Thank you for your continued support as we make every effort to make a calm and measured response to the current health crisis in our area. The safety of our students, staff, and families continues to our top priority, and we—as a team—are closely monitoring the situation while also paying strict attention to the communications and recommendations from government, and national health authorities.
Keeping Children Safe Online
Please find attached that two following links from Alan Earl who you may have met at either our previous DSL event s or National Conference in January 2019. As there is a wealth of information already out there about online safety and managing connectivity between school and children and their parents during the current COVID-19 Coranavirus Pandemic, we have used these trused sources to support you as professionals but also for you to share with Parents about how to keep children safe online at the time.
We will continue to send you any information that we feel may help you at this time.
Redcar and Cleveland Mind
This hub pulls together all the local supporting agencies, and resources specifically related to the Covid-19 pandemic. There are specific links to mental health support for adults, children and young people. R&C Mind COVID-19 Information Hub
Link to the hub https://rcmind.org/corona-virus-information-hub/Future Focus Project
We have temporarily changed our criteria and are now accepting referrals for any young person aged 14+ who are experiencing emotional wellbeing or mental health difficulties. Support will be offered by telephone, resources sent by email/post, and we have online chats available. This is a free service.
Anyone wishing to refer can enquire to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01642 296052(option 2)
Please see updated messages from you class teachers under Home Learning