Tuesday 5th January 2021
I am writing to give you an update on our initial plans in response to the government announcement of school closures, alongside the national lockdown. We are of course very sorry, that schools are once again partially closed for pupils, with the exception of vulnerable pupils and pupils of critical workers. At Ladybridge, our priority is to provide the highest possible quality of education for all pupils and we will continue to support your children whether in school or at home throughout this time.
Safeguarding and Support
This period of forced school closures can be an unsettling time for many families and as a school, we aim to continue to support our pupils in every way possible. Safeguarding procedures remain in place and the Safeguarding team in school will carry on monitoring the welfare of our children.
Should any of our families have concerns around the safety or wellbeing of children from our school community, you can contact members of the Safeguarding Team on the following email addresses: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Remote learning for the childrne of Ladybridge is an expectation. We have tried to create a package which offers high quality education, whilst being mindful of children and families sharing electronic devices. Each class will have 2 zoom sessions each day. For most classes, there will also be 4 activities to complete at home, some of these activities may have links to websites to offer further support. Children will be expected to attend zoom sessions where possible (Please contact the school if this is an issue) and send photographs or screenshots of completed activities throughout each day.
Timetables, zoom links and work packs can be found on Class Dojo on your class page, but can also be located in the Remote Learning folder under School Closure on the website if this is easier for you.
We will keep in touch with you via phone, email and on Class Dojo - please do not hesitate to contact your class teacher if there are issues which arise.
As always, we would like to thank you for your continued support during these difficult times.
Please look after each other and stay safe.
Emma Hill - Headteacher