To enhance the schools curriculum and enrich the children's learning experiences, class teachers may arrange a trip related to work being undertaken in class. Other trips may be arranged to develop a particular life skill, for example visits to local shops and cafe's to assist in the development of important life skills such as shopping for themselves, handling money and change and independently ordering and paying for their own food and purchases. Visits in to the wider local community are also arranged, to help our students develop their independence and sense of belonging.

The safety of pupils on school trips is absolutely paramount. The school has a comprehensive Educational Visits Policy and a full risk assessment is carried out prior to any trip. All risk assessments are approved by the Senior Leadership Team.

We kindly request donations from parents to enable these trips to take place. We try to keep the cost of trips down and always consider value for money when selecting places of interest/learning to visit.

If your child is going to be attending a trip and has misplaced the consent form, please ask for one from the front office.

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 3rd April 2020 Coronavirus update


The school currently remains closed to protect our vulnerable school community.

I hope you and your families are all keeping safe and well. As you are aware today marks the end of the Spring term and the start of the Easter holidays. A skeleton staff will be on duty throughout the break and will still be checking emails but please be aware responses may be a bit slower than usual.

Class teachers will be sending home Easter activities via Evidence for Learning so please make sure you log on. Please feel free to add any photos or videos of your home learning. 

We have attached some links to free websites that you might find useful to support your child's learning and wellbeing during these difficult times. 

We have also attached information about applying for free school meals and how to login to our online learning platforms.

During our school closure you will still be able to make contact with the school via office at: office@limeacademyravensbourne.london

You can also email Julie Cook, our Family Support Worker at: julie.cook@hornbeamacademytrust.com

You can find  the most up to date Government advise at :https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Wishing you all a peaceful Easter – stay at home, stay safe and stay smiling.

Vicki and all the Ravensbourne Team

 

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Useful Resources for Children, Young People & Parents 31.3.20

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Supporting Children with LD & ASD during isolation

Free School Meals Information April 2020