Coronavirus Information [including useful links]
WHOLE SCHOOL RISK ASSESSMENT 04/07/2021
WHOLE SCHOOL RISK ASSESSMENT 10/05/2021
BREAKFAST CLUB RISK ASSESSMENT 05/05/2021
WHOLE SCHOOL RISK ASSESSMENT 23/04/2021
WHOLE SCHOOL RISK ASSESSMENT 08/03/2021
29.1.2021 Joint letter to parents from the Director of Children and Young People's Services, Liverpool and The Director of Public Health
NATIONAL LOCKDOWN GUIDANCE
IMPORTANT LETTER FOR ALL FAMILIES - SCHOOL IS NOW CLOSED
REQUEST FOR A CRITICAL WORKER PLACE
School opened to all pupils on March 8th.
School is closed to all pupils on Tuesday 5th January.
Staff will prepare remote learning.
We will allocate places in school for children of key workers and vulnerable children to start from Wednesday 6th January.
You will receive further notification of arrangements if you are eligible.
WHOLE SCHOOL RISK ASSESSMENT 09/02/2021
Important letter for all parents regarding the NEW TERM
Liverpool is now in Tier 3
Local restrictions from 2nd December 2020
Liverpool has been placed in Tier 2 high alert area of local restrictions from 2nd December 2020.
Read the Tier 2 restrictions on the government websites - follow this link.
During the Christmas period from 23rd to 27th December 2020 different rules on social contact will apply.
Local restriction rules for Tier 2 will resume from 28th December 2020.
Citizens Advice opening hours
Citizens Advice Liverpool can be contacted on 0344 848 7700 or emailed email@example.com.
They are available Monday to Friday 9am - 6pm and Saturday - Sunday 10am - 4pm (you can leave voicemail if out of hours).
They are closed on:
Christmas Day Friday 25th December 2020 – closed
Saturday 26th December 2020 – closed
Sunday 27th December 2020 – closed
Monday 28th December 2020 Bank Holiday – closed
New Year’s Day 1st January 2021 – closed
Foodbank opening hours
Food banks will be open in different locations across the city over the festive period.
How to get tested
WHOLE SCHOOL RISK ASSESSMENT REVIEWED AND UPDATED 9th NOVEMBER 2020
LETTER FROM MATT ASHTON AND STEVE REDDY
Guidance on staying at home for people with confirmed or possible coronavirus [covid-19] infection
Catch-up Funding Statement Sept 2020
In March, when the Coronavirus [COVID-19] outbreak was increasing, we made clear that no parent would be penalised or sanctioned for their child's non-attendance at school.
Now the circumstances have changed and it is vital for all children to return to school to minimise as far as possible the longer term impact of the pandemic on children's education, well-being and wider development.
Missing out on more time in the classroom risks pupils falling further behind. Those with higher overall absence tend to achieve less well in both primary and secondary school. School attendance will therefore be mandatory again from the beginning of the autumn term.
This means from that point, the usual rules on school attendance will apply, including:
- parents' duty to secure that their child attends regularly at the school where the child is a registered pupil and they are of compulsory school age;
- schools' responsibilities to record attendance and follow up absence;
- the availability to issue sanctions, including fixed penalty notices in line with local authorities' codes of conduct
We understand that you and your children may have concerns and may be reluctant or anxious about returning.
As we reopen, our first priority will be to support our children with this and our teaching and learning will initially be to listen to, discuss and overcome these concerns.
The more our children understand how they can keep themselves and others safe, the better it will be for everyone in our school community.
Being back at school will help our children understand how to keep safe in school and in wider public places.
CATCH IT, BIN IT, KILL IT
GUIDANCE FOR PARENTS AND CARERS ON EARLY YEARS PROVIDERS, SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES IN THE AUTUMN TERM
TRANSLATIONS OF THE ABOVE DOCUMENT
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