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Letter from Director of Public Health - 06.11.2020

 

 Birmingham City Council Director of Public Health 10 Woodcock Street Birmingham B7 4BL 

 

06th November 2020 

Dear parent/carer 

I hope this finds you well and you and your family are keeping safe in these restricted times. 

As children return to school after the half term break it is important to remember the threat posed by the pandemic and that we must all remain vigilant. 

Drop and Collect COVID Testing Service

 

 Our ref: PH/REM/SM 091020 

9 October 2020 

Dear Parent / Carer 

Drop and collect Covid testing service 

In order to help keep communities safe we’re offering free, completely optional Coronavirus tests. Birmingham City Council staff and volunteers, supported by the RAF, will be visiting areas across the city. They drop off a test, tell you the details and come back within an hour. 

You may already have noticed these teams, or you may see them out and about in coming days and weeks. 

Update Letter 06.10.2020

Tuesday 6th October 2020

Dear Parents/Carers,

We have now had all of the children back in for two weeks and everything is working well except for Friday lunchtimes; despite trying various strategies.

 

As a result of the restricted outside space and staff numbers, children have to rush their lunch, some children do not get some or all of their playtime or have to line up and wait for a long time.

 

Therefore, from FRIDAY 9th OCTOBER onwards

· Reception, Y1 and Y2 children will eat their packed lunch in school as usual

Letter from Public Health at Birmingham City Council

21st September 2020

Dear parent/carer,

It’s been wonderful to see children back at school, learning and seeing their friends again. I know the past few months have been hard on all of us and I’d like to thank you for your continued support.

You will have seen some changes to the way your school operates so I wanted to take this opportunity to remind you of why these are vital to the safe running of school; please remember that although many aspects of society have opened up again, although in a different way, the virus has not gone away.