We are delighted that NHSG is now open fully to all of our pupils every day.
I realise that the reopening of school brings mixed emotions; we are extremely pleased that there is a return to some level of normality and relief that the girls will be able to come into school for face to face lessons, and spend time with their peers. I also recognise that some parents and girls may feel anxious about their return.
Our meticulous approach to following Government and GDST Health and Safety guidelines will give parents at NHSG confidence that we are doing all that we can to make our school as safe as possible.
I also want to let you know that our pastoral team will be supporting the girls through this time, and providing help wherever needed.
At NHSG, we will continue to deliver an outstanding education irrespective of the circumstances and we embrace and acknowledge the challenges the current situation brings and are all very much looking forward to completing the Spring and Summer Terms in school.
With my best wishes
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Pupils returning to school on 8th March 2021
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Parents may find the following helpful.
- Read what you need to know about coronavirus (COVID-19) on Public Health England’s website here.
- You can also visit the NHS website for full information about coronavirus, including answers to common questions.
- This is a useful advice sheet if your child is unwell in any way during the outbreak.
- Mental health as well as physical health is also critical and this link provides support and guidance on looking after children and young people during the coronavirus outbreak.
- This Healthy Schools Newcastle document provides a summary of helpful resources to support children and young people
- Action for Children is offering free online parent support for families with children age 0 – 19
- Access the Positive Project Managing Your Mind Programme through Firefly
- This is a helpful resource for talking to your children about growing up and puberty from Newcastle City Council