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Emergency Contacts During School Closure

December 18, 2020 by Ellie Linton

Please find below a list of emergency contacts that you may need whilst school is closed for the Christmas break.

Deborah Howard- Headteacher- deborah.howard@oswaldroad.manchester.sch.uk

Donna Wealleans- Designated Safeguarding Lead- d.wealleans@oswaldroad.manchester.sch.uk

Lisa Cameron- Designated Safeguarding Lead- l.cameron@oswaldroad.manchester.sch.uk

Amanda Clifton- Health Lead- health@oswaldroad.manchester.sch.uk

All other school enquiries- messages@oswaldroad.manchester.sch.uk

If your child develops symptoms of Covid-19 (cough, temperature or change in or loss of sense of smell or taste) please email admin@oswaldroad.manchester.sch.uk. If your child starts to develop any of these symptoms from Monday 21st December onwards, you do not need to let us know, but you should still follow the household self-isolation guidance and take them for a test.

If your child is attending Hoot Camp, please continue to use the admin@oswaldroad.manchester.sch.uk email address to let us know if your child has any symptoms of Covid-19 up until and including Saturday 26th December.

If your child tests positive for Covid-19 at any time, please text 07340 472 269 or email deborah.howard@oswaldroad.manchester.sch.uk.

Trafford South Food Bank- 07749 378447 info@traffordsouth.foodbank.org.uk

Chorlton & Didsbury Food Bank- 07938 191 038 info@chorltondidsbury.foodbank.org.uk

Helpline for parents from One Education’s Psychology team- 0161 276 0113

Domestic Violence – Organisations which give information and advice
For women:
https://www.womensaid.org.uk/

For Men:
http://www.mensadviceline.org.uk/
http://www.survivorsuk.org/
http://www.male-rape.org.uk/

USEFUL RESOURCES AND WEBSITES

Small Steps for Independent Living- for parents struggling at home

The Anti-Baddies- Resilience Toolkit

Children’s Guide to Coronavirus

Responding to the coronavirus: resources for mental health and wellbeing

Self isolating and dealing with conflict at home

‘The Stay Home Superheroes’- written by a Play Therapist

Coronavirus Support Sheets

100 Things to do Indoors

Mind’s self help guide to manage your mental wellbeing during Coronavirus

Talking to older children about self-isolation/social distancing

How parents can manage their teenager’s mental health during COVID-19

Keeping it together during the Coronavirus- guide for parents/carers

Bereavement Support Helpline

Mental Health Support in Greater Manchester for Children and Young People

Summer Reading Challenge 2020


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