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Coronavirus Updates

Feedback from our recent Health and Safety Visit from Stockton Local Authority.

I wanted to say thank you for your time yesterday; I can see a lot of hard work has gone into the re-organisation of the School and this is reflected in not only the layout of the premises but also the positive attitude of staff and pupils. Plenty of evidence was collected during our visit that demonstrated the good control measures in place, as well as ensuring these measures were documented and shared with staff. The 4 key areas of the visit (social distancing, hand hygiene, cleansing of surfaces and mental health support for staff and pupils) were covered well and it was great to see pupils making the best use of outdoor spaces too.

As always, guidance and advice is updated on a regular basis so please ensure all associated documentation and staff briefings are kept up to date.

Other than that, well done!

Kind regards,

Hattie Dell’Aquila GradIOSH

Health & Safety Advisor

Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

Finance & Business Services

Municipal Buildings

Church Road


TS18 1LD

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Please click on the documents below to see our up to date information about COVID-19. - Updated 31.12.20


Oak National Academy

The 'Oak National Academy' website has now gone live. This site is backed/funded by the DFE and is available for pupils and parents to use. It covers Reception to Y10, they will be producing 180 lessons per week covering a range of subjects delivered by teachers. The Dfe have also produced a list of commercial educational resources

Click on the link below to access the DFE website

Oak National Academy

Click on the link below to access the DFE resource list

DFE list of resources for home education

We have produce two video tutorials to help you nativigate your way around the Oak National Academy  website





BBC Bitesize

Bitesize is the BBC's free online study support resource for school-age pupils in the United Kingdom. It is designed to aid pupils in their school work. Click on the link below to access the Bitesize website.


We have also produce a video tutorial to guide you through BBC Bitesize.




Professor Brainstorm

Home Science Experiments

This page contains some experiments that you can do at home whilst the schools are closed.

You won’t need any special equipment - just yogurt pots, Pringles tubes and other

bits and pieces that you can probably find easily at home.

The experiments are aimed at Primary age children (aged from 4 to 11 years)

Unlike some science experiments that you might find described on the Internet,

all of these experiments do actually work. 


NHS Advice

Useful sites for Mental Health and Wellness Support

Number Fun Portal

Click on the link below to get a free 30 day access to Dave Godfrey's Number Fun Portal.


Support for Parents and Children

PE Activities

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