Woolton Safe Space
From Monday 23rd March, Woolton Primary School will be a Childcare Hub for Key workers as defined by Liverpool City Council on the link below. Our Hub is called Woolton Safe Space.
Please check the criteria carefully to ensure that you qualify as a key worker. If you have an adult at home, even if you are a key worker, your child must stay at home.
If you qualify for a place in a Hub we will be open from Monday 23rd March from 9am to 4pm.
If you are planning to bring your child/ren to us please understand and be prepared for the following:
- When you arrive at school, for the first time, you will be required to complete a registration form including contact details, emergency contact details, medical information, allergies, dietary information and SEND needs.
- If your child currently attends Woolton Primary School you will still need to complete this form - Please note this could take time on Monday morning as we expect to be very busy.
- Your child needs to come in non-uniform and bring a suitable outdoor coat.
- Children are not permitted to bring electronic equipment, mobile phones or toys and games.
- On Monday 23rd all children attending will receive a free school meal.
- Further information about meals will follow.
- Your child will be in a childcare environment, they will be playing games, doing craft/art activities and being outside. This is not an educational environment.
- The values of Woolton Primary School will apply to this Hub setting.
- It is the expectation of the Hub that your child needs to respond to and follow the positive behaviour guidance given by staff and in line with the expectation of the school they are currently enrolled in.
- Our setting has the right to refuse entry to any child who does not follow the expectations of the Hub.
- Any child who is unwell will be sent home as quickly as possible.
- We have a number of children we can accept on a daily basis and if we are full you will be directed to a nearby Hub.
- We will be receiving daily updates from the Local Authority in response to national guidance and will update this page in response.
- There are 50 Hubs across the city, you can use the one which works best for you.
Please be patient as we work together during this time of national crisis, any unacceptable behaviour from Parents or Carers will not be tolerated.
Please see the helpful links to national and local guidance listed below:
Closure of Educational Settings:
Liverpool response to the coronavirus crisis
Liverpool City Council Website Updates
Support for families entitled to free school meals
If you feel unwell you are encouraged to use the following NHS website rather than ringing 111 straight away: