Children supported by the children’s social care system
During this new phase, students with a social worker (those with a child protection plan or child in need plan, and looked after children) are able to attend school. Social workers will work with parents/carers to assess if their son should be attending school.
Children with education health and care (EHC) plans
Students with an EHCP are also able to attend school. Local authorities and parents/carers will work together to respond flexibly to each individual’s needs.
We will continue to prioritise and to work with parent/carers, local authorities and agencies in order to support those who are most in need at this difficult time. We will be in weekly contact with families, local authorities and agencies.
If you are concerned about a student’s well-being or if you are aware of a family in a very fragile position, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include the following fundamental details:
- Your name and contact details
- The individual or families name, age and address (if known)
- Exact details of the concern, providing as much information as is possible (ideally in bullet point form)
We will endeavour to respond to your e-mail within 48 working hours.
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy – Coronavirus Addendum
Mental Health Support
Healthy Mind Habits – Home Learning
Staying Well at Home
How to cope with Cancellation of Exams
Students are provided with weekly tips on how to manage their wellbeing through physical activity via @RutlishSport, and the KS3 Rutlish Weekly. Students can also find helpful resources on the Fronter Wellbeing page.
Should parents have any worries or concerns about their child or their own wellbeing, please contact the school for support.
Support in a crisis 24/7 – Text P2B to 85258