You can read the latest guidance from the Department for Education (DfE) regarding the planned return to school for some pupils, from 1 June - with secondary pupils from 15 June, here (published 1 June 2020):
You can read a letter from the Headteacher about the government's proposed phased return to school for some secondary school pupils from 15 June here
If your child is due to return to school, you should also read:
- SVC COVID-19 phased return information for parents
- SVC’s COVID-19 Home-School agreement
- The government’s safer travel guidance: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-safer-travel-guidance-for-passengers
Important information for parents/carers of pupils in year 11 regarding awarding grades for summer 2020 exam series:
Please watch this 3-minute video that explains the process:
Further information can be found here:
SVC follows guidance from the local authority, the DfE, NHS and Public Health England. Information for parents and carers can be found at:
These are challenging times; you may find the following links helpful:
- What to do if your child is ill – NHS Parent Guide (Also available: Chat Health text messaging service 07507 334150)
- Guidance for young people – looking after your mental health (with reference to the COVID-19 virus)
- Educational Psychology Service parent helpline
- Emotional wellbeing helplines
- Information for young people - places to go for help
- Guidance for parents/carers
- Places to go for help - a more extensive list
- How to log onto my LGFL email account
If you have any additional queries or concerns during the period that the school is closed, you may contact senior leaders via this dedicated email address:
Our greatest concern is your child’s safety and wellbeing and we have taken every step possible to ensure that everything we do enhances their safety and security. Please be aware of the following guidelines that you can employ to keep your child safe online.
Please click here for more information.
Free School Meals (FSM)
There may be many families who have fallen into sudden and unexpected hardship due to the present situation. These families may now be eligible to apply for FSM. The Government have said that such new applicants would also be eligible for vouchers under the National Voucher Scheme.