Updated guidance on what parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
The Department for Education has updated the guidance on what parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. They have added content on summer provision, school uniform and a package of support worth £1 billion to support pupils to catch up. They have updated content on school meals and the Covid Summer Food Fund.
The guidance can be found here:
Communicating with parents
As a school we are doing all we can to reassure parents of the safety measures which are in place to welcome eligible children back to school and college this term.
To support us with this, as part of the Government’s central “Stay Alert” campaign, you are likely to see information adverts on these measures on the radio and online to reassure parents that if their child is eligible to attend school, they should return before the summer break. These messages will sit alongside wider government messaging about public transport and returning to work, which aim to reassure the public as changes to lockdown measures are made.
The leaflets and films below are for parents of children in primary and secondary.:
The leaflets can be found here:
The film for secondary school pupils can be found here: