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Covid-19 Vaccinations (Years 8-11)

The Government have now announced that children under 16 (and over 12) are to be offered the COVID vaccination.
The date of the 1st dose is on Wednesday 29th September
The letter attached to this email includes information about the vaccine and how to consent or refuse consent for your child.  It includes website links and contact numbers if you want further information (also added below). 
Please read it carefully and follow the instructions.
 

  • You can only give or refuse consent using the link in the letter. The immunisation nurses will not give the vaccine to any student who does not have consent on the website.
  • Please complete the form even if you are refusing consent
  • You cannot consent/refuse consent through the school via email or phone.

 
Website: www.leicsandrutlandimms.co.uk
School code: LE143247
 
School staff are not qualified to answer questions about the vaccine and school has no control over the website so: please contact the immunisation service on 0300 3000 007 if:
 

  • You have any queries about the vaccine.
  • The link to the website is not working.  The Immunisations Service will be able to help you to give or refuse consent.

Covid-19-letter-to-young-people-and-parents.pdf

Covid-19-message-for-parents-and-carers-webinar-information.docx

PHE-12073-COVID-19-Parents-FAQs-A4-04-WEB.pdf

 


Reporting Cases of Covid-19 to School

Parents should report any cases during the first week of the summer holidays here.

Link to report cases

You will also need to send photographic evidence (screenshot is ok) of positive test to:  covid@babington.leicester.sch.uk


Covid-19 - Testing in school

Consent Form


 

COVID-19: support for parents and carers to keep children safe online (Gov.uk)

 


Babington Academy Covid-19 Risk Assessment

Covid-19 Risk Assessment

This document is subject to change as further guidelines are published and was accurate as of Wednesday 26 August 2021.


Keeping children and young people safe online

Parents and guardians should supervise the Internet use of the young people in their care.

See Government advice:

 

Coronavirus Related Absence

 


Follow us on Facebook and Twitter

For more up to date information and what's happening at Babington please check our Facebook page www.facebook.com/BabingtonLWLAT and our Twitter feed twitter.com/babingtonlwlat which we are posting on daily.


Help and Support

Keeping Safe:

Mental Health

Useful apps (search for these in your app store)

  • Headspace
  • Calm
  • Let's meditate
  • My Possible Self
  • Calm harm
  • Self-Heal
  • Daylio
  • Stay Alive
  • Mind Shift
  • Positive Penguins

Parents: www.youngminds.org.uk/find-help/for-parents

Parents: Young Minds Helpline 0808 8025544

Childline 08001111

Police Non-emergency 101

Police Emergency 999

NHS 111

Text a public health nurse (school nurse)
Leicester 07520 615386

Text the Young Minds Crisis Messenger, for free 24/7 support if you are experiencing a mental health crisis. If you need urgent help text YM to 85258

Digital safety (COVID-19)

NHS - Mental Health Support for Young People & Families

NHS - Mental Health Support Guide for Young People

Radicalisation Information and Support Document - April 2020

10 Top Tips - REMOTE LEARNING FOR CHILDREN

10 Top Tips - REMOTE LEARNING FOR PARENTS

Online Safety Guides

 

Careers - Home Learning Activities