September 2020

Details on returning to school

Portsmouth City Council - Stay Alert


Risk Assessements

Whole School

First Aid Room

Office Area

Visitors to School



School Reopening June 2020

Returning to school - What will happen?

Nursery - School Reopening Information

Year R - School Reopening Information

Year 1 - School Reopening Information

Year 2 - School Reopening Information

 Home Learning Agreement June 2020

How to access home learning


 Parent guide to Coronavirus

Frequently Asked Questions about returning to school


 Click on this link for information from Teachers2Parents regarding the school closure


Information from the Portsmouth Education Partnership


Government Guidance


Support for Parents


At Manor Infant School we aim to work closely with children and parents to support and empower them to overcome any difficulties they face. These may include low self-esteem, emotional issues, behaviour difficulties and poor social skills.

In consultation with individual parents/carers, teachers and pupils our Learning Mentor can support children and families who are in need of additional help by:

  • Facilitating Social Skills Groups for children.
  • Listening to children and giving them the opportunity to discuss any worries or fears.
  • Encouraging positive relationships between home and school and offering parent/carer strategies for behaviour management, routines and so on.
  • Delivering Triple P sessions for parents and carers.
  • Completing CAFs
  • Weekly parent / carer drop in sessions
  • Liaising closely with outside agencies such as Children’s Social Care, the Multi- Agency Behaviour Support Service, the Independent Domestic Violence Advocate, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service and many others.

Domestic Abuse - Where to get help during the Covid-19 pandemic


Supporting Parents & Children Emotionally

Support for Parents

Victim Care Service

Being Safe

Keeping Connected

Understading Resilience

A Nurturing Environment

Understanding Emotions and Healthy Relationships

Help & Advice for families in a digital world

Should you worry about how much your child is doing during lockdown?