Use this page to find information and resources to support you and your children if they are attending school within a bubble.
School is partially open for vulnerable and critical worker children only as classroom sizes limit the number of children we can accommodate. School will have contacted you directly if your child has been offered a place as part of this provision.
Have a look in and around school with this video. Some things may have changed but don't worry because you'll get a really warm welcome back!
Why not explore one of these books together at home?
Your child will be offered a free school meal if they are an infant (as part of the 'Universal free school meals' scheme) or if you are in receipt of 'Income related free school meals'. All other children will be charged for meals. See our school meals page for more information.
Children attending school are to wear their own practical, casual clothing. They should wear fresh clothing each day.
Walking, cycling and scooting to school is encouraged. We have a small storage area near each entrance if your child wishes to leave their bike or scooter on-site during the day. School cannot accept any responsibility for the security of bikes or scooters that are left on-site.
Children should only bring a packed lunch (if required) and water bottle to school. No other equipment should be brought in.
Returning to school
An information letter about the NHS Test and Trace service.
A letter to parents and carers containing details of our plans regarding the opening of school in bubbles for critical worker and vulnerable children. Please read for detailed information regarding school organisation, clothing, lunches etc.
An updated home school agreement regarding our changed arrangements during our opening in bubbles. Please read before your child returns to school.
Information regarding bubble group locations and times. Please note the details of drop off and collection locations and times.
An addition to our behaviour policy related to changes during the COVID-19 partial closure period.
A letter to parents and carers from Sefton Council