Support for Schools – Providing for Key Worker’s Children and Vulnerable Young People

19th Mar 2020

With the latest announcement from government, regarding school closures, we would like to once again highlight our commitment and ability to support schools, if required. Please see below information regarding ways in which we may be able to support individual schools and collaboratives, in dealing with planning for staying partially open.

We have a couple of coaches available, who were due to be in schools in the coming weeks and we are happy to come and help in schools free of charge, in the lead up to Easter, while things are so uncertain. We can provide a wide array of activities and cover various curriculum areas. Including; PE, Sports, Geography, Science, Creative Arts and Performing Arts.

We appreciate that schools are only now formulating plans for the Summer Term and you may be considering working in clusters, to cater for the pupils that still require provision. We also appreciate that the situation is dynamic and could change drastically in a matter of days. It may be that schools have enough staff to cater for the number of pupils still requiring daily education. However, if staffing is an issue, we want to extend an offer of help. Our versatility, experience and reputation in the education sector, makes us uniquely prepared and ready to assist.

We are thinking ahead to the Easter holidays and already talking with school collaborative, about what part we may play in assisting those young people and families, across the region, that still require daily provision.

If you have any questions or ideas of a role we can play in supporting you and your families, during these difficult times, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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