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What parents and carers need to know about schools, colleges and other education settings during the coronavirus outbreak - GOV.UK

Learning Support for Parents

We have attached the weekly planning for your child's class to help you plan the time and resources more easily. We know this can be a challenge. We hope it helps. Follow the link below. If your child struggles please look at the year below.


WB: Monday 13th July 2020

Please click here for learning for all year groups


Some great Talk for Writing resources- have a look !

Join Twitter to keep up to date with all the amazing things going on in school

 Just follow the instructions below.

1. Go to
2. Go to Sign up
3. Put your name, then work e-mail
4. Don't click on any of the boxes for customise your experience
5. Click sign up. You will be sent a verification message to your email, copy that into your Twitter instructions.
6. Then good to go!
To post on St Mary's twitter feed: @StMarysMosssSide


Staff will be calling to check families are safe and well. We will signpost families to the right support at the right time. Lots of important information is available to help us make this time less challenging. If you haven't received a call from our staff, please email:  with your number as it may need updating.

If you are struggling for any reason; feeding your children or with how you are feeling please ring:

Julie Jackson on: 07702669502 
Sue Duffy on: 07702669498


If you are struggling for food and you are a private tenant please ring the Manchester City Council team on this number: 

Manchester City Council number 0800 2346 123

If you are a housing association tenant please contact your housing officer 

If you are One Manchester 0330 355 1000  9-4.30 pm

If you are Moss Care/ St Vincent  please ring  0161 226 4211  9-3pm


If you are struggling with your finances there are hardship grants available. Please follow the link below.


Mental health concerns – Adults

Information on Parent pencil 

Well-being Lead Sue Duffy on  07702669498

Mental health concerns- Child 

Information on Parenting pencil

Well-being Lead Sue Duffy on  07702669498

Free School Meals update 

We have received notice that the vouchers should be on their way to you. We would like you to check your email, including your spam and junk boxes, for an email from Edenred, the company sending the vouchers. If you have not received this by Thursday then please contact:

Mrs Nevin: 07534783319

Please read the link below carefully.

If you are a family with "No Recourse to Public Funds" there is a temporary eligibility to claim Free School Meals while school is closed . Please contact Mrs Nevin on the number above for more information.


Domestic Abuse

if you are concerned for your safety or your children's safety you are not under the same arrangements for breaking lockdown. If you are worried about your safety you can leave your house. You can phone the police on 999, as always, in an emergency.

Women’s Aid 0161 636 7525

National Helpline Domestic Abuse  0808 2000 247

Advice from Women's Aid if you are worried about your safety at home.

Again, phone our school numbers above if you are worried.We will always answer your call. 


Other useful numbers: Thank you 42nd Street for the tweet!! 

Samaritans: 116123
Childline: 08001111
Victim support: 08081689111
Rape crisis: 08088029999
Mind: 03001233393
Anxiety uk: 03444775774
Sane: 03003047000
Nspcc: 08088005000
Calm for men: 0800585858
Crisis team: 03005000927


Department of Education Helpline

Phone: 0800 046 8687
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday), 10am to 4pm (Saturday to Sunday)



Free School Meals

If you are entitled to FSM and can’t access the email or don't know what to do next - please follow the instructions below

Accessing your 'Free School Meals'

If this fails , please phone Carol Nevin on 07534783319