Please follow the link for the letter regarding the school return for 22 February 2021
Follow attached link for the letter from Midlothian Council following the First Minister’s announcement yesterday (2February2021).
Midlothian Council Letter January 2021
Please read the letter below from Midlothian Council regarding our return to school in January.
The school break has been extended to pupils to 11th January when online learning will begin.
You will be contacted on 6th January to let you know if you have a keyworker or vulnerable child space in the school from 7-14th January. You will not be given a keyworker space if you do not complete the survey.
All other pupils will begin online learning from 11th January.
Latest Statement from Midlothian Council
Please find below a statement from the Scottish Government.
As you may already be aware, following the publication of a route map document today which outlines the Scottish Government’s planned future response to the COVID19 Pandemic – https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-framework-decision-making-scotlands-route-map-through-out-crisis/ the First Minister has announced, that the Scottish Government is currently planning for the reopening of Scottish schools on 11th August 2020.
This announcement is part of a wider planned route map on the reopening of schools and ELC settings which can be accessed here – https://www.gov.scot/publications/excellent-equity-during-covid-19-pandemic-strategic-framework-reopening-schools-early-learning-childcare-provision-scotland/
We understand that this will be an anxious and uncertain time for many people, including parents and carers. For that reason the Scottish Government have produced a Q&A document to support parents and carers at this time. This document covers some of the key questions that parents will have with regard to the safe reopening of schools and ELC settings. This information has been published on the Scottish Government’s Parent Club website and can be accessed at – www.parentclub.scot/easing-restrictions-in-scotland