Every Child. Every Chance. Every Day.

Every Child. Every Chance. Every Day.

 

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Support

 

Food Vouchers

Calverton school have been distributing food vouchers to those families whose children are entitled to the governments free school meals.

If you are unsure whether your child is entitled please follow this link: https://pps.lgfl.org.uk/  you can check your eligibility.  

You need to click 'Check eligibility' then 'Create Account'. 

Once you've agreed to the privacy policy, you'll be able to add your details to make an account.  This will then tell you whether your child is eligible for Free School Meals or not.

If this website confirms that he is eligible, you'll need to go to the Newham website and apply https://www.newham.gov.uk/Pages/Services/Free-school-meals.aspx 

 

The Council will then check your application and will let you (and the school) know if your eligibility changes.

 

Calverton school is open for key worker children and vulnerable children, do let the school office know  if you think your child may be vulnerable or if you think you are classed as a key worker and would like support with childcare throughout the nation wide lockdown.

If any families of children with SEND needs (who have an EHCP) require respite support please call the school office for childcare. 

We do only have limited staff numbers and if we are unable to support we may be able to find a nearby school who can accommodate.

Our office is only partially manned during the school closure, so please do bear with us and leave a message and someone will get back to you asap,

 

Letter - Coronavirus Update

Letter - Coronavirus Closure

Contact numbers and emergency assistance information for parents

For booklets from Cruse Bereavment Care please visit :

https://www.cruse.org.uk/get-help/parents/free-booklets-children-young-people-and-their-carers

Mental Health and Wellbeing – Factsheet (Covid-19 Guidance)

Mental Health and Wellbeing – A list of crisis or emergency contact details

National Support Lines – (Including - Bereavement, Support for Men, Childline, Mind, Moodswings, Over 55s, Mental Health, Eating disorders, Male and Female Domestic Abuse)

 

  

 

 Caroline Crompton Head Teacher

 

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