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Covid-19 Update

Letter to Parents June 25th

 Please read this letter from Joanna Rand and then if you are a parent or carer with parental responsibility complete the survey if you have not done so already.


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We have been working towards welcoming back as many children as we can safely accommodate at school from 1st June 2020. We have chosen to create a part-time attendance rota so that as many children as possible can benefit from attending Hall School. We have also been working with the local authority and families to ensure that decisions about attendance are informed by existing risk assessments and knowledge of our children and young people. We have also updated risk assessments to include times when they are being educated at home...

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Letter to Parents June 2020 

Visitor Information

The school is taking proactive measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our pupils and staff.

In light of the government’s latest advice, we are restricting all visitors to our school site.

Most engagements are possible remotely and we encourage you to find the most appropriate way of doing so. Staff have home access to emails, zoom and telephone conferencing.

However, if your visit is essential, please contact the school office or a member of the School Leadership Team to arrange your visit.

Please do not come to the school if you or anyone in your immediate family is experiencing symptoms detailed by the Government and the NHS.

When on the school site you will be asked to use hand gel on arrival and encouraged to regularly wash your hands. PPE will be your own responsibility, but we will insist that you adhere to current social distancing measures and all other relevant guidance.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation at this time.


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