All Trust schools are following the advice from Public Health and the DfE in relation to how to respond to COVID-19.
These links provide you with official information from the Government and give the most up to date advice.
- COVID-19: guidance for educational settings from GOV.UK
- COVID-19: Specified countries and areas with implications for returning travellers or visitors arriving in the UK
- Public Health England
All our Trust Campuses remain open for the children of key workers and vulnerable children.
There is a huge, almost overwhelming, amount of information about home schooling, e-safety and staying well both physically and mentally. To try and help you we list below just a few of the most recognised links to advice.
In the first instance you can email the admin address for the campus your child attends. If you need an urgent response, particularly out of school hours, please email the Trust office via firstname.lastname@example.org as that address is being monitored seven days a week from early in the morning until late in the evening and we assure you of a prompt response.
For national helplines The NSPCC has published advice and support for parents and carers during the lockdown:
You might also find these links useful:
The Trust’s acceptable use policy remains in force and the link to CEOP to report any worries is still at the bottom of the home page of each campus’ website.
Routine, physical exercise, talking to parents and carers and continuing to communicate with friends, albeit via electronic devices remain important for all young people.
If students are feeling particularly anxious, they may find some of these sources of support helpful:
Suffolk Emotional Wellbeing Hub: helpline 0345 600 2090 ( Mon – Fri 8am – 7.30pm)
Please continue to get in touch with us if we can help.