27/08/2021 Schools Covid 19 - Operational Guidance
19/11/2020Please click this link
We have been asked by Staffordshire County Council to share the following information with Staffordshire residents in a bid to identify more cases of Covid-19 and reduce the spread of infection.
Public Health England has produced a letter for schools and colleges to share with our Parents and Carers which explains when a child requires a Coronovirus (Covid-19) test and what the symptoms of coronavirus (Covid-19) are. The intention of the letter is to support you in identifying when your child might need to self-isolate as a result of displaying coronavirus (Covid-19) symptoms and to answer some of the questions you may have around testing.
In line with the re-opening of school to a wider cohort of students and in order to keep children, staff and visitors safe in school we have produced our Covid-19 Risk Assessment.
Please read below the Re-opening and Risk Reduction plan for Bridge Short Stay Secondary pupils.
15/07/2020 Letter re Travelling to School
Communication from Staffordshire County Council. Please see a letter from Tim Moss, Assistant Director for Education Strategy and Improvement, regarding the Transport to School for Students in September 2020.
02/07/2020 Letter re Wider Opening of Schools
Communication from Staffordshire County Council. Please see a letter from Tim Moss, Assistant Director for Education Strategy and Improvement, regarding the wider opening of schools.
02/07/2020 Please take a look at this guidance here.
Dfe updated information on what parents need to know about schools, colleges and other educational settings during the CV-19 outbreak.
19/06/2020 Letter to Parents/Carers - Positive Start
9/6/2020 Please take a look at this document here.
In order to keep students, staff and any visitors safe on the Bridge school sites, we have produced a CV-19 Re-opening of School risk assessment.
DfE updated information on what parents and carers need to know about schools, colleges and other educational settings during the CV-19. outbreak.
Click on link below for a CAMHS website that was created for young people, carers and professionals pooling together lots of helpful resources from across the internet that are available to help support your mental health and well-being. It is really worth a browse.
In addition, see below other websites you may wish to browse, to help support your child's mental health and well-being during this difficult time.
Gov.uk - Guidance for Parents/Carers on supporting children & young people's mental health & well-being during the Covid-19 outbreak.