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William Shrewsbury Primary School
William Shrewsbury
Primary School
Learning and Growing Together


We will put any important information about Coronavirus on this page, to keep you up to date.

If your child receives a positive test result over a weekend please email:

Advice to All Parents - Single case

Risk Assessment document for returning to school in September 2020. 

Update to Risk Assessment February 2021

Update to Risk Assessment February 2022

Latest update from Mrs Curtis on return to school for Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 children.

Update from Mrs Curtis - 12.5.2020

Please see our new SEND home learning section for a range of support and activities to share with your child.

This document contains some useful advice and guidance on making your home devices accessible for children who may require some additional support e.g. larger text, having the text read to them, changing the background colour of the screen. Please contact Mrs Elsmore if there are experiencing any other difficulties accessing learning on the devices as we may be able to help.


Useful websites

Guidance for parents redeeming free school meal vouchers.

Bereavement resources for parents from ELSA Support. To support children, we also need to take care of ourselves. Whatever happens, there are always people to help and listen. As well as resources, books, activities and information, we have also included a list of helplines offering support for adults as well.


Useful resources regarding coronavirus for use with children and young people - 'Dave the dog is worried about Coronavirus'.


Talking to children about Coronavirus - advice from the British Psychological Society.


CAMHS have prepared some resources to support children through difficult times.


A factsheet produced by the NSPCC about the Coronavirus.


A new service has been launched by the Star Foundation for those unable to go and do their own shopping, collect prescriptions, travel to appointments or their role as a keyworker.  This could be a really useful service to support people who are able to pay for shopping for example but restrictions may prevent them from going out for themselves.  See details on the flyer for information and on their Facebook page: Star Charity 1160614.


'The Story of Tatty Mouse' - This story has been written by Mrs Martin to help children understand their feelings linked to the virus.


Children's Health Guidance - Please see the guidance sent on behalf of the Local child safeguarding team.


'What to do when I get lost' - a video to help children understand Coronavirus.


Help and support for our families - We understand that these unprecedented times can cause financial and emotional challenges for our families. Please don't struggle on in silence and do ask for help. Below are some links to charities and agencies that could possibly help you.


Coronavirus - Support for Parents - Please see information which provides support for parents talking to children about COVID-19.


Coronavirus - Support services for parents - Catch22 have compiled 2 factsheets containing the telephone numbers and websites of several support services that children and parents can access over the next few weeks/months whilst isolated.