REACH Holiday Club Summer 2020
REACH Contact Number: 07963 327584
This number is available during session times 8am - 5:30pm
The school office will not be staffed throughout the holidays so please do not use the school phone number.
REACH Session times are 8am until 5:30pm however you can drop off or pick up at anytime during session hours.
Drop off and pick up is from the Year 6 cloakroom door around the back of school
Please let REACH staff know if someone different will be picking up your child at any time
Your child will need a named water bottle and a packed lunch. REACH will provide breakfast and some morning and afternoon snacks.
Please send your child with clothing appropriate for the weather for outdoor play e.g. sun hats, rain coats etc. Once a day suncream should be worn on sunny days. Staff will not be able to put cream on the children. They can superivse and help children to do it to do it themselves though.
Please send your child in footwear that is safe to run around in as we like being active. We have also arranged for Sam Mir, our sports coach, to attend some sessions.
For younger children, please send them with a change of clothes in a bag if you think this might be necessary.
Information relating to COVID-19 Guidelines and Restrictions
You should not send your child if they have any of the symptoms of COVID-19 or if anyone in your household has symptoms. The symptoms are listed on the Government website here.
Children will be kept in consistent groupings of no more than 15 on any one day.
Groupings will be based on age groups (N & R age together and then all other age groups together) This does mean that some siblings will not be allowed to mix during the sessions.
If a child who has attended REACH in the last 14 days needs to be tested for COVID-19, you need to inform us as soon as possible. This can be through the REACH number or through firstname.lastname@example.org
If anyone is being tested from your child's bubble group because they have symptoms listed on the Government website, we will inform all the families from that group without telling you who the person is. Children and staff are still able to attend but should be extra vigilant about symptoms.
If the test comes back negative we would let families know and continue as before.
If the test comes back positive, we would let families know and have to close the bubble for a period of time for self-isolation to take place. We would seek guidance from Public Health and the LA on who this would affect and for how long. We must have your up to date contact details so that we can contact parents quickly if necessary.
Children will be told to wash hands more frequently and there will be extra cleaning that takes place throughout the day.
Only one parent should attend to pick up or drop off. They should remain outside the building and away from other waiting parents of children who may be playing outside.
It is not necessary to use the one way system during holiday times as there is usually a natural stagger to drop off and collection times and there are far less people coming and going than on a normal school day.
The Government have released a guide for what parents should expect from summer provision during the current situation. It can be found here.