To see Dee Banks’ new recovery curriculum please click the title above.
The Recovery Curriculum outlines our key priorities for supporting our pupils to return to school after an extended absence and takes into account how we will focus on well-being, readiness to learn and keeping them safe.
Recovery plan and risk assessment
To see a copy of Dee Banks’ recovery plan and risk assessment please contact school to request a copy.
The recovery plan and risk assessment is an outline of precautions and measures the school have put in place to ensure the safety of everyone who comes into the building.
For our home learning resources, please click the title above.
Dee Banks staff have put a variety of resources onto our website to help you to do some activities with your children whilst they are at home.
For support during this challenging time, please click the title above
On this page are a variety of links which may support you during these challenging times to help with your families health and well-being
For information on what to look out for, please click the title above.
This page will give you information on what what you should be looking for and what you can do if you are unsure if yourself or a family member becomes unwell
To see the letters which have been sent to parents during this time, please click the title above.
All of the letters which have been sent home during this challenging time have been put on our website to ensure you can keep up to date with the most current information from school.
Dee Banks School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
We recognise that this may be a difficult time for some families. If you need to speak to a member of staff, please contact the school office during working hours (term-time only).
Alternatively, if you have the email address for your child’s class teacher, they will also try to help with any questions or concerns you may have.
Telephone: 01244 981030
If you have any concerns regarding your family’s safety, then act appropriately by contacting the relevant emergency numbers or social care where necessary using the contact details provided below.