From Monday 15th June Hall Green School is open to all keyworker and vulnerable pupils from Years 7 to 11, and on that day we are also looking forward to welcoming back our Isengard pupils in Year 10 (only), with Year 10 Shire on Tuesday 16th, Year 10 Lorien on Wednesday 17th and Year 10 Rivendell on Thursday 18th. All pupils preparing to come into school must read the safety guidance (attached) so they know exactly what is expected of them, and all pupils must follow this guidance at all times. They will also be issued with a letter requesting consent for them to take part in out upcoming online lessons, and it is very important they return this to us once you have signed it. A copy of the letter is also attached to this message.
We would like to reassure you that we have done everything we can to ensure school is safe for staff and pupils. We are all looking forward to seeing our pupils and supporting them during their return to school.
The DfE has updated its guidance on vulnerable children’s attendance at school which now states ‘Vulnerable children and young people – regardless of year group – that have not been attending in the recent period are expected to return to nursery, early years, school or college provision where this would now be appropriate for them to do so.’
Please read the following letters, as they contain important information and relate to all pupils and parents. There is also specific information relating to keyworker children, Year 10 reopening arrangements and further advice and guidance. Take care, and stay safe.
The BPHD are inviting Birmingham citizens, organisations and communities to engage with their COVID-19 Impact Questionnaire.
The Survey seeks to understand further, specific issues around COVID-19 faced by Birmingham citizens, organisations and communities – particularly BAME, disabled, and LGBT communities.
BPHD and the wider City Council are encouraging local people and organisations to submit their views on the COVID-19 Impact Questionnaire. This will help refine Birmingham’s Recovery Response proposals, priorities and identifying further opportunities. For details and to complete the survey please click on this link. The public consultation closes on 31/07/20. If you need any further information, please contact Birmingham Public Health on firstname.lastname@example.org