Keeping in Touch!
Please check our website and school Twitter accounts for up to date information.
We are including updates regarding ‘Covid’ 19 on this page of our website.
Keep scrolling down this page for lots of information for your family.
LATEST UPDATE: ARRANGEMENTS FOR WIDER OPENING OF SCHOOL
PLEASE FOLLOW OUR COVID SAFE PROCEDURES – DO NOT ATTEND SCHOOL SITE WITHOUT CONFIRMATION OF SCHOOL PLACE OR PRIOR APPOINTMENT. THANK YOU FOR HELPING TO MAKE OUR SCHOOL A SAFE PLACE TO BE!
Update 3rd July 2020: Click on link for Newsletter:
Update 29th June 2020: Phase 2 of the wider opening of school is now complete. Our current school capacity has now been met. Capacity has been based upon our school risk assessments in line with Health and Safety guidance we have received.
We currently have children of key worker families and vulnerable children and Year 6 children attending school. All year groups are represented from Nursery through to Year 6. We are reviewing capacity daily and if we are able to invite any other children to return to school we will let you know.
For home learning, please follow Twitter. Families can access this just by going to the Children’s Year Group page on this website or by setting up a Twitter account. We are re sending instructions for setting up a Twitter account and for accessing Oxford Owl Home Reading site. Our next home learning pack will be delivered on Friday, 3rd July.
Arrangements for children returning to school: Click on links below:
Update 22nd June 2020: As part of ‘Phase 2 Wider opening of school’ Year 6 children are the next priority group to be invited to return to school. All Year 6 parents have now been contacted by telephone and asked whether they wish their child to return to school. If parents did not confirm during the telephone call that they wished their child to return to school then they must contact school by Tuesday 23rd June to confirm this.
Return dates and times for each Year 6 group will be sent to homes week beginning 22nd June.
Due to increasing numbers onsite arrangements for entrance to and exit from site will be subject to change please lookout for newsletters and signage around site.
Update 18th June 2020: Liverpool City Council has advised Liverpool Schools that it is now safe to return to their phased approach for the wider opening of schools. We shall commence Phase 2 from 29th June as we are still admitting children of our Key Workers. Parents will be informed week beginning 22nd June which children may attend from 29th June.
The capacity of the school is greatly reduced due to following the social distancing rules and reduced staffing as some staff are required to ‘shield’. We are exploring every avenue to try to increase our capacity including mobile classrooms and marquees!! Unfortunately, we have found they cost many thousands of pounds and therefore are not affordable! We will continue to keep in touch with you by letter, our website, Twitter and by phone.
Look out for our next newsletter and home learning pack which are being delivered on Friday, 19th June.
Click here for the newsletter: Newsletter 14 2020 COVID Safe Procedures
Stay Alert! Control the Virus! Save Lives!
Addvanced Solutions Community Network
Who are they? A community group that supports children and their families living with neurodevelopmental conditions, learning difficulties and/or wellbeing needs.
Click here for information: ADDVANCED SOLUTIONS LEAFLET FOR PARENTS
Click here for latest update: Wider Opening of Schools Update 8th June 2020
- Liverpool City Council has advised against any wider opening of schools to children on 15th June (Phase 2).
- We will not be admitting any other groups of children to school until further notice.
- Key Worker children and vulnerable children should continue to attend.
- We will contact you with a new date for Phase 2 as soon as it is advised safe to do so.
- The safety and well being of all will be at the heart of everything we do.
Click here for latest newsletter: Newsletter 13 2020
Liverpool Position for School Re Opening May 2020
Please read letter below from Liverpool City Council’s Director of Children’s Services, Steve Reddy: (Click below)
• Liverpool schools will continue to be open for key workers’ children and vulnerable children only from June 1st.
• Schools will not be able to open for any other children on 1 June until comprehensive risk assessments have been undertaken.
• All settings will be closed for the half term holiday to children.
• The guiding principle is that schools can only re-open to other pupils when it is safe to do so.
NB. Link for Director of Children’s Services address can be found in Newsletter.
Please continue to our visit website and follow Twitter for further updates regarding our own school’s arrangements.
Click on links below for our staff VE Day ‘Thank you!’:
Link: We’ll Meet Again!
Let’s join hands around our school!
Draw a big picture – arms out wide – of yourself and post it in our letterbox at school when you are out walking with your family and we will display them around our school fence for all to see!
‘Stockton Wood Primary School standing together with hope and happiness.’
Look at what we have so far – click here: Joining hands around our school
Click here: RMeasimaths Log in Update for Parents May 2020
Click here: Newsletter 11 2020
Go to the Children’s tab on this website and choose your Year group to follow your Year Group’s Twitter page each day.
A book for all the family – click here: All About Coronavirus-A Book For Children
Reception Starters September 2020
If you have been offered a place for your child for September 2020 please confirm your acceptance as soon as possible by email: email@example.com
(Proof of address and DOB/Birth certificate will be collected at a later date.)
For appeals please contact 233 3000 – Education Appeals.
We are looking forward to welcoming our new Reception children to our school.
Our usual ‘welcome’ activities sadly have been put on hold but parents will receive information over the next few weeks explaining our new arrangements for September.
National Free School Meal Voucher Scheme Updates and Instructions
Latest update: 29th April
Parents may have experienced some slow running of the online ordering website and the eCode redemption website due to a problem with the system.
This also means that many people were experiencing ‘Invalid eCode’ error messages on the eCode redemption website.
Edenred would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused and reassure you that their teams have worked hard to deploy a solution which has now rectified the problem.
Anyone trying to redeem an eCode and receiving error messages can now try again. For persistent eCode errors, please refer to the troubleshooting guidance below.
Advice for those experiencing eCode redemption errors
If the problem persists: You may have entered the incorrect eCode. Please try to enter your eCode again. If your code is still not accepted, please delete the browsing history on your device – as your device may be storing the incorrect code in its memory.
If you are still experiencing problems, please use the contact details below for further support: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kind Regards Edenred
There is currently high demand for the website (www.freeschoolmeals.co.uk) and families are experiencing difficulties redeeming vouchers. Try accessing website early morning and late evening when demand is less.
Use this website address for frequently asked questions about redeeming vouchers:
National Free School Meal Voucher Scheme Overview
On 20th April, the National Programme for Free School Meal (FSM) vouchers was launched.
We will register families who receive income related eligible FSM children for the National FSM Vouchers. To register families we need an email address.
If you are in receipt of income related eligible FSM please send your email address to our dedicated email including your name and your child/ren’s name: FSM@stocktonwood.liverpool.sch.uk
On receipt of email we will then register your family.
Please note this a ‘no reply’ email – it is purely for us to collect email addresses. Please contact school by telephone with any queries.
Families will then receive an email weekly, from week beginning 20th April, which contains a 16-digit e-Code and a link to the redemption website: www.freeschoolmeals.co.uk.
Vouchers can then be redeemed at Tesco, Asda, Morrison’s, Sainsbury’s, Aldo, McColls, M&S and Waitrose.
This is a new scheme and we too are learning how to use it. We will endeavour to support all our families.
PLEASE SEND YOUR EMAIL TO: FSM@stocktonwood.liverpool.sch.uk ASAP.
Check your entitlement:
If you are unsure whether you are entitled to income related FSM or if your circumstances have changed go to the Liverpool City Council website via this link and check:
LATEST CORONAVIRUS UPDATE!
Staying at Home Guidance
STAY HOME! STAY ALERT! SAVE LIVES!
Schools, colleges and early years settings are now closed until further notice as part of the country’s ongoing response to coronavirus.
46 schools in Liverpool are now ‘Childcare Hubs’. They are open from week days from 9am to 4pm – for children of Critical Key Workers and vulnerable children including those children with an Education Health Care Plan (EHCP). Some Early Years settings open earlier.
Stockton Wood Primary School is a Childcare Hub (9am – 4pm). We are open week days except for Spring Bank Holidays and May half term holiday.
Children who do not fall into these groups should remain at home with appropriate care.
Clarification regarding who has been identified as a keyworker can be found on Liverpool City Council website:
If you are a keyworker and you are sending your child to our Childcare Hub, please note:
- Parents will need to register on arrival for childcare.
- Children should wear comfortable play wear eg track suits and trainers as they will be taking part in play based and sporting activity. Please bring a bottle of water.
- Lunch will be provided and arrangements going forward will be confirmed.
- Arrangements may change from day to day in response to the changing landscape. Please be ready to respond.
- We are following directives from the City Council and the Government.
Parents whose work is critical to the COVID-19 response include those who work in health and social care and in other key sectors identified by the government. Many parents working in these sectors may be able to ensure their child is kept at home. Every child who can be safely cared for at home should be. If it is at all possible for children to be at home, then they should be.
Home Learning packs and guidance have been distributed to children and families.
Guidance for households with symptoms
The Government introduced new guidance on whole household isolation in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak:
The symptoms are:
The full stay at home guidance for households with these symptoms can be found here:
Fabulous news! Following our recent OFSTED Inspection, October 2019, OFSTED reported:
Pupils thoroughly enjoy attending this school.
Leaders ensure that this school is not only a great place for pupils to learn and achieve but also a great place to work.
Read our OFSTED Report 2019 and find out more!
Congratulations to Ella for being elected as a Junior Lord Mayor 2019 – 20 in our City! Aspiration at the heart of our community!
My name is Suzy Price.
I am the head teacher of Stockton Wood Primary School
OFSTED 2015 …behaviour and safety of the children is outstanding, characterised by exemplary conduct around the school and attentive listening.
Welcome to our website.
If you have any suggestions about information that you would like us to display on the website please let us know.
Our school is located on a large attractive site with lots of green space which supports outdoor learning and our school building provides us with excellent facilities including generous ICT and library facilities which support life long learning and a ‘Space for Sports and Arts’ for school and community use. We have a truly excellent learning environment for the children.
Our vision is to ‘Lay the Foundations for Life’ to ensure our children have developed vital skills for the future. Thus we go beyond the National Curriculum providing a value driven curriculum that promotes Restorative Practice, Emotional Well-being and ‘LifeSavers’ – financial education. We strive to raise aspirations, develop talents and to ensure that all children receive a rich, broad and balanced curriculum and we promote ‘adventurous learning’ by working in partnership with services across the City – Libraries, Museums, Galleries and Leisure Services.
We value achievement and attainment. In recognition of this we have been awarded the Basic Skills award on a number of occasions. We have also been awarded the Primary Science Quality Mark, the Health and Well-being Award, the School Games Award for delivery of the National Sport Strategy and Investors in Pupils for promoting pupil voice. We are also very proud to have been awarded the Gold Awards for the Liverpool Reading Quality Mark and the Liverpool Counts Numeracy for Life Quality Mark. We are currently preparing for the Arts Mark too to reflect our rich curriculum that provides opportunity and wide ranging experiences for our children.
Such awards reflect our drive for high standards and our aspiration, how hard everyone in our school community works together and the value we place upon the support we receive from our families.
We are committed to keeping children safe. We provide a safe environment in school for the children and promote good behaviour. The curriculum includes materials and activities designed to help children to develop self confidence, healthy attitudes and personal safety. All our staff have received ‘Child Protection’ training.
‘We love to read and count at Stockton Wood!’
Check out our website to find out how our school community uses maths in every day life and to find out how you can encourage reading for pleasure!
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