Rapid Response Vehicle Testing @Everton Park Lifestyles

Rapid Response Vehicle Testing @Everton Park Lifestyles

The following information has been sent to school for us to inform parents/carers:

The Rapid Response Testing vehicle will be visiting Everton Ward offering free Lateral Flow Tests to key workers/those unable to work from home at the location below on the following days and times:

 The RRV  will be on site at Lifestyles Everton Park,  from  Thursday 11th February – Saturday  13th February  from 9.30am – 4pm.

 Lifestyles Everton Park 

Great Homer Street


L5 5PH

 For those people leaving the house less regularly for things like essential shopping you can still attend the Rapid Response Testing vehicle but ask that you help us prioritise those that need to leave the house on a regular basis to work.

 Anyone with symptoms should NOT attend the above sites and needs to book a test at one of our symptom testing sites via https://www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus-test

Clarification from Public Health and LA regarding places in school during lockdown

This week we have had an  increased number of calls from families requesting  places for key worker children. As always  we are doing our best to support our families but  we are running very close to full capacity whilst maintaining all health and safety Covid-19 guidelines. . It is important that we keep the numbers attending school as low as possible so that we can maintain  the safety of the staff and children in school at the moment.

I have attached below a link to a letter to parents from the local authority and public health . In the letter Steve Reddy  and Matt Ashton remind families that  children and young people, should stay at home unless absolutely necessary.  Children should only be sent into school if there is no way they can safely stay at home and learn remotely.

If there is an adult working at home or able to take leave from their non-critical job, they are asking parents to please think twice before sending your child to school.
This will allow those who really need to be in school to have access to a place. We don’t want to be in a position where we are unable to support safely the number of children wanting to

The safety of our school community is foremost in our minds and would ask that families consider all options for childcare before approaching school for places during lockdown.

The staff and I understand how hard it is for families working at home and we are doing all we can to offer support with home learning. We still have a number of  IT devices available to support home learning and if you feel that this would support you and your child please contact school. We also have free WIFI Sim cards available if  you need help with internet access.

29.01.2021 letter for parents SR and MA

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