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This is a very worrying time for us all in facing new challenges and new ways of working. At Brookfields School, we are committed to provide as much support for our pupils, their families and our staff as best we can. As always, our priority is the health, safety and well-being of our pupils, their families, our staff and the wider community.
We hope that this information will be of use to you.
COVOID-19 Premium Strategy Statement
In July 2020, the government published information about their COVID19 Premium Strategy “to ensure that schools have the support they need to help all pupils make up for lost teaching time”
Below is the link to the government website about this
By clicking on the link below, you can look at our strategy on how the funding for Brookfields School will be used
For more information, please contact Sarah Strudley (Assistant Head)
Below, is a Social Story which you may like to use to support your child.
Our teachers have prepared resources for pupils can access from home. To access this information, click here
COVID-19 is potentially everywhere. We all have a responsibility to ensure that we are safe, those around us are safe and our community is safe.
Our Risk Assessment V14 September 2021
We are providing vital childcare for the parents of Key Workers. Our role in support helps the vulnerable stay safe, society to function and puts food on people’s tables. Sadly, we are not able to provide care for all.
We need to be mindful that is a single COVID-19 carrier come into a school without detection they will infect the exact students we need to protect. It could have a huge issue locally for you if children bring the virus back to the homes of keyworkers, or vice-versa.
We all must to follow the advice from central government
- Scrupulous hygiene at all times
- Household Isolation
- Social Distancing
Click on the links below for advice and information
Safeguarding – Keeping your Child Safe at Home
At this time, we all need to ensure that children are safe whether that be in the community or inline. At this time when children will potential be spending more time online, parents need to know what their children are doing and who they are chatting to online
Please look at these sites for information about staying safe online
If you have any concerns about a child’s safety of well-being, please contact your local Safeguarding Team
West Berkshire – 01635 503190
Reading – 0118 937 36 41