Bailiffe Bridge Junior & Infant School

Focused on the future




Remote Learning Timetables - week beginning 22nd February


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Learning letters to supplement the content of the weekly timetables for remote learning can be found on the Children's Zone - Home learning.




National Lockdown - from 5th January 2021

School reopened on Monday 4th January and that evening, the Prime Minister announced a new National Lockdown to include the closure of schools to most children except those of key workers and children who are vulnerable. All other children must stay at home and engage in Remote Learning.

It is important that, wherever possible, you keep your child at home. The pandemic has not gone away and currently, we are seeing the number of Covid related deaths rise to over 1,000 a day. The place where your child is safest is at home. Whilst at home, your child should be engaging in Remote Learning. This link will tell you more about remote learning expectations at Bailiffe Bridge School and how you can best support your child with their learning at home at this time.

Please read the letter attached from the Director of Public Health and the Director of Children and Young People's Services for more guidance about children attending school at this time.

Keeping your child safe online

While working online during the lockdown period, it is more important than ever that children are keeping safe online. Please visit the Think you know website for a range of ideas and activities about online safety.


ChatHealth is an NHS approved secure and confidential text messaging service. To access ChatHealth - Text 07480 635297 (young people) or 07507 332157 (parents/carers)

From 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday - Friday, there are experienced clinicians waiting to help. Messages outside this time frame will receive an automated response letting you know when you will receive a reply, and who to contact for immediate help. Texts cost the same as a standard text.

Healthy Futures Calderdale specialist teams can support families with things like: sleep, bullying, healthy eating, allergies, continence, safeguarding, sexual health, behavioural problems, emotional wellbeing, relationships, drugs and alcohol, bereavement, puberty/growing up, complex health needs and body worries. They can also signpost or refer onto other services.

Clinicians can also be contacted on 0303 330 9974.