- The Scottish Government has updated guidance for schools. This was published on the 30th October 2020. The guidance now states:
“Face coverings should be worn by parents and other visitors to all school sites (whether entering the building or otherwise), including parents at drop-off and pick-up.”
We appreciate that there are exemptions to this but if you are able to, please wear a face covering whilst on school grounds including when you are dropping off and collecting your child from the classroom door.
Thank you for your cooperation in this. Our aim is to keep our whole community as safe as possible.
- A helpline has opened for those at high risk of coronavirus who don’t have existing support. The helpline can give you access to essential food, medication and practical or emotional support. If you’re 70+, pregnant, a disabled person, receive the fly jab for medical reasons or access mental health services, you can call 0800 111 4000 (M-F)
- Please visit Renfrewhire Council’s dedicated page for up to date information and guidance. Guidance can also be found on the Scottish Government website.
- Teachers are using Seesaw to communicate with families and assign weekly homework activities. These can be worked on at a time that fits in to your family schedule. Teachers can be contacted through Seesaw to answer any questions you may have and we encourage the children to keep in touch through this platform.