Coronavirus Information

Update: Reach Primary Learning Centre is currently closed. The website and our Twitter page will be kept updated during this time.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

15/05/2020 Covid-19 Update:

Please see below some useful resources recommend by the Cyber Crime Prevention Officer at West Yorkshire Police;


“Cyberland” is a suite of fun educational games designed to educate young inquisitive minds and introduce them to the world of cyber security as well as the Computer Misuse Act.

https://www.cybersecuritychallenge.org.uk/what-we-do/schools-programme/cyberland

Virtual Cyber School is a programme of over 200 cyber themed educational games and challenges which can be accessed online but registration closes on 01/08/20.

https://cyber-school.joincyberdiscovery.com/

Cyber First will be hosting “Summer Camp” online schools between June – August 2020 which are two weeks long but are only half days to educate them in cyber skills.

https://www.smallpeicetrust.org.uk/cyberfirst


23/04/2020 Covid-19 Update:

Covid-19 can be a confusing, worrying and overwhelming subject for children, and it’s a time when lots of aspects of our lives have changed, which can be difficult for children to understand and accept. It can also be hard for parents/teachers, which is why a creative activity can help.

The Feelings Jar activity can be for the whole family/small group of children to do or individually with one child. It encourages recognition of and safe expression of feelings. Please see below instructions for this fun activity - remember to take pictures and tweet @ReachPrimary.

Feelings Jar

21/04/2020 Covid-19 Update:

CEOP's are excited to tell you that their third #OnlineSafetyAtHome pack is now available with new activities for parents and carers to use at home!

Access them here: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/professionals/our-views/onlinesafetyathome-resources/?utm_source=Thinkuknow&utm_campaign=03f521e658-TUK_ONLINE_SAFETY_AT_HOME_21_04_20&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_0b54505554-03f521e658-64869545


20/04/2020 Covid-19 Update:

As the COVID-19 virus continues to put pressure on children and families across Leeds it’s important to ensure that practitioners can assess information that is helpful, informative and can support them when working with families

To facilitate this the Leeds Safeguarding Children Partnership (LSCP) have created a new section of their website with lots of helpful information on safeguarding children, young people and families during the COVID-19 pandemic and suggestions on how to do some things differently.

Information and guidance is currently available on:

• using volunteers

• Things to consider when visiting families

• Talking to children about the Corona Virus

• Looking after yourself, and

• How safeguarding services are operating.

The website is regularly updated as more information is made available. Make sure you are kept informed and up to date with any new advice or guidance being produced by checking back on the website for the latest information.

www.leedsscp.org.uk/COVID19


02/04/2020 Covid-19 Update:

Please read our Online Safety April 2020 briefing.

Online Safety Briefing Sheet (002)

We would like to assure all parents that we are committed to the well-being of all children and staff within our school community. We are working closely with the Department of Education and are receiving daily updates, which we are actioning as appropriate.

Please see the link below for the latest information from the NHS with regards to symptoms of COVID19, what to do if you have those symptoms and the best courses of action to follow here

Self-isolation guidance from Public Health England – Stay-at-home-guidance

Government information Government response

Leeds NHS up-to-date information Leeds NHS

Gov.UK – Tracking Coronavirus cases

Please see the videos below with regard to the best way to wash your hands –

Below is also a selection of resources available for parents from the Leeds Prevent Team:-

1. NSPCC NetAware provides a useful guide to social networks, apps and guide.

2. National Online Safety have produced a series of top tips guides to support remote learning for Parents, Children and Teachers.

3. Thinkuknow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline for different age groups and parents.

4. Childnet has produced a Parent and Carer Toolkit which is a collection of three resources designed to help you talk to your child about their online life, manage boundaries around family internet use and point you in the direction of where to get further help and support.

23/03/2020 Covid-19 Update:

Please read the latest message to parents and carers from Leeds Children and Families Directorate:

Letter To Parents COVID 19 - 23 March 2020

16/03/2020 Covid-19 Update:

Please read the letter below:

LETTER