The past few months have been very challenging times for our country. Measures put in place to reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) have been hard for us all, but have kept people safe and saved lives.
Amberley Parochial Primary has remained open to the children of Key Workers throughout the lock-down period and staff have worked with families to ensure continued learning at home.
We are now past the peak of the virus and the Prime Minister has set out a recovery strategy, while also ensuring that safety remains the government's absolute priority. This means it is time to begin the phased return of children and young people to nurseries, schools and colleges in a way that is measured, reduces risks and is guided by science.
From the week beginning 1st June, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 will be able to return to school. We have been hard at work to adapt our school environment so that we can ensure the safety of the school community. The documents below detail our plans and the 'road map' for the return of more pupils. Home learning will continue for those children unable to return, and additional learning opportunities can be found on the class home learning pages.