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The Beeches Primary School

The Beeches Primary School

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    Your Designated Safeguarding Lead is: Ms H Marsden. Deputies: Mrs A Jacklin and Mrs A Bishop. If you need to report a safeguarding concern or need advice during the Coronavirus lockdown. email: 

    Updates during a school closure


    Free Training for parents.


    Positive play help for parents


    Letter to parents


    More resources for Parents - click HERE

    9.04.2020 - More resources here.

    Activities for the Family

    Parents Mental Health

    1/4/2020: Please see the below links for an online resilience course for parents during the Covid-19 situation.

    It is important to safeguard children whilst they are away from school. These are some websites to help you support your children:

    More support for parents

    Wellbeing for Children and Families

    More materials have been added to support schools and families with children’s wellbeing on the Home Learning Hub here:

    There’s now a section called ‘Explaining the coronavirus to young children’ with resources including a new book by Nosy Crow, illustrated by Axel Scheffler (The Gruffalo); as well as the Children’s Commissioner’s Guide to Coronavirus.

    We aim to work in close partnership with parents and carers so that children can make the most of their time in school. We are always pleased to meet parents in order to celebrate some special achievement,  their child's participation in their class assembly, or to share concerns.  A half termly school newsletter is produced to inform parents of events taking place in school. Formal parent/teacher meetings are held in the Autumn and Spring terms, and the school often holds special parent meetings as the need arises to discuss the many things that go on in school and to ask parents and carers their opinions.

    In addition, teachers are available to discuss matters with parents and carers at the end of the school day at 3.10pm should the need arise, however an appointment may be necessary.  A bi-lingual assistant is always available if required. The Headteacher is also available to discuss matters with parents. Again an appointment may be necessary. Children often bring home letters and forms from school. It is important that the child gives these to parents and carers. Always ask your children when they come home if they have a letter for you and please always check their book bag.

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