Lockdown 3: In school Provision
In School Provision for Critical Workers and Pupils who are classed as ‘vulnerable’
Throughout the National Lockdown we will be restricting attendance and will only be providing in school provision for children of critical workers and pupils who are classed as vulnerable. Please see below for details of our provision:
Children will be taught in year group class bubbles of up to 15.
The school will continue to follow the same risk management procedures from the autumn term (See Covid 19 section of the school website)
Pupils will access English, Maths and the Wider Curriculum.
The school day will begin at 9am and finish at 3pm.
To stagger parents and children arriving on site we will have a 10 minute arrival and 10 minute departure time:
Collection 2.55 – 3.05pm
Only 1 adult should come to site to drop off or collect and we would ask they wear a face covering
Please leave the site as quickly as you can once you child is in the school line.
If you are a critical worker or believe your child should be classed as vulnerable then please contact the school office to discuss your child’s placement
In School Provision for pupils who are New to English or have a Special Educational Needs
During this period of restricted attendance we are offering sessions to pupils who are New to English or have a Special Educational need. These are provided 3 mornings a week and Mrs Struthers and Mrs Dosanjh have been in touch with parents of identified pupils.
This will allow a handful of pupils to access some support in school and support parents in the delivery of home learning. In addition, it will support the Governments plans to restrict movement and the number of contacts.
If you think your child has a special educational need or is new to English please contact the school office to discuss your child’s placement.