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Thank you for your continued support as we make every effort to make a calm and measured response to the current health crisis in our area. The safety of our students, staff, and families continues to our top priority, and we – as a team – are closely monitoring the situation while also paying strict attention to the communications and recommendations from government, and national health authorities.

Coronavirus advice for educational settings poster

Parent & Carer IAT CEO Closure letter 20.03.20

Coronavirus Stay at Home, Saves Lives advice from the Government 08.04.20


Emotional Health and Wellbeing Support from Redcar and Cleveland Mind.

R&C Mind COVID-19 Information Hub  This hub pulls together all the local supporting agencies, and resources specifically related to the Covid-19 pandemic. There are specific links to mental health support for adults and children and young people. 

Link to the hub

Future Focus Project   We have temporarily changed our criteria and are now accepting referrals for any young person aged 14+ who are experiencing emotional wellbeing or mental health difficulties.  Support will be offered by telephone, resources sent by email/post, and we have online chats available. This is  a free service. 

Anyone wishing to refer can enquire to or call 01642 296052(option 2)

The Junction   Support for Children, Young People and Families

Please find below a link to The Junctions new weekly newsletter:


 💡  Home learning ideas see links below: 💡 

Home Learning Science Ideas            Daffodil dissection instructions

It is nearly Easter and Easter means chocolate

KS2 Home Ideas for Easter Break      EYFS Home Ideas EYFS for Easter Break

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