Following the Government’s announcement this evening, school will be closed tomorrow to all children except those who are classed as vulnerable or have one parent who is classed as a key worker.
- All children who have an EHCP
- All children who have a child in need plan, child protection plan or who are looked after. (Not EHAT children)
- Children of Health and Social Care workers
- Children of Education or Child care workers
- Children of Key Public Service workers
- Children of Local and National Government workers
- Children of Food and other necessary goods workers
- Children of public safety and national security workers
- Children of Transport and Border workers
- Children of utilities, communication and financial service workers
If you do not fall under one of these categories school is closed and your child will be expected to start remote learning from Wednesday 6th January via Class Dojo.
The full list is in the link below:
Parents who believe that their children fall into this category will not be turned away from school tomorrow, however, we will work through the guidance tomorrow to ensure that only children who fall into these categories will be able to attend moving forward. School will open and close at normal times and dinner will be provided for all KS1 children and FSM who are in school.
You must not send your child to school if they can stay at home. Remember stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.
With regard to the use of laptops and remote learning we have a number in school which you can borrow. If you need a laptop you will need to speak to Miss. Monaghan in the school office who will arrange this.
With regard to FSM vouchers. Once we have some more details these will be shared via email to all those registered. If you are not registered, you will not receive them. To check your eligibility please visit the Liverpool Council website.
As you can imagine we are trying to organise a lot in a short space of time. Your cooperation is vital during this time and you must keep your child at home if you can.
Mr. Paul Vine