URGENT Booking form for Vulnerable/Key Worker children

5th January 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

We are currently finalising information about online learning for our children and will send information out about this today. I have attached (below) a booking form for places for children of critical workers and vulnerable children. The booking form covers all the dates between now and the start of February half term.The form will stay ‘live’ throughout thought this half term for you to complete when you do have work schedules etc.

  • To help with staffing and organisation, please make bookings for this week and next week by 1.30pm today (Tuesday 5th January)
  • For future weeks, please make bookings by 1pm on the Monday of the previous week (e.g. for week commencing Monday 18th January, please make bookings by 1pm on Monday 11th January)

For critical worker and vulnerable children, school starts at 8.30am and finishes at 3.10pm. We will send out additional information about which entrance and exit doors to bring your child to as well as how this will be structured once we have numbers. We anticipate, like the summer term lockdown provision, that the majority of our children will access learning from home rather than being in school.

For children who do come into school, please would they wear school uniform (with training shoes) and bring their planner and a packed lunch for this week. If families need to book breakfast club or out of school club, this will need to be done on the SchoolsBuddy booking system as normal.

We will send out further information about online learning today but needed to send this form our separately. Thank you for completing booking requests for this week and next week by 1.30pm today.

Information about how to access home learning and online ‘face to face’ meetings for children with staff will be sent out today in a newsletter. 

The booking form can be accessed here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc3jgk0EEoAGKfUt_IAlxkvnrq8KH6s35MkEMKgHUNTpcVGmQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

Many thanks for all your help with this,

Paul Rusby