There are many practical issues young people will be worrying about when thinking about coming in to school tomorrow. Where will I eat? How do I get in? Where are the toilets?
Attached is a quick FAQ document for parents to help answer young people’s questions… Everything will also be covered tomorrow period 1.
Did you know that you can contact Moray EPS as a parent during this COVID19 period?
Moray Educational Psychology Service know that school staff are working hard to provide quality information to parents to help their children’s wellbeing and education. As these are unusual and challenging times we would like to provide a wider service to families to help support this work. If you would welcome the opportunity to chat about any social, emotional or educational concerns about your child with our link Educational Psychologist, Kirsty MackIntosh, they can be contacted via email on Kirsty.MackIntosh@moray.gov.uk or a telephone message can be taken on 01343 550999. Parents/carers that already have, or have had, involvement with the service can, of course, make contact in the same way. It is helpful if any emails received contain a preferred phone number for follow up.
Please complete this short questionnaire to let us know how you are coping with home learning, how you feel about how we are communicating with you and setting work.
Keith Schools Food Larder – Request Form May 2020
There is a modest food larder from Moray Food Plus available for all Keith ASG families. We know that folk may now find themselves in very different circumstances, and we are able to help a little by supplying some basic food and hygiene items.
Please complete the request form with your details and we will do our best to help.
A reminder that if you require help and would like to contact a member of staff at Keith Grammar, our admin email address is checked regularly and messages passed on, so please get in touch. We have been able to assist families with referrals for emergency financial help, ICT equipment, and referrals on to other organisations who can help in other ways. These are not ordinary times and we want to help where we can.
Education Scotland are publishing a weekly newsletter for parents and carers to support learning from home.
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The first issue contains learning activities for Literacy and Numeracy, support on wellbeing and a focus on the theme of food. You will also find hints and tips, advice for engaging young people with autism in their learning and a creativity challenge.