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Covid-19 Information & Guidance
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The official guidelines regarding COVID-19 are being updated daily. You can view the
latest HM Government and NHS advice here:
Parents/carers, students and staff are able to contact the Department for Education Coronavirus Helpline for answers about COVID-19 related to education, as follows:
- By phone: 0800 046 8687 8.00am - 6.00pm (Monday - Friday) 10.00am - 4.00pm (Saturday - Sunday)
- By email: email@example.com
Please note that school staff are not medically qualified and are not therefore in a position to give advice on the decisions facing individual families. We strongly encourage parents to seek advice via their own medical practitioner or by calling 111.
COVID 19- School Attendance
Following Government guidelines school reopens to students in Year 10 and 12 in the week beginning 15th June. Students are eligible to attend one day per week according to individual timetables.
Students who are expected to return to school should attend. If a student is unable to attend school on a day that they are eligible to attend, parents / carers must telephone the school absence line on 01895 639227. Until the end of term all absences will be authorised and parents will not face any legal consequences of their child not returning to school at this time, however if there is no communication with the school, a referral to the Participation Team will be made. This information is subject to change following guidance from the DFE.
The full Government guidance regarding attendance can be found on the DfE website using the link below:
Bishop Ramsey School Covid-19 Return to School Risk Assessment - Click here
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Bishop Ramsey works with Place2Be, a children's mental health charity that helps students explore their emotions and feel better about themselves.
If you need support during these uncertain times, the following services are being signposted by Place2Be as relevant and useful resources for young people and their parents/carers.
Kooth is an online service which offers online counselling and wellbeing support. Young people (10-18) can sign up themselves with no referral needed. The service offers a range of therapeutic tools and activities. It is open 365 days a year, currently from 12-10pm weekdays and 6-10pm weekends. This is an anonymous service, everything is pre-moderated and confidential. No personal details or real names are gathered. All the counsellors are trained, qualified and experienced working with young people. https://www.kooth.com
Shout is a 24 hour crisis text service which Place2Be have been working with for over eighteen months. This service is primarily aimed for students aged 10 years plus and is delivered by a team of crisis volunteers. https://www.giveusashout.org
ThinkNinja is an app based services, being offered free of charge during this time to Place2Be partner school students (aged 10-18 years). The app provides support on mental health and emotional wellbeing along with coaching tips for staying well and handling distress. https://www.healios.org.uk/services/thinkninja1
The Anna Freud Centre has developed and delivered pioneering mental health care for over 60 years and specialises in supporting young people's health through times of disruption. https://www.annafreud.org/what-we-do/anna-freud-learning-network/coronavirus/