PLEASE STAY AT HOME TO REDUCE THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 IN OUR COMMUNITY AND THEREFORE SAVE LIVES.
Following the Prime Minister's announcement on Monday evening (4th January), school is now only open to those children whose parents are critical workers. Vulnerable children, including those with an Education Health Care Plan may also attend school.
It is very important that you only send your child into school if their is no other option available to you.
Government guidance states that: Parents and carers who are critical workers should keep their children at home if they can.
All children at home are set learning online every day by their teacher and can be accessed via our online platforms, Seesaw and Tapestry.
A letter was sent to families last week regarding online learning and school closure. You can view this here.
There are many resources, lessons and fun activities that can be accessed online that families can access if they wish. Have a look at our 'learning at home' page for lots of ideas and website links.
You can view the government list of critical workers here.
Lots of information about 'what parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges' can be found by clicking on the link. This is the most recent document, updated on 8th January 2021.