Update 11 May 2020
Dear parents and carers
I am writing to you this morning in response to the Prime Ministers statement last night. I know after hearing it you, like me will have many questions and a need for clarification. The government are meeting today to discuss this further and by the end of the day we will hopefully have more clarity.
At the moment, for us in school there is no change to the guidance we were given in March. We will continue to provide care for those parents whose work is critical to the fight against Covid-19 response only and those that cannot be safely cared for at home. The message is still safer to stay at home.
We have not received any information or guidance from the government to support this new plan to start the phased return for some year groups. We expect to receive further information from the DfE shortly and hopefully this will provide some clarity.
We will need clear guidance to plan how it is possible to socially distance our youngest and oldest children in school and keep our children, families and staff safe, how we might start to phase groups of children and what this might look like. Please be assured there is no way we will reopen until we are 100% prepared.
As always we will keep you informed but for now can I ask that you do not call the school office to discuss children returning to school. We are still running a skeleton staff and the care of the children is our priority. Our plan is to continue to provide learning at home, keep contact with you, our families and continue to support each other in these very difficult and uncertain times.
Take care and stay safe.

Marie Burgess

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