It's so sad to find ourselves in lockddown once again, but we know it's safer for our school community, however I am very aware of the toll this is going to take on our children and families. We are here to support you as much as we can and we are always happy to talk to you and give any advice we can.

It's really important that we keep ourselves as fit and well as possible during the COVID-19 outbreak. It can be very challenging to cope with change to routine, working at home and also coping with trying to get children to complete a little bit of learning all at the same time!  I will try to keep this page updated with new ideas as they come along but here's a good link to start with.

You are always in our thoughts. Keep safe and well from Mrs Hammond!


An updated resource from ELSA to share with your children to help with the return to school.


Here is some new support just been released from the Children's Centre

Children's Mental Health Week - 2021 - some updated resources to support you at home.

This is current support from the Anna Freud centre.

LOOK HERE - A brilliant opportunity to have a free consultation with an Educational Psychologist to support children with anxiety and wellbeing during this period.

Updated support from Educational Psychology - click here



This is aimed at staff, but has some really useful ideas.

The powerpoint we used at school in assembly is here to download - children will be familiar with this.

Click here for the NHS guide to wellbeing.

Click here for child friendly information from the BBC.

Click here to listen to a book for children about Coronavirus, read by Hugh Bonneville.

A social story to support children to understand Coronavirus can be found here.

A NHS guide for parents on when to seek medical help is here.

A booklet for parents about supporting anxiety in children is here.

Click here for a printable booklet about Coronavirus.