- PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS AND LETTERS REGARDING COVID-19 (last updated Friday 17 July)
- DfE COVID SUMMER SCHOOL FUND (last updated Thursday 9 July)
Due to the unprecedented nature of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and the increased pressure on household budgets over the coming months, the DfE is launching a Covid Summer Food Fund which will enable children who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals to be supported over the summer holiday period.
For those eligible, the 16 digit e-code allowing the purchase of food will be emailed to student academy email addresses, which you can access below.
Please note only one voucher to the value of £90 will be emailed, to cover the six week summer holidays. This will be available from the 20th July 2020.
Should you require any assistance, please email us.
For more guidance, please see the DfE/Edenred Parent and Carer FAQs.
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- Remember to login to Show My Homework daily to complete all tasks set by your teachers, the work follows your normal timetable
- If you have any questions, leave comments for your teachers and they will get back to you
- If you are having trouble logging into SMHW, enter your school email address (your school username @georgedixonacademy.com) and click ‘forgotten password’
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- ARE YOU ONE OF OUR COMMITTED LEARNERS FOR THIS WEEK? FIND OUT HERE (last updated Thursday 16 July)
- USEFUL DOCUMENTS:
- GDA RISK ASSESSMENT (17 July 2020)
- GDA6 SUMMER CHALLENGE
- WORDS FOR WORK VIRTUAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME (16 July 2020)
- SPIRITED ART COMPETITION JULY 2020
- NEW GUIDANCE PUBLISHED ON KEEPING CHILDREN SAFE FROM ABUSE AND HARM (30 JUNE 2020)
- SPURGEONS YOUNG CARERS LEAFLET
- TALKING TO TEENAGERS ABOUT CORONAVIRUS - A HANDOUT FOR FAMILIES
- INFORMATION ON CORONAVIRUS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
- ADVICE FROM THE COMMUNICATION AND AUTISM TEAM
- INFORMATION ON EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGIST TELEPHONE HELPLINE FOR PARENTS AND CARERS
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