Covid 19 - Potential Reopening
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Sunday 10 May, we are now aware of the intention of a phased return of schools over the summer period. Parents and teachers heard this news at the same time and now we are all thinking about what this might mean for our school. We have been planning ahead and we will be working hard to put these ideas into action over the next few weeks to ensure the safety of pupils, their families and our school team.
Primary schools are starting their phased approach with Reception, Yr1 and Yr6 pupils. We know that Special schools will work towards a phased return without a focus on specific year groups which will allow us to develop a more flexible and personalised approach. Government guidance has been issued and we are working through this new information and will work closely with parents, health professionals and staff to enable us to create a phased plan that works for everyone. There is no obligation to send your child into school if asked to and no action will be taken if you decide not to send them in. Please check the school website and Facebook page regularly for updates. We will be contacting all parents by phone before half term to give you an update. We will also send a text message to alert you of any updates to these pages. Take care and Stay safe.
I am proud to be the Headteacher of a school where the team strive to ensure they do everything possible to enable the pupils to be happy, safe and achieve to their full potential. All of our pupils have a range of special educational needs but every child is treated as an individual and they astound us with the things that they achieve.
Our vision statement is ‘Learning for Life’. At Green Park we meet the needs of pupils aged 3-19 years with complex and profound learning difficulties and provide a range of teaching groups offering different learning styles. We work hard to ensure pupils are successful and we celebrate and recognise achievement and effort in all areas of the curriculum. We have developed an exciting curriculum in line with the National Curriculum and it reflects the needs and interests of our pupils. At all times we aim to inspire, motivate and challenge our pupils to make progress in small steps.
We work closely with parents as this partnership is crucial in helping pupils make their best progress. We are always willing to hear what you think we can do better. Visits to the school are always welcome and can be arranged though the school office. We hope you enjoy finding out more about our school through our website.
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The City of Wolverhampton Council has published a leaflet stressing the importance of children attending school regularly and outlining when a leave of absence can be granted.