latest links to information from the Government.  As a school, we are continuing to follow guidelines from Public Health England, The Department for Education and St Helens Local Authority.  Information is changing daily and so we will keep you updated as much as we can.  

 

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-stay-at-home-guidance/stay-at-home-guidance-for-households-with-possible-coronavirus-covid-19-infection

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-guidance-on-social-distancing-and-for-vulnerable-people

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