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"The behaviour of pupils is good. They have respect and care for each other, and display excellent manners."

- 'Good' OFSTED REPORT 2017 - Moorside Junior School

Key Worker Bookings

The Prime Minister has announced that a new national lockdown will come into force on Wednesday 6 January and that Primary Schools will close from Tuesday 5th January 2021. This is with the exception of Nursery children, children of critical workers and children classed as vulnerable.

This decision does not suggest that schools are no longer safe places for young people. Instead, limiting attendance is about reducing the number of contacts that all of us have with people in other households. When making a critical worker booking, please consider whether:

1) There is anybody else in your household, who could care for your child;

2) Which specific days your child needs to be in school, dependent on your shift pattern/working hours (if you are not at work every day Monday – Friday, then they do not need to be in school every day).

To help us collate a weekly list of children who will be in school so we can manage appropriate staffing, we ask that you complete this form if you feel that you fall into a ‘critical worker’ category and you require your child to attend school.

The cut-off time for bookings will be 4.30pm on a Wednesday prior to the following week. This is to ensure we can have appropriate staffing in place. If we do not receive a booking form from you, your child will not have a place allocated.

    Please enter your Name (First name and Surname)

    If you have any questions or queries, please contact the school office.

    Reviews from the Children

    Gracie, Year 6

    "My favourite thing about school is the teachers because they are so kind and helpful".

    Andrew, Year 6

    "I enjoy when we have Forest School because we have the best hot chocolate and marshmallows and find animals".

    Emily, Year 6

    "I enjoy doing art with Mr Moss and Forest School. The most enjoyable thing is going on residential trips like Marrick".

    Evie, Year 3

    "I like Literacy because it makes my writing better. I also like PE because we learn new skills that we don't know yet".

    Ethan, Year 3

    "I enjoy our big field as we can play on the play equipment".

    Liam, Year 3

    "I like PE as we get to learn with Mr Doey".

    Xander, Year 3

    "I like Forest School as we get to eat Marshmallows!"

    Kolby, Year 3

    "I enjoy play times as I get to play with my friends".

    Beatrice, Year 3

    "I enjoy reading because we learn new things from books".

    Edward, Year 3

    "I like Maths and Topic. In Topic, we find out about different Countries".

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