From Monday 1st June, we will be running a reduced menu due to the number of children in school.
Week 1 (wb. 1st June, 15th June, 29th June, 13th July) will be as follows:
Monday - Garlic Pizza Bread and Hash Browns.
Tuesday - Jacket Potato with cheese, tuna or beans.
Wednesday - All Day Breakfast (omelette, sausage - pork or veggie, hash browns, toast, beans).
Thursday - Macaroni Cheese.
Friday - Fish and Chips.
Week 2 (wb. 8th June, 22nd June, 6th July) will be as follows:
Monday - Meatballs (pork or veggie) and Spaghetti with Garlic Bread.
Tuesday - Sausage (pork or veggie) and Mash.
Wednesday - Cheese and Tomato Pizza.
Thursday - Jacket Potato with cheese, tuna or beans.
Friday - Fish and Hash Browns.
These menus are subject to change but will be stuck to as far as is possible.
Information for Y6 parents, parents of vulnerable children and Keyworker's children regarding their child returning to school on 1st June
Please see PDF's below giving you further Information:
Edge Hill Academy COVID-19 Risk Assessment
Please click on the link below for Edge Academy Risk COVID-19 Risk Assessment
Please see below a letter concerning the possible reopening of school to more pupils in June. There is also a 'Frequently Asked Questions' document provided by the Department for Education..
Posted Wednesday 13th May 2020
Re: possible reopening of school to more pupils in June
I hope you are all keeping safe and well. I am writing to let you know that we understand that you will have concerns and questions after the news that schools may reopen on 1 June to reception, year 1 and year 6 pupils if the government thinks it is safe then.
It’s a very unsettling time for us all, but rest assured that we’re going to be doing everything we can to make sure we’re ready to receive year 6 if it’s safe for our school to reopen in the coming weeks.
We are creating a detailed action plan that we’ll share with you as soon as possible so you know what the school’s reopening will look like in practice. Precautions we’ll be taking include:
If your child is clinically extremely vulnerable, or living with someone who is in this group, they should not come back to school and should continue home learning. If your child is clinically vulnerable (but not clinically extremely vulnerable), you should follow medical advice to decide if they should come back to school. Please refer to government guidance for further details of these groups.
I want to reassure you that we’re not going to be pressuring anyone to send their children to school. We’ll keep you updated with all our preparations for making sure the school is as safe as possible, so you can make an informed decision.
In the meantime, the school is still open only for vulnerable pupils and the children of critical workers. We know some employers will be encouraging you to return to work, but we’re not in a position right now to extend places to other children until we receive further government guidance.
We’d like to thank you for your continued support in helping your child learn from home. We’ll keep you updated once we know more about when schools will be able to reopen for other year groups.
If your child will remain at home beyond 1st June, we’ll continue to support you and them with home learning, and meal support for those eligible. Please do continue to stay in touch with us about how your child is getting on.
Dr. Mike Mander
Edge Hill Academy