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Key Worker and Critical Worker Group

During Term 4, will be providing a small supervised Pod each day (Limited to 20 children each day - set in the School Hall). This will be led using a combination of our Teaching and Teaching Assistant Team.

On a Tuesday and Friday afternoon, Active Primary Sports will lead a multi-skills session.

For each day in the Pod, the children in this group will need to bring their learning packs in order to follow the work set by their own class teacher. The combination of Teachers and Teaching Assistants will facilitate this work in the morning as schools are being asked to provide care (not education). 

Each day - Children will need to wear own clothes and bring a change of clothing (including wellie boots). 

The Key Worker Bubble runs between 8.45am and 3.15pm and children should enter via the Pedrestrian Gate. 

Lunches for the Key Worker Group

Each week children can choose either order the main meal or a jacket potato (the vegetarian option and the pasta option are not available). The pudding remains the same.

Changes to Menu

Week 1 (18/1/21, 8/2/21, 8/3/21 and 29/3/21) - No changes to the main menu

Week 2 (4/1/21, 25/1/21, 22/2/21, 15/3/21) - Change on a Tuesday to Macaroni Cheese 

Week 3 (11/1/21, 1/2/21, 1/3/21 and 22/3/21) - Change on Monday - Vegetable Pizza and Dough Balls

Guidance for Parents

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on 4 January 2021, only children of critical workers and vulnerable children and young people should attend school or college. All other pupils and students will receive remote education.

Parents whose work is critical to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and EU transition response include those who work in health and social care and in other key sectors outlined in the following sections. Children with at least one parent or carer who is a critical worker can go to school or college if required.


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