Critical worker and vulnerable student provision 1st – 12th February

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Critical worker and vulnerable student provision 1st – 12th February

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Parents should complete the google form for each period of on-site provision.

The school will have regard to this list when deciding who is a critical worker.

The law only requires one parent to be a critical worker for the obligation to make arrangements to apply.

Being included on the above list does not mean children of all workers in these categories can or will be able to continue to send their children to school. Many parents working in these sectors may be able to ensure their child is kept at home. Every child who can be safely cared for at home should be. However, if a parents/carers work is critical to the COVID-19 response or is in a key sector such as health and social care and the child/children cannot be kept safely at home, then priority should be given for continued education provision.

Please read this guide, particularly if your child is attending school during this time.


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