Covid-19 (Coronavirus) notice

The Teaching Staff Trust is trying to work normally through this period. If you are facing financial difficulties you can download and complete our application form from this website or you can complete a contact form and we will forward one to you as soon as we can. We won’t be answering the phone but you can leave a message which we’ll pick up and try to respond to you. You can email us at and we’ll reply as quickly as we can.

We do understand what a difficult time this is going to be for everyone and you might find that some of the following will give you advice and information that you need: - this website will help you to get in touch with your local council if you have immediate food, money or housing issues.

If you’re struggling with anxiety at the moment please look at who have produced a useful guide -

You can find out more about symptoms and advice about covid 19 at and

MIND have put together a helpful webpage with advice about self isolation -

ACAS have produced information for employers and employees which you might find helpful -

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Cookies : usage on this website

What is a cookie?

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The above is taken from the BBC website.


How we use cookies

General introduction

Google Analytics are installed on this website; Google Analytics uses cookies to collect anonymous visitor statistics - see below for more detailed information.


Cookies in detail

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a widely used tool to compile anonymous visitor statistics; such as how many people have visited a website, what type of technology they are using (e.g Mac or Windows), how long they spend on the site, what pages they look at etc. This information helps website owners to continuously improve site content and visitor experience.

"Like many services, Google Analytics uses first-party cookies to report on visitor interactions. These cookies are used to store non-personally identifiable information, such as what time the current visit occurred, whether the visitor has been to the site before, and what site referred the visitor to the web page. Browsers do not share first-party cookies across domains."

The above is taken from Google's website.

Option to opt out of Google Analytics for all website visits

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