Specific arrangements for phased return from 22nd, February

Emails have been sent tonight to confirm arrangements for those in P3/4 and Gaelic composite classes.

For all P1-3 children, we look forward to welcoming you back on Monday, 22nd February at usual times. Both entrance gates will remain in use and risk mitigations (including hand washing and class bubbles) in place prior to Christmas will continue for these children. Risk assessments will be updated and posted here to remind of these.

Meals will continue with the menus that were in place before the break with one hot option and one sandwich option. These can be found on our website here; http://www.glenurquhartprimary.org.uk/for-parents/school-meals/ and are free for all P1-3 children. We will start on Week 1 next week. Toast is available at break for 15p (free for those with free school meal provision.)

We will continue with the two gates, doors open from 8.50 and straight to class (or P1 garden.) We also would like to remind parents to support safe drop off/pick ups by remaining 2m apart when collecting children, not congregating near to where children walk, to wear a face covering (unless exempt) and to please park away from the gates. Thank you.

If children have borrowed a school chromebook, please could this be taken with them on Monday as this will now be required in school.

For those P4-7 children who have arranged key worker and vulnerable places with me, the Hub will now be in the old P6/7 classroom and children should enter by the senior door from 8.50am and go straight to class. Hub times will remain as 9-3.10 and we have made arrangements with GOOSC for the children to be collected at this time also. Lunches will be available as per the menus detailed above and are £2.30 for P4-7 children unless in receipt of free school meals provision. P5-7 children will require to bring their Chromebooks, fully charged, with them each day. P4 will be provided with one by the school. Children will be supervised and supported to access their online learning by either a Pupil Support Assistant or teaching staff in the same way as they have been over previous weeks.

We hope this answers most parental queries however, please just give me an email if I have missed something out – kerrie.laird@highland.gov.uk

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