Following the Prime Minister’s announcement of a national lockdown, all Clevedon Learning Trust schools are closed to pupils except those of Key Worker parents or those deemed as vulnerable.
During this lockdown period all children not in school will be able to access remote learning. Each school will communicate the nature of the learning programmes and expectations.
Schools will keep in regular contact with families to check on the well-being of children and to ensure the remote learning is being accessed and there are no problems with this. You will be able to contact the school should you have any questions or concerns.
Both the individual schools and the Trust will keep in regular communication with you during this period. We will be responding to any further announcements or guidance and ensuring our educational offer allows children to continue making progress in their learning and development.
Those children eligible for Free School Meals will be contacted with the process for receiving this by each individual school.
We realise that this announcement will create further difficulties for people at a time when everyone is extremely anxious and is likely to be dealing with very challenging family issues. We would ask that once again, you show the support and understanding that you did during the first lockdown to help everyone get through this latest restrictions with a positive outcome. All staff in every school will certainly be doing everything they can to support children and families in their community during this period.