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Educational Psychologist Support Offer

27th March 2020

Birmingham Educational Psychology Service is providing a telephone helpline for any parent/carers who feel they would benefit from a consultation with a psychologist to support them with any concerns arising at this time, for them or their families.  Please click here to find out more.

School Closed 30th 2020

27th March 2020

 

Dear Parents/Carers, due to low numbers of children requiring the school to be open, Sladefield Infant School will be closed on Monday 30th March to all children.  School will reopen for the minority of children from Tuesday 31st March.  

Safe internet use during the outbreak

25th March 2020

During the school closure its important that when the children are working online we keep them safe.  The UK Safer Internet Centre website can help families as their children are spending more time online at home. The website https://saferinternet.org.uk/ has resources for you to use at home,  that will be of particular use at this time. 

We have a lots of information on our E-Safety page found here

School Closed 26th and 27th of March 2020

25th March 2020

Dear Parents/Carers, due to low numbers of children requiring the school to be open, Sladefield Infant School will be closed on Thursday 26th and Friday 27th March to all children.  We will continue to offer the 'grab bag' lunches for all of those children who are eligible, who will receive a text message each morning.  

If you need to contact the school urgently on Thursday or Friday, please call the school on 0121 327 0662.  If your call is not answered, please email us on enquiry@slfield.bham.sch.uk  or send us a message via the 'Contact' page of the school's website.

Coronavirus (Covid-19) New Information

19th March 2020

As I am sure you all now know we will be closing on Friday for the foreseeable future as directed by the Government.  We are currently awaiting confirmation from the Government of the key workers they want to be supported by schools, for example doctors, nurses and police officers etc by us continuing to take their children into school. 

We will be asking you to let us know as a matter of urgency if you are employed in any of these roles and whether you want your children to attend school.  This will enable us to only have the necessary number of staff in school to teach the children and keep them safe.  You do not have to send your children to school but you must make adequate arrangements for them to be cared for at home.  The Prime Minister was very clear that children 'should not be left' with grandparents or others in groups vulnerable to contracting the virus.

We will update the website during the day once this list of key workers is published.

In the meantime please ensure that you have read the most up to date guidance from the Government about social distancing and other measures you should take to keep yourself, your family and vulnerable members of our community safe.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-guidance-on-social-distancing-and-for-vulnerable-people/guidance-on-social-distancing-for-everyone-in-the-uk-and-protecting-older-people-and-vulnerable-adults

Sladefield twinning with a primary school in Zimbabwe

22nd November 2019

Exciting News! Sladefield Infant School have had an amazing opportunity to be twinned with a primary school in Zimbabwe. Mwembe Primary School is a large school that is similar to our school. It is hoped that this collaboration will enable all the children to have a better understanding of each others values and rights, no matter where they are in the world. Click here and take a look to see our new international community in Zimbabwe which we are all part of.