A few things to consider when preparing to start school in September 2020

Published: Tue, 1st September 2020, 12:32:00 PM
Anna Clark - Event and Volunteer Coordinator

With the Government announcing all pupils are to return to school full-time in September, schools are implementing a range of measures to keep pupils safe. These measures include regular hand washing, ensuring good respiratory hygiene and minimizing contact with others, for example through asking children to stay within specified separate groups (or bubbles).

When your child is starting nursery or school it can be daunting at the best of times, but starting in a new setting during a global Pandemic can feel extremely worrying. With the Government declaring it safe for all pupils to return to school, it is vital that your child’s setting have planned to support your TOFs medical needs.

TOFS' Event and Volunteer Coordinator, Anna Clark has put together a comprehensive guide for creating an Individual Health Care Plan (IHCP) in order to ensure that your child's medical needs are met when starting school or nursery.  Click here to read more.

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