These are unprecedented times and we are reviewing our COVID-19 strategy on a daily basis, as government advice changes. Advice can be found at Gov.uk and NHS.co.uk
Social Distancing - a useful NHS poster to explain social distancing:
School updates/letters that have been emailed to parents can be found in Parent Information/Letters.
Remote Learning: Students can access work from home - visit the Remote Learning page for more information.
BSL Interpreting Service: details about www.BSLHealthAccess.co.uk online on demand interpreting service for UK’s Deaf Community
Child Friendly Leeds: find out how Child Friendly Leeds is supporting families during this time including ideas for activities and competitions.
LGBTQI support: Stonewall guidance during the COVID-19 pandemic is available on their website.
SEND support: Online webinars available for parents and carers to support their children at home during the lockdown. Government guidance (19 April) for parents and carers supporting children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)
UCAS: Year 13 students can access Coronavirus information from the UCAS website.
We will also be posting updates, when we have them, on our Facebook (@allertongrangeschool) and Twitter (@Allerton_Grange) pages.
Students can email firstname.lastname@example.org if they would like to get advice or support from a member of our team.
Update for Parent/carers
Public Health England’s (PHE) guidance currently states that all school age immunisations are suspended whilst the schools are closed but will be rescheduled. We are waiting for further details of what the rescheduled “catch up” will be. It is likely this will be done within schools or within community clinics but we do not know when this will happen. You do not need to do anything; the consent you have given will be carried forward. You will be contacted by a nurse if it is necessary to discuss any consent issues we have.
MISSED IMMUNISATIONS ARE NOT AVAILABLE FROM YOUR GP
The outstanding immunisations affect some pupils in Year 9 (School Leaving Boosters) and the 2nd dose of HPV for all children in Year 8.
If you have any questions please email the team on email@example.com as we are unable to take phone calls at this time.
The School Immunisation Team