Google Classroom Birkdale Parents Teaching and Learning
Birkdale High has set up a Google Classroom with helpful information, advice and resources. Your son will
have been sent a Google Classroom invitation to access this area. This resource is only accessible to pupils
at Birkdale High with an active account.
Birkdale High School Reopening Phase 3 Plan.pdf 11/11/20
Covid 19 - SEND Department Plan.pdf 11/11/20
Essential Visitor Protocol - Coronavirus.pdf 11/11/20
RA C19 Schools 2020-11-08 BIRKDALE HIGH
Parents IT FAQ
COVID-19 school closure arrangements for Safeguarding and Child Protection at BIRKDALE HIGH SCHOOL
CTK Sixth form transition
Letter - Summer 2020 grades for GCSE AS A level EPQ AEA in maths guidance for teachers students parents
Activities from home - KS4
Activities from home - KS3
Parent Advice & Guidance from Merseyside Police
Letter to students Summer 2020 grading (1)
Letter to Y11 - 3 April 2020
26/03/2020 - Free Amazon Audio books - Mr Moss
Letter to parents re provision 20.03.2020
Letter to parents re Coronavirus 20.03.2020
Letter to parents re Coronavirus 19.03.2020
Letter to parents re Coronavirus 18.03.2020
School Nurses Appointment via video information
Advice for parents on returning to school
Birkdale guideance for students during COVID 19
Wellbeing strategies for pupils
Young Minds offer lots of advice, support and tips on dealing with stress and anxiety especially during a time of self isolation.
What to do if you're anxious about coronavirus
Talking to your child about Coronavirus
Fresh CAMHS offers online support and strategies for young people.
XenZone is a provider of online mental health services for children, young people and adults. Kooth, from XenZone, is an online counselling and emotional well-being platform for children and young people, accessible through mobile, tablet and desktop and free at the point of use.
Kooth offers Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people
You might be worried about coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it could affect your life. This may include having to stay at home and avoid other people.
This might feel difficult or stressful. But there are lots of things you can try that could help your wellbeing.
Newsletter March 11th
Unfortunately the week seems to have been dominated by Corona Virus concerns. We continue to monitor
the situation and to follow the official guidance. There are no recorded cases in Sefton up to now and
schools have been told to remain open. If you have come from the affected areas or are concerned that you
are exhibiting the symptoms of Covid-19 please contact NHS 111 who are the professionals and will direct
you to testing centre and possibly recommend self-isolation. In school we continue to ensure that our
cleaning practices are adequate and monitor soap dispensers in toilets. We have reminded the boys in form
about the importance of basic hygiene practices and will reinforce the official messages regarding
handwashing and CATCH IT, BIN IT, KILL IT. We have also reminded them to report any issues with
cleaning facilities promptly so they can be dealt with. We have ensured all classrooms are stocked with
tissues and will show the boys a video on the importance of handwashing and hygiene. Thank you for your
support. As advice evolves we will continue to inform you.