Welcome to our 'one-stop' shop for all things Covid-19 related. We hope that by locating all the documents in one place parents, staff and governors can locate information they require quickly and easily. If you have a specific concern or query that you cannot find the answer to on this page please contact us.
School Procedures, Plans and Policies
Covid Related Procedures
Covid Action Plans and Risk Assessments
Contingency plan for home learning - Covid 19 (added 24.9.20)
Covid Related Policies
Coronavirus Track and Trace Privacy Notice (added 10.9.20)
Other Covid Related Information
Symptomatic children action list for schools from the DfE (added on 8.9.20)
Support and Advice
Our priority, as always, is that our children feel safe and happy. Safe and happy children are then ready to learn and challenge themselves. Our 2020/21 curriculum is titled 'Bisley Bounce Back' and it priorities children's mental health and well-being. Teachers are ready to support children in the classroom and the Inclusion and Pastoral Team are ready to support your child and you as a whole family.
Our Inclusion and Pastoral Team
Our team including Designated Safeguarding Lead Joolz Miles, Mental Health First Aider Sarah Tidy, and our Pastoral Workers Chris Hunt and Amy Swan, are offering support for any family who might find they need it for any number of reasons. Annalisa Charman as SENDCO and Liz Somerville as our ASD inclusion Lead can offer support where needed.
Please make contact through the email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to make a referral or speak to them regarding your child or someone in your family unit.
A member of the team will be on hand each day to help support children who find returning to school a little tricky or are anxious.
Concerns about a child
Where a child has specific needs / concerns identified by their parent (eg high anxiety, mental health concerns) it may be that the pastoral worker speaks to and advises/ guides the parent, sends resources through to support, or signposts to other support services. For children who are in school the pastoral worker can work directly with the child. If the child is at home isolating or unwell the pastoral worker can work with the child remotely.
Support for the whole family
Our Inclusion and Pastoral Team are here to support the whole family. If you find that you have had a change in circumstance, for example a relationship breakdown, loss of a job/house/earnings or have a family member seriously unwell please do let us know so that we can support you.
We can also signpost and offer support for parents and older siblings too, or signpost to agencies such as ‘Your Sanctuary’, CAP, Safe Haven, crisis line etc. We can offer support or signpost with subjects such as substance misuse, domestic violence, exploitation etc.
Help with food
Amy Swan coordinates our food bank and makes deliveries each Thursday. If your family need our support with the food bank, please contact her at email@example.com . If you have donations and wish to leave them at school, please kindly bring them in during the normal school day to the bench outside the office, observing social distancing. We are also able to supply foodbank vouchers for the Woking Foodbank.
Please do use the email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07553 180384 to keep us informed of any change to your family that we might be able to offer support with.
Additional Advice Available
Hub of Hope - A nationwide database for signposting to various support services. https://hubofhope.co.uk/