Consultation: Letter to parents/carers 15.7.21
Letter from Sefton Council – 9th July 2021
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Letter to Parents/Carers from LA
REOPENING 8TH MARCH
Year 6 Car Gate 9am to 3.20pm
Year 5 Pedestrian Gate 8.50am to 3.10pm
Year 4 Pedestrian Gate 9am to 3.20pm
Year 3 Car Gate 8.40am to 3pm
Year 2 Pedestrian Gate 8.40am to 3pm
Year 1 Pedestrian Gate 8.30 to 2.50pm
Reception Car Gate 8.30 to 2.50pm
AT PICK UP WE ARE ASKING PARENTS WHOSE CHILDREN USE THE PEDESTRIAN GATE TO COME ONTO THE FRONT PLAYGROUND – STAFF AND CHILDREN WILL WAIT ON THE PLAYGROUND NEAR THE OFFICE – THEY WILL BE BEHIND A STRIPED TAPE – PLEASE CAN PARENT NOT CROSS THAT TAPE THANKS
- Forest Nursery 8.45am to 11.45am/3.15pm – Parents will come on site and wait by the Forest Nursery entrance
- Fairy Glen Nursery – Fairy Glen Nursery may come on site as may parents and wait at the back school entrance
- Owl Room – 9.05am to 2.30pm – Owl children may come through the gate up to the entrance.
- Elmer Room – 8.35am to 11.35am or 12.15 to 3.15 – Parents may come on site and wait near the Elmer door.
Polite reminder all parents and adults including staff , must wear a mask on site.
Polite reminder only parents from Elmer Nursery, Owl Room and Forest Nursery will be allowed on site.
We do have parent lanyards available from the office for parents to wear so that they are easily identified as being allowed on site.
Parents may make an appointment to see a member of staff and come on site if needed.
POLITE REMINDER TO STAFF AND PARENTS NO CARS TO DRIVE ON OR OFF SITE BETWEEN 8.25AM AND 9.05AM AND 2.25PM AND 3.25PM .
PARENTS OF CHILDREN WHO NEED TO DRIVE ON SITE DUE TO THEIR SPECIFIC NEEDS WILL BE ALLOWED ON SITE AND TIMES HAVE BEEN AGREED BY THE OFFICE – PLEASE DRIVE VERY SLOWLY.
Thankyou for keeping us COVID SECURE
Testing for parents
Please read the government information below from the government . It is requesting that members of the household with a pupil at primary school carryout asymptomatic testing.
This is a request and your child will still be allowed to come to school whether you test or not .
Staff are testing on a Monday and Thursday or Friday morning – we would therefore suggest that if you are going to test you follow the same pattern if possible.
Asymptomatic testing information for parents and adults in households with children at school or college
NHS Test and Trace announced earlier this week, that all adults in households with school and college age children without symptoms can now access regular rapid coronavirus (COVID-19) testing.
Test kits can either be collected or ordered online, as set out below. You should not give test kits to parents, carers or household members and should not order more test kits for this purpose. Secondary school and college students will continue to access testing through their school or college.
Please share the information below with your parent networks to help answer any questions they may have.
Undertaking regular, rapid coronavirus (COVID-19) testing helps reduce transmission of the virus. Parents and other adults in households with children at school or college, who do not have symptoms, can now access regular, rapid coronavirus (COVID-19) testing. This includes childcare and support bubbles.
Tests are fast, easy and completely free. There are different ways for a household, childcare or support bubble to collect their test to take at home, twice-weekly:
|· through your employer, if they offer testing to employees
· by collecting a home test kit from a local test site – anyone aged 18 or over can collect 2 packs of 7 tests
· by ordering a home test kit online – please do not order online if you can access testing through other routes, this frees up home delivery for those who need it most
If you have any queries about the tests, and you live in England, please call 119 (free from mobiles and landlines). Lines are open every day from 7am to 11pm.
Children of primary school age (and below) without symptoms are not being asked to take a test.
Testing is voluntary, but strongly recommended to all who are eligible. Alongside the vaccine, washing hands, wearing face coverings, and maintaining social distancing, rapid testing plays a vital role in reducing transmission rates. Getting into the habit of regular testing as part of our everyday lives will help us all to play our part and do what we can to protect each other.
Thanks for helping to keep us Covid safe