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Nicedayforawedding Sat 20-Jun-20 21:42:35

Ds has been invited in for some sessions at school before the holidays. He’s in Year 1.I have to shield until the end of the month and I am anxious about him going back to school. School say they have strict bubbles and these remain ‘pure’ so it’s very safe. I’m still trying to grasp the new way of doing things but I don’t understand. In recent photos shared on the dojo Ds’s friend is the son of a keyworker and was in the Year 1 bubble. Later in the week there were photos of the keyworker bubble and ds’s friend - same boy - was in that bubble too. There were different children in that bubble and all keyworkers. Is this right?

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Snuggles81 Sat 20-Jun-20 22:19:55

Your best to ask your school what their policy is.

For my school, if the child has been accessing the key worker provision and they are in the returning year groups, the parent decides if they return to the class bubble or the key worker bubble but not both. Our returning children are only in 4 days, were as key worker is open 5 days. If they need their child in on the day we clean, they have to use the key worker bubble only. (Hope that makes sense)

The key worker bubble may have different children each day depending on parent shifts but they are the constant group of children.

Snuggles81 Sat 20-Jun-20 22:20:35

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Nicedayforawedding Sat 20-Jun-20 22:50:36

Thanks, the written information from the school indicates that there will be no mixing of bubbles and that they will remain ‘pure’. This is why I was confused when I saw the photos which totally contradict the written information.

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LilyPond2 Sun 21-Jun-20 00:38:00

Given that the written information and the photos contradict each other, I think it's completely fair enough to contact the school and raise that exact point.

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