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HEALTH AND WELLBEING

COVID-19 Information

What you need to know:

  • Ensure you are aware of the NHS definition of symptoms
  • Use the detailed links for the most up to date information
  • Please do not hesitate to contact the school if you have any concerns at any time.  The best way to do this is to email the school office.

In the event of a child or member of staff testing positive for Covid-19 the school continues to follow government guidance. Therefore close contacts in school are now identified by NHS Test and Trace.  The school is no longer required to routinely undertake contact tracing.

If you are concerned that you or your child is a close contact of someone who has tested positive for Covid-19 and are awaiting further instruction from NHS Test and Trace please see the warn and inform letter below from the Warrington Public Health Team.  This provides information that you may find useful.

Your support of our setting and of the requests we have made during this period have been overwhelming and we would like to thank you in advance for supporting us.  We know that you, like us want to do everything you can to keep our schools open and safe.

You can find out more at warrington.gov.uk/coronavirus 

Footsteps are a registered charity who aim to provide support to family members or indeed anyone who is affected by somebody else’s substance misuse.

www.footstepsforfamilies.org.uk 

Well-being Support Material

ChatHealth Text Support Service for Parents, Carers and Teens

Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is beginning the roll out of a new secure text messaging service for parents and carers of children and young people aged 0-19 years old, enabling them to get timely and trusted health advice from a health professional (a Health Visitor or School Nurse).

As our lives have changed over the last few months due to coronavirus, it’s more important than ever for young people’s families to have easy access to support, particularly in the absence of face to face interaction.

The service (which is available in Warrington, Halton and Oldham) does not aim to replace face to face contacts, rather increase choice for service users about how they access advice from a health professional and provides a new line of communication as face to face contact is reduced. 

The ChatHealth text number will operate Monday-Friday from 9am until 5pm. Messages will be responded to within 24 hours during this period. Outside these hours, service users will receive a ‘bounce back’ text message indicating that they will receive a response when the line re-opens. Of course, ChatHealth is not an emergency service, and accordingly parents will be instructed to follow usual advice in seeking urgent medical attention. 

The text numbers for Warrington are:

·     11 - 19 Young People's Service – 07507 330101

·     0 - 5 Parents' Service – 07507 327981

·     5 - 19 Parents' Service – 07480 635994

  Or visit chathealth.nhs.uk to start a chat

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