Crawforddyke Primary School

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All pupils entitled to a free school meal can collect a packed lunch from our main entrance, within the times set out on Friday. A poll has been set up on the Parent/Carer facebook page to take orders and give more information. If you cannot do this, you should email the office with your choice - ham, cheese or tuna sandwich (will also come with a yogurt and cake). Parents of these pupils can also order a lunch.

Parents who require support with childcare and fall into the category 1 service, or elements of category 2 should read the following information very carefully.

You can request this service if you meet the criteria listed below, BUT ONLY WHERE YOU HAVE NO OTHER CHILDCARE PROVISION. If you have a non-key worker at home, they are expected to care for your children, even if this means they cannot attend their work.

Category 1 - Health and Care workers DIRECTLY SUPPORTING COVID 19 RESPONSE, and associated staff. Health and care workers supporting life threatening emergency work, as well as critical primary and community care provision; energy workers (small numbers identified as top priority already); staff providing childcare/learning for other category 1 staff.

Category 2 - police, fire and rescue, ambulance, prison service.

Children should not attend if they have underlying health conditions or are currently self-isolating.

For those parents who were contacted by us on Friday to inform them they met the criteria for sending children to school tomorrow and Tuesday, here are a few things to note:

You should arrive at 9am

All children will be asked to wash hands on arrival

All snacks/lunches will be provided - lunch will be ordered on arrival (there is no need to do the poll posted earlier)

There will be a forest schools session both afternoons, so dress accordingly (there is NO requirement for school uniform!)

The day finishes at 3pm - please collect from the front door

No adult will be permitted access to the school - we will meet your child at the front door and hand them back to you from here

You need bring nothing from home - we have it all here!

We will be maximising social distancing in ALL activities throughout the day

 

PLEASE NOTE, WE WILL BE SUPERVISING THE FRONT DOOR AND WILL NOT PERMIT ANY CHILD WHO DOES NOT MEET THE CRITERIA SET OUT ABOVE. THIS IS NOT SCHOOL - THIS IS EMERGENCY CHILDCARE. THE SAFEST OPTION AT THIS STAGE IS TO HAVE YOUR CHILDREN AT HOME WITH YOU OR YOUR PARTNER. 

IF YOU FEEL YOU DO NOW MEET THE CRITERIA, PLEASE EMAIL THE SCHOOL OFFICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE - 

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If your child qualifies for a free school meal (including all P1-P3 pupils) you can attend school DURING LUNCHTIME on Monday and Tuesday next week. To limit numbers arriving, and to ensure as much social distancing as possible, we are phasing arrivals to the following:
- Surname beginning with A-F - arrive 12.00pm
- Surname beginning with G-L - arrive 12.20pm
- Surname beginning with M-R - arrive 12.40pm
- Surname beginning with S-Z - arrive 1.00pm
If your children have different surnames, they should both come to the same time slot.
Please note, there will be no playtime and once children have had their lunch they will go home again. We are unsure what lunches will be available at this time but will communicate with you as soon as possible.

Please find the list generated by the government in relation to key workers. If you feel this applies to you, you must email the school office today.

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We need to know your job title, role, shift patterns or working hours and the role/job of any other parent/carer available to you.

You can find the list by clicking here.

Please find our latest communication in relation to the announcements made by John Swinney today. You can find this by clicking here.

Please take time to read this very important update, with all the news and information at this time. It should be noted that advice and guidance is changing quickly and we will endeavour to keep you up-to-date through our app, twitter and website. Your patience at this time is very much appreciated. 

 

You can view the bulletin by clicking here

To read our February Newsletter, please click here

All pupils in P1, P4 and P7 will participate in the Scottish National Standardised Assessments during the month of May. For more information about these, please read our parent/carer information letter. This can also be found in the Key Documents section.

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