Wishing all our children and families a very Happy New Year We look forward to seeing you all soon
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"Longniddry Primary School" - 5 new articles

  1. Happy New Year
  2. Longniddry Community Food Pantry
  3. Updated FAQ’s for Parents/Carers
  4. Early Learning & Childcare Places Aug 2020
  5. #whatwemissaboutschool
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Happy New Year


Wishing all our children and families a very Happy New Year

We look forward to seeing you all soon

 

    

Longniddry Community Food Pantry

Longniddry Community Food pantry is now open on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9.15-12.15pm at Longniddry Community Centre.

If you require extra support due to living on a low income, being a single parent or because your circumstances have changed due to Covid-19 – you are furloughed, unemployed or on reduced hours come and visit us or contact us on longniddrycc@eastlothian.gov.uk or 01875 852933

    

Updated FAQ’s for Parents/Carers

Please find attached the most up to date Covid-19 FAQ’s from NHS Lothian

COVID-19 FAQs for parents and carers

 

 

    

Early Learning & Childcare Places Aug 2020

The current health outbreak continues to have an impact on arrangements for Early Learning and Childcare for the forthcoming academic year 2020/21.

We know that parents will want to know about nursery places within council nurseries, partner nurseries and childminders for August 20202 as soon as possible. We recognise that you will also want reassurances on how our services will operate to keep your children safe. We want to update you on our preparations.

The Deputy First Minister has convened the ‘Covid Education Recovery Group’ (CERG). This group brings together key stakeholders in school education and early learning and childcare to support national and local government re-open education and childcare settings when it is safe to do so.

As you would expect, this is a complex process and the safety and wellbeing of children, families and staff is key. New national guidance is being prepared and all service providers will need time to understand what needs to be in place before we can plan to open. This includes reviewing our facilities, the number of children we can accommodate under any new guidance, hygiene and cleaning, and staffing impacts.

Given the current uncertainty we have had to delay issuing notification of council nursery place allocations. We will review this decision in June. Partner Nurseries and Childminders will contact with parents/carers direct about places within their setting, they will also need time to understand and prepare for these changes.

We are grateful for your understanding and patience at this time and will continue to update the website as more information becomes available.

    

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