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Isolation Social Story

For a visual version of this story please CLICK HERE Notre Dame Isolation Support Social Story for Students We have now been off school for just over a week and things have changed so much in that time and more rules have been put into place by the Government. We have now been asked to stay in our homes to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus that is responsible for the disease, Covid-19. We know that we already have a lot of rules and guidance that is in place to help stop the spread of this virus and we should still follow this guidance as well. Remember that you should wash your hands more often than normal and make sure that it is with soap and that it is for at least 20 seconds, but

Coronavirus Support Story

What is the Coronavirus? Coronaviruses have been around for years and are usually transferred between animals, this one has muted and has been able to spread to humans and this is called Covid-19. It is respiratory disease, a bit similar to the cold or flu, but because our bodies have not been exposed to this before we do not have the full immunity to this. What will happen is the more people who are infected and survive will have immunity to it. This will then lead to more and more people not being infected and society becoming as immune as it can be to it. The same thing happened with the flu in the early 1900’s. Why and how has life changed? The Coronavirus is very contiguous and is tran

Notre Dame Key Workers Social Story

As we know this is a very worrying time for everyone and for you as a student at Notre Dame. None of us have experienced anything like this before and even adults are worrying a little bit about the whole situation, but that is okay. None of us like it when we don’t have all of the information that we need and when things are out of our control. Some of you will still be going into school after they close on Friday, while others of you will not. For those of you who will be going into school it is really important that you understand why this is happening. Your parents or carers are really important people and they have been identified as key workers. This means that they are really importan

Notre Dame Coronavirus Social Story for Students

For a visual story please click here This is a very worrying time for everyone and for you as a student at Notre Dame. None of us have experienced anything like this before and even adults are worrying a little bit about the whole situation, but that is okay. None of us like it when we don’t have all of the information that we need and when things are out of our control. The world has been through this before and it is called a Pandemic, it is when an illness affects a lot of people and spread really quickly. These do happen and they usually happen around every 23 to 30 years.What we do know is that the Government has given us lots of advice about what is happening and what is going to happe

FAO Year 11 and 6th form pupils

Dear all, you may be aware that this evening the government has announced that exams in May and June will not go ahead. At the present time, we are awaiting guidance from OFQUAL and UCAS as to what the procedures will be next. The teachers and support staff at Notre Dame know just how hard you have been working towards these qualifications. Please rest assured that as soon as we have more information, it will be our priority to communicate with you. Kind regards, The Senior Leadership Team

Message from Steve Reddy, Director of Children and Young People's Services

17/3/20 Message from Steve Reddy, Director of Children and Young People's Services Dear children, young people, parents/carers and families, Following my letter yesterday the government has now announced a number of additional measures. It is important that we all continue to follow the guidance set out by the Government and DfE and make the necessary changes. Whilst schools remain open some planned activities will inevitably be cancelled. Schools may well restrict all but essential visitors on to the site. We will be speaking to Public Health England to consider the implications for children and staff with significant health needs. Anyone who has high temperature/fever and/or new persista

IMPORTANT - CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

As a school we are following the advice from Public Health England regarding Coronavirus. It is an ever changing situation and we will keep you up to date with developments. As the advice has now changed we wish to update you on the school's approach: If you or a family member are unwell If you or a family member is experiencing a high temperature and a new and persistent cough please follow medical advice and self-isolate. Children must remain off school, work will be set via Class Charts. If you suspect Covid 19 exposure please call 111 and follow their advice, do not go to your GP or walk in centre. Update to Self-isolation Guidance With regards to returning travellers, the UK government

Waterfall Competition

Year 7 pupils in Mrs Brennan’s class had a waterfall competition. Pupils were tasked to make a waterfall to illustrate processes and features of the landform. Mr Symes and Mrs Costello found it very difficult to judg e the winners. Well done to everyone for their efforts!

Year 7 Places – September 2020

If your child has been allocated a place in Year 7 for September 2020, please advise whether you intend to accept the place or not by emailing ao@notredame.liverpool.sch.uk by Friday 13th March 2020. If you have not been allocated a place at Notre Dame and wish to appeal, please contact Liverpool Archdiocese http://www.liverpoolcatholic.org.uk/education/Appeals

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