Coronavirus Updates / Remote Learning

Delamere Risk Assessment- Updated August 2021

Please see below our Risk Assessment for wider opening at Delamere School

Delamere Remote Learning Policy During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Please also refer to you child’s class pages for remote learning resources

Personalised Remote Learning Offer for children isolating or staying at home

Government Guidance 

As you know, we are working extremely hard as a school team to ensure the safety of our staff, pupils and families & we continue to follow government guidance around the prevention of the spread of coronavirus.

If you are concerned about yours or your child’s symptoms, seek medical advice.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

What to do if your child has symptoms

Your child should try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people if they have symptoms of COVID-19 and they either:

  • have a high temperature
  • do not feel well enough to go to school, college or childcare, or do their normal activities

They can go back to school, college or childcare when they feel better or do not have a high temperature.

If your child has mild symptoms such as a runny nose, sore throat or mild cough, and they feel well enough, they can go to school, college or childcare.

Other useful resources and information:

Have a look at our Signalong Champions showing you what you can expect when you go for an appointment. Sometimes we can feel worried about going to new places or seeing new people. This video might help you understand what might happen and who can help you.

If you are struggling to manage during these difficult times please contact us at school or Trafford’s First Response 0161 912 5125

Trafford Directory has compiled a page of useful resources for families, carers and educators while schools are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.The Family Information Service and the Early Help Teams have worked in partnership to collate online resources for families including official guidance, activities to do at home, how to talk to children and young people about the virus, Social stories and support with wellbeing, exercise and specific support for SEND children.

So far it includes:

  • Links to the latest Government and public health advice
  • Trafford Community Response details for the vulnerable and self-isolating
  • Activity resources for learning at home
  • Mental health and wellbeing resources for children, young people and adults
  • SEND resources including social stories to explain what is happening
  • Guidance and contacts for schools

New links are being added every day. Click the link below for information

Young people’s mental health and wellbeing

Guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus – CLICK HERE

A Children’s guide to corovavirus which aims to answer children’s questions about corovavirus, tell children how to stay safe and, protect other people and how to help them make the best of their time a home. – CLICK HERE

Talking to children about Covid-19: 

Click the link below;

Here is the same resource in different languages:Migrant Help has been working with Doctors of the World and British Red Cross to put together Coronavirus (COVID 19) advice in a number of languages. Click Here

Coronavirus Social Story

Manchester City in the Comunity

Man City in the comunity have launched Cityzens At Home, full of videos and activities to keep everyone busy! Children can take part in the videos and activities at home . There will be new content added each week for you have a go at! The press release link is below for you, as well as a link taking you directly to the website…

Supporting social and emotional Learning –

Downloadable resources which are ready to print and use from ELSA –  CLICK HERE

Building attention & engagement skills are an important and fun activity at Delamere!

Watch Ashlea doing one of our favourite activities of “what’s in the bag…” enjoy!

Useful tips for meeting your child’s sensory needs at home…

Please see the attachment below for some basic symbols for use home  – routine, activities, feelings etc



National Autistic Society – Useful Teaching and Activity Resources.

Coronavirus – handwashing advice

Sharks Community Trust have created a booklet designed to help with activities at home.


 Oxford Owl

Sing Up at Home

Music and singing are incredibly powerful, and can help support us in so many ways – emotionally, physically and intellectually. Explore free resources to keep your children learning and singing outside of school.

PBS Kids

SEND: apps and games

(Information provided from Goverment publications Click here to visit the publication.

Brain Parade


Sensory App House Ltd


Soundabout – Live music sessions

The Oak national academy

John Lewis – Design a superhero teddy bear competition.

 A competition to find a superhero teddy bear, they need your help designing it. The winning teddy will be sold in John Lewis and Waitrose shops later this year, with 100% of the profits going to the NHS. click the link below

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