Coronavirus Advice Please see our Mental Health & Wellbeing page if you need any help or support – it has lots of useful information and links. Letter to schools from Dean Wallace Director of Public Health – 26 March 2021 Covid19 Advice -Quick guide for parents and carers March 2021 A letter to young people from Gavin Williamson MP, Secretary of State for Education – Education in the media Return to School 8th March 2021 Return to School in March 2021 – Letter from Cllr Dale School to open as normal on 8th March 2021 BBC News February 2021 half term letter 12 2 21 Recovery Curriculum Eyam School 2020 – 2021 How Parents and Carers can help support children’s mental health and wellbeing Remote Education Provision Plan January 2021 Setting up more than one user in the MS Teams App Downloading MS Teams app on your phone Accessing MS Teams via a laptop Letter & Teams Intro Letter to Parents regards Lockdown PE Challenges Letter to Parents 12 Jan 2021 Support Helplines Hello again Letter to Parents 5th Jan 2021 Letter to Parents 04 Jan 2021 Remote Learning Policy (Nov 2020 – Nov 2021) Letter for Parents & Carers (Dean Wallace DCC) 16.12.20 Letter for Parents & Carers (Dean Wallace DCC) 14.11.20 Letter to parents about face masks 17.11.20 Catch up information Coronavirus Test and Trace Information for Parents & Carers Full Opening Plan September 2020 lockdown-lens-may-2020 annex-a-child-protection-policy-template-june-2020for Govs Addendum Child Protection Safeguarding Template Policy April 23rd 2020 Returning To School – Letter to Parents 1.9.20 GDPR Update – Track and Trace; Sharing Personal Data All schools are entitled (and have lawful basis) to share personal data relating to health where necessary where it pertains to employees, pupils, parents and visitors to school under the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018. Our existing Privacy Notice contains confirmation that Pupil Personal Data is shared with the NHS. To be fully transparent we must state “personal data of employees, parents or visitors to school may be shared with NHS/Public Health Agencies where relevant to the Covid pandemic”.Whilst recognising we do have a roll in passing on information with health officials, we abide by strict criteria ; limit the data shared to the minimum necessary, only share data with the appropriate authorities, share via secure methods (e.g. encrypted email). verify the identity of persons making phone calls/sending emails requesting personal data (be aware of the risk of cyber/impersonation crime), keep a note/copy of the data shared at school, notify any individuals whose data has been shared (if practicable). Child Protection Policy updates during Closure and Reopening Newsletter 6 July 2020 29 06 20 Email to parents 9th June 2020 Important_Information_-_Returning_to_School Letter to Parents – Friday May 22nd 2020 BBC News April 2020 TODAY’S_LETTER 20.03.20 Safeguarding Child Protection Policy addendum-april 23rd 2020 NHS Guidance on COVID-19 Guidance for education settings Guidance for education settings Travel guidance for the education sector The latest government advice is here DfE have launched a helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows: Phone: 0800 046 8687 Email: DfE.email@example.com Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)The contact information for Public Health England for the East Midlands is: PHE East Midlands response centre – Tel: 0344 225 4524 followed by Option 0 to get through to East Midlands Health Protection Team, then press option 1, then ask for the Coronavirus Response Centre. They are open from 8am to 8pm. Letter to Parents May 5th 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic is identifying new families within Derbyshire who have seen their personal circumstances change dramatically, have lost income, and may be finding it difficult to claim benefits and seek assistance. We are concerned that there may be some families, now be eligible for Free School Meals, but unsure how to apply or who don’t know if they are entitled. It is important to remember that families who become eligible now will be protected and continue to receive free meals until March 2022 under a new ruling following the rollout of Universal Credit. Taking up this allowance can save a family budget over £400 for each child every year. You can read the letter here Covid19 Free School Meals Letter to Parents March 18th March Covid-19 Letter to Parents We are currently experiencing an unprecedented situation with the rapidly changing advice and guidance around Covid-19. We would like to keep parents and carers as up to date as possible by directing them to the following means of information. The latest advice and guidance from the Local Authority can be found at www.derbyshire.gov.uk/coronavirus. Breaking News March 19th School Closure and Assessments this Summer The Prime Minister announced last night that school would be closing on Friday evening March 20th. Eyam school will be closed ‘until further notice’. There are many issues to resolve including which schools will be open for the children of ‘key workers’, what this provision will look like and who is a key worker. We are waiting for a list from the Government and then request that parents contact us. You will receive information about how to access learning activities and the various login information needed to use some of our learning platforms later today. If you have any questions, please contact your child’s teacher before the end of the week or ring and we will return your call.It has been confirmed that children will not take statutory tests this year. This includes the Year 1 phonics check, Year 2 SATs, Year 4 times table check and Year 6 SATs.As parents this is a very difficult and uncertain time for us all. The whole staff team are working together to make plans.