During the coronavirus outbreak and this period of school closure, we are now pleased to be able to offer eligible parents and pupils access to free school meals by supplying supermarket eGift cards, that can be spent locally to you. The DfE have funded these eGift cards as part of a national scheme. You will be able to choose which supermarket you would like an eGift card for including Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrisons, Tesco and more.
Eligible families will be receiving their initial eCode via email w/c 20th April which can be redeemed online for an eGift card for the supermarket of your choice. You will then receive eCodes on a weekly basis until further notice (during term time only).
We will publish further information w/c 20th April once the initial eCodes have been distributed.
Please note: the launch of this voucher scheme means that we will no longer be offering daily packed lunches for collection.
Thank you for your continued support at this challenging time.
The above information is for any parent who has a child eligible for Free School Meals (not including those eligible for the Universal meal offer for EYFS/Key Stage 1).
Parents, would you like free access to online learning activities linked to Literacy, phonics, EAL or Modern Foreign Languages?
Flash Academy have kindly offered us free access to their app for all our children. If you would like to take advantage of this offer, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and they will get you set up.
Visit Flash Academy for further information.
Parents of children with Autism can access advice and support from the Communication and Autism Team via their new telephone helpline service.