Level 3 learning supervision
I am starting to plan for when we go to Alert Level 3.
PLEASE COMPLETE THIS FORM ONLY IF YOU REQUIRE SUPERVISION

As per the government requirements, under Level 3 MOST children will continue to learn from home, however we will open for all children whose parents or carers NEED to go to work and there is NO alternative person who can supervise them.

Students will be grouped in bubbles of up to 10 students for learning supervision. They will be doing the same programme they would be doing at home, with the learning programme supplied by their classroom teacher for the majority of the time. We will supply them with a school device for their use when at school.

If there is more than one bubble, they will not mix with other groups of students, playtime will be staggered etc.to minimise contact with others. Records of who is in each bubble will be kept for contact tracing purposes.

Students need to arrive at school AFTER 8:30 and leave at 3:00. If you need to send a student for a half day, please indicate on the form below. Please note there is no after school care and students should not arrive earlier or leave later than these times.

Please note, that if you do have an adult working from home, then the government's guidelines are that your children should also remain at home. Children should not be sent to school because it is easier for your to do your work.

Please complete this form as soon as possible but before Thursday 9th September at 5pm.
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Email *
Name of parent/caregiver *
I confirm that I require supervision for my child/ren at school as there is NO ONE who can supervise them. *
Please indicate your supervision requirements *
Part time supervision - please indicate which days
Names of children attending and year group e.g. Fred Yr 2 *
Please let us know any further relevant information if necessary
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