Latest News

7th September 2021 - Risk Assessment
17 May 2021 - Updated Risk Assessment
Bank Holiday - Monday 3rd May and Inset Day - Thursday 6th May 2021
25th January 2021 - Updated Risk Assessment

Please see the document below.

25th January 2021 – Updated Risk Assessment

6th January - Arrangements for Key Worker and Vulnerable Pupils in School

Keyworker and vulnerable opening 6th January 2021:

Thank you to families for requesting a keyworker and vulnerable place where appropriate.

The school office are now ringing parents to confirm places and to let you know start and finish times for those bubbles. Please do not contact the office yet, we will contact all those who have requested places throughout this afternoon.

Please note that places are limited due to the need for social distancing and staffing levels, and in two areas of school we are now currently unable to accept any additional requests (Years 1 and 2; Years 3 and 4). There are some places left in Years 5 and 6 and in Early years for those eligible.

Online learning is in operation for all other pupils. Teachers sent out work today on See-Saw. Tomorrow we will undertake our teams registers and learning clinics, so that your children can keep in touch with their teachers during this period. Please be patient in case we have any technical issues – this is new to us, but staff have worked really hard to set this up and we are sure that within a day or two it should be running well.

Thank you to all our parents for their support.

Response to Government Announcement - 4th January 2021

As a result of the Prime Minister’s announcement this evening, we are very sorry to have to tell you that school is no longer open from tomorrow. Staff will upload work onto Seesaw for pupils. We won’t do a teams call tomorrow but hope to be up and running on Wednesday.

Please can you complete the survey emailed out today to request a place for keyworker / vulnerable children for planning purposes as soon as possible as we will draw up the registers based on these.

Thank you

5th January 2021 - Updated Risk Assessment

Please see the document below.

30.12.20 IPMAT RA Review Updated

4th January 2021 - IMPORTANT INFORMATION INSET DAY

Please find attached a letter from the Mutl Academy Trust regarding January 4th INSET day.

Announcement 2.1.2021

18th December - School Open as Usual

Please note that school plans to open to pupils as normal on Friday 18th December.

Thank you

Trust Risk Assessment 2.12.20
Remote Learning - Parent Information Updated 13th November 2020
Homelearning - Logging on to register and for learning clinic guides

The document below will help your child log in for a home learning daily register and learning clinic.

Please email sh-enquiries@ipmat.co.uk if you would like any more information.

Children and Family Guide for Microsoft Teams

Updated Risk Assessment 5.11.20

Please click the link below to view the updated Risk Assessment from the Multi Academy Trust.

Updated Risk Assessment 5.11.20

Breakfast club Reopening 5th October 2020

Breakfast club reopening 5th October 2020.

To book places: www.scopay.com/southhiendleysch

To request a new login to book: SH-enquiries@ipmat.co.uk

Please read the COVID arrangement guidelines below.

*PLEASE NOTE ADVANCE BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL IN ORDER FOR US TO CONTROL NUMBERS AND MAINTAIN APPROPRIATE DISTANCING ETC

COVID Arrangements – Breakfast Club Guidelines

Flowchart for if Your Child Has Symptoms at Home or School

See below to see what actions school and parents need to take.

Flowchart

Key Days and Information for Classes

Please click on the document below to find out about PE days, homework and other key days and information for your child’s year group.

Class Information

Home Learning

Updated Guidance for Parents and Carers on the Closure of Educational Settings

The guidance for parents and carers on the closure of educational settings has been updated with additional information on the resources and support available to help parents educate their children at home. The guidance can be found here.

Please see the changes to section 8 – Resources and Support, in regards to home learning.

Please visit the Remote Learning section of our website for lots of fantastic resources to support learning.

Children are welcome to keep in touch with us through our school blog.

Activities for families

Being at home with the people you live with can be great fun but how do you keep everyone occupied? Do you need helpful information and support around your families health and wellbeing? That’s why we have developed the Wakefield Families Newsletter. It’s full of content and activities we think you’ll find useful; whether it is inspiration for things to do indoors, fun foodie activities, or advice around routines and things like sleep – we’ve got you covered.

Download the newsletter here.

Coronavirus- A Book For Children

Home Learning Top Tips

Timetable for Online Lessons on Youtube

Promoting Emotional Well-being at Home

During this time, we are wanting to support and promote the emotional well being of our children. Please visit some of the websites below to find information, ideas and activities that you can take part in.

https://www.childline.org.uk/toolbox/calm-zone/

https://www.gonoodle.com/

https://www.headspace.com/

https://www.childrenscommissioner.gov.uk/our-work/digital/5-a-day/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/tiny-happy-people

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers

https://childmind.org/

https://660919d3-b85b-43c3-a3ad-3de6a9d37099.filesusr.com/ugd/64c685_319c5acf38d34604b537ac9fae37fc80.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0Oa-zujvQvLy0c1o-6V3ACbnYhihTh136G8T01Oqqb8pmRQMQGNcQDGsI

https://www.annafreud.org/what-we-do/anna-freud-learning-network/coronavirus/

https://www.bps.org.uk/news-and-blogs

https://www.childrenscommissioner.gov.uk/publication/childrens-guide-to-coronavirus/

http://www.childhoodbereavementnetwork.org.uk/covid-19.aspx

https://www.southwestyorkshire.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/1561-Wakefield-children-and-young-peoples-mental-health-booklet-FINAL.pdf

https://wf-i-can.co.uk/

Advice for Key Worker Parents

When Your Parent is a Key Worker

Communicating With Children About Covid

Resources

Separation Anxiety Activity Book

Separation Anxiety – Parents Guide

Post Covid Separation Anxiety Poster Parents

Post COVID Separation Anxiety Poster For Children

CAMHS Going back to School

28 day Mindfulness Book

24 hour mental health helpline

Coronavirus A Book For Children 

Advice for parents of children with autism during the coronavirus crisis

Parental calm and support guidance for coronavirus

Young Carers: Lockdown Ideas and Activities Newsletter

Young Carers Health and Wellbeing Newsletter

Young Carers Lockdown Newsletter U11

Online Payments

We now have an online payments system. The link to set-up online payments for our school is SCOPAY

Please speak to the school office staff if you require a replacement password.

Although we do still accept cash, we would prefer parents to use the online system. Cheques should be made payable to South Hiendley Primary School. Please bring any dinner money / cheques directly to the school office in a sealed envelope labelled with your child’s name and class.