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Fir Tree School is now open for some priority Year Groups and has provision for vulnerable children and children of key workers at Trinity School from 8.30-3.30.
If your child is in one of the priority groups (Nursery, EYFS, Year 1 or Year 6) or is classed as vulnerable or you are a key worker and you would like to access the provision please contact us on:
Please make sure you include your child’s name, year group and class. Please be aware we may not be able to allocate a place straight away as we have to review our numbers weekly in line with our risk assessments.
Please remember the guidance if your child falls into one of the groups below:
- Children who have been classed as clinically extremely vulnerable due to pre-existing medical conditions have been advised to shield. These children will not be expected to attend school.
- For children identified as clinically vulnerable, parents and carers should seek medical advice before returning their child to school.
- A child who lives with someone who is clinically vulnerable (but not clinically extremely vulnerable) can attend school. If a child lives with someone who is extremely clinically vulnerable it is advised that they only attend school if stringent social distancing instructions can be adhered to. This may not be possible for primary aged children.
Further government guidance for parents and carers can be found at:
Children eligible for Free School Meals
Fir Tree is currently providing hampers for our Free School Meal families. If you are eligible or become eligible for free school meals during this time please contact the school office firstname.lastname@example.org please include your child’s name, tutor group/class and school.