22.06.20 Letter to Parents and Guardians from Gwynedd Council

I wrote to you on 15 June outlining our plans in Gwynedd in relation to the Welsh Government’s announcement concerning schools partially reopening on a ‘check in, catch up and prepare’ basis.
The original announcement stipulated that this would be for a period of four weeks from 29th June. The Council is grateful for all the hard work being done in schools to prepare for the 29th...

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08.06.20 Check in, Catch Up, Prepare for Summer and September

Wednesday afternoon, 03/06/2020, the Education Minister, Kirsty Williams, published details of the next phase for schools in Wales, providing an opportunity for your child to “Check in, Catch Up, Prepare for Summer and September”. As part of this statement, the Minister confirmed the intention that schools will plan to start the next phase on 29 June, with the summer term extended by a week, ending on 27 July. Furthermore, the last weeks of this summer term will be used to make sure pupils, staff and parents are prepared – mentally, emotionally and practically – for the new normal in September. The autumn half-term break will be extended to two weeks.

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12.03.20 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Advice for parents or carers

This guidance will assist schools, childcare and other educational settings in providing advice for pupils, students, staff and parents or carers regarding:

1. Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
2. How to prevent the spread of disease
3. Cases and contacts in educational and childcare settings

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