Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
On this page you will find tabs which will link you with information from the School and Government, home learning resources, wellbeing support and contact details for other services if you need further support and advice.
Headteacher Update 26.7.2021
Dear Parents and Carers,
As a school community we have overcome so many barriers over the last 16 months since the first national lockdown. It has been such an incredibly difficult time for everyone and we have been so grateful for your support during this time. Our staff team have worked extremely hard in very challenging circumstances to try and provide both onsite and remote education and additional support. We have been amazed at the resilience of the children who have settled back into school so well, but there is no doubt that their learning and progress has been impacted by the disruption. To reassure you, we have worked hard to ensure they are back on track and making progress again.
Moving forward, we will continue to deliver excellent whole school enrichment projects i.e. Outdoor Learning Week and Black History Month, which have been a significant feature of our Recuperation Curriculum this year. We will also continue to buy in additional therapy and specialist services (i.e. sports coaching) to support all children and young people across the school, as we are mindful that this is something that really enriches their wellbeing, learning and personal development.
We are hopeful that next term, as national restrictions ease and the risk decreases, that we can gradually make changes to get back to normal; which will of course mean that we can welcome you back into school and we are actively looking at how we can support that when it is safe to do so. I will write to you early next term to update you regarding our plans.
Until that time, please stay safe and we hope to see you all in person soon.
Rosehill Whole School Risk Assessment (Covid-19)
Safe Travel Guidance
Please see the following sections for information on the following subjects:
Health and Safety Information
Coronavirus Track & Trace Scheme
We hold a lot of data and, as part of our statutory duty, it may be necessary for us to share that data on request by Public Health with NHS Track & Trace workers, so that we play our part in making the programme as effective as possible.
It is likely that we may be asked to provide contact details if a case of Coronavirus or a suspected case arises in our school. There is an obligation to support Government planning and we will provide details if requested to do so. We will be sharing data on the basis that this is a Public Duty and that, in the case of any health data, it is necessary for the public interest.
We have put a copy of our Coronavirus Track & Trace Privacy Notice on the school website (Click Here)
If you need to book a test for your child please use the following website (Click Here)
Local Support for Families
For anyone who is experiencing difficulties accessing food there are local Food Banks and Community Based Social Eating Projects available. You can also call the Council on 0115 915 5555.
Safeguarding, Health and Wellbeing Information
Safeguarding and Wellbeing Support for Families
If you have any concerns about a child’s safety or well-being during any holidays, please contact the school, or Nottingham City Local Authority 0115 9155555. You can also make a self-referral with Children and Families Direct 0115 8764800.
Please see the contact details for the Heads of Department if you require any additional support:
- Adele Harvey A.Harvey@rosehill.nottingham.sch.uk
- Amy Davies A.Davies@rosehill.nottingham.sch.uk
- Tamara Riddell email@example.com
If you contact us over a holiday break, we will endeavour to get back to on return to school.
Families Under Pressure
Please see the following website – https://familiesunderpressure.maudsleycharity.org/ It has information on managing anxiety, negative emotions, boosting positive emotions and how to communicate better with your child.
Mental Health Information
We have put together a page with lots of resources, activities, songs and videos. This can be found at the following link
Inclusive African Adventure Yoga for Children, with Makaton
An inclusive children's yoga session, using Makaton sign language. This session will take you on a Yoga journey, all the way to Africa, to look for animals. Click here to view this great resource
Helpful Guide for Families with Disabled Children
Contact have made available a guide for families with disabled children full of information and help. This can be found on their website at the following link
Autism Alert Card
The National Autistic Society have produced a card that you can carry with you that you can show to people if your child becomes anxious or stressed, it includes information about how people with autism may need a little more support. This card can be found at the following link and printed. Click Here
Remote & Home Learning
Home Learning Activities and Resources
We have continued to add new and engaging learning activities to our website; Please follow this link for more information Click Here
If parents/carers are struggling to download information from the website, please call the school office 0115 9155815.
E-Safety – Keeping your Child Safe Online
To help keep your child safe at home whilst using the internet, please look at E-safety information which can be found in the home learning page. This includes guides on how to set up parental controls on devices and how to help your child understand ways they can protect themselves online.
Cory's Animal Channel
Look at the videos at the link below and listen to Cory telling us about the animals.