Safer Internet Day 2021 is nearly here. On February 9th, a national day of Internet Safety will be celebrated in many schools. We’ll be focusing our lessons on the best ways for children to stay safe online, which is especially important with all the fantastic home learning that’s going on. To find out more information, as well some excellent activities, click the banner above.
For more information on Remote Learning, click the Remote Education banner above.
Here you will find all the latest information related to our school and the current pandemic.
Nursery Opening Information
Letter from the LA 11/01/2021
list of vulnerable and key workers:
Kingsley Risk Assessment (January 2020):
Whole school RA version 14
Kingsley Remote Education Policy:
Home Learning Timetable for KS1 and KS2
Home Learning Timetable for EYFS
For more information, please refer to our Kingsley Remote Education Policy
Face Coverings at Home Time
Translation of guidance for parents and carers on early years providers, schools and colleges in the autumn term:
Important Information for November 2020:
Important Information for October 2020:
Important Information for September 2020:
There is considerable guidance on each local area’s CAMHS website,
including how to seek support if a young person is in crisis:
In addition to each local area’s Early Help Directory we have
created a national safeguarding resource hub to sign post
children, young people, families and professionals to appropriate
services or guidance. Below are a selection of some of the
agencies supporting mental health and well-being that can be
found on the hub: safeguardingresourcehub.co.uk/
Sustrans Outside In provides fun ideas and inspiration for parents
to bring education, health and wellbeing activities into their home.
Parents can access resources by registering for our free parent newsletter.
Over four weeks, they’ll receive weekly videos, themed activities, games
and challenges designed by our experienced school officers.
Previous Risk Assessments: