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Welcome

Welcome to Crosby Primary School.

At Crosby Primary School, we aim for our children to be healthy, responsible citizens, building the knowledge and skills to succeed in later life, enabling them to become the best they can be.

Mrs H Reid

Headteacher

Latest News

September 2022 School Updates

Ladybird 2022 useful information guide - https://sway.office.com/oHMrYL8IPtKBR2AJ?ref=Link

NEW to Crosby children moving into Dragonfly class useful information - https://sway.office.com/SRRa4hw9vTykDz00?ref=Link

NEW to Crosby children moving into Bumblebee class useful information - https://sway.office.com/Uz9OWG271jnmAmRV?ref=Link

Guide for current Nursery children moving into F2 classes - https://sway.office.com/LVBCHeYk9EedFNrR?ref=Link

KS1 useful information (Year 1 & 2 September) - Current Y1 and Reception Children  - https://sway.office.com/Ixb5SJmIGYG8Ky52?ref=Link

KS2 useful information (Year 3/4 in September) - Current Year 2 and 3 Children - https://sway.office.com/5WbCNrjCLOoEnrRs?ref=Link

KS2 useful information (Year 5/6 in September) - Current Year 4 and 5 Children​ - https://sway.office.com/6RXAUpSJQWIfwyTa?ref=email

Level 4 heat health alert issued by the Met Office 

The Met Office has issued a red extreme heat warning for areas of England for today, including parts of the East Midlands, East of England, London and South East England, North West England, South West England and Yorkshire and Humber. The red warning indicates an exceptional hot spell of weather leading to widespread impacts on people and infrastructure.

The Met Office has also extended the amber extreme heat warning for today to cover parts of South West England, West Wales, North West England and southern Scotland.

We are not advising schools or other settings to close. Individual leaders are responsible for managing their own local circumstances. They should refer the Emergency Planning Guidance and carry out risk assessments in line with government guidance on looking after children and young people, as well as those in early years settings during heatwaves. This includes the use of ventilation, closing classrooms that are too hot, keeping children and young people hydrated, avoiding vigorous physical activity, encouraging children and young people to wear loose, light coloured clothing and sunhats with wide brims, to use sunscreen, and providing them with plenty of water.

Children under 4 years old and some children, young people and adults with complex medical needs and chronic conditions are potentially at a higher risk during periods of extreme heat. Settings are advised to consider actions recommended in Chapter 3 of the Heatwave Plan For England, which are based on the best evidence and practice available currently and are not intended to be prescriptive. Settings should carry out risk assessments and amend and adapt procedures in a way which is appropriate for the individual medical needs of the children, young people and adults in their setting.

Visit our Education Hub to find further information on how to stay safe during the heatwave.

Latest Risk Assessment - Coronavirus
Latest Crosby Primary School Newsletter
Public Health Letter 14th Dec 2021

Please note: This site is currently under construction. Please be patient while we update content. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Infectious Illnesses - Updated April 2022

Chickenpox cases continue to be circulating at Crosby Primary after the Easter break.  More specific guidance about what to look for and how to treat chickenpox is available here.

Get advice from 111 now if:

  • you're an adult and have chickenpox
  • you're pregnant and have not had chickenpox before and have been near someone with it
  • you have a weakened immune system and have been near someone with chickenpox
  • you think your newborn baby has chickenpox

You may need medicine to prevent complications. You need to take it within 24 hours of the spots appearing.

111 will tell you what to do. They can arrange a phone call from a nurse or doctor if you need one.

There are a number of infections around at the moment. For some people these can result in more serious symptoms. Please see the NHS link below for advice regarding infectious illness in children:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/baby/health/infectious-illnesses-in-children/

 

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