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Department for Education Coronavirus helpline - this helpline has been set up to answer questions about the virus related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline.
School Meal Provision
South Tyneside Council School Meals Service provide all food for our school. Whilst meals are cooked on site, kitchen staff are employed by school meals services and not the school. Decisions around provision of school meals is made by school meals services and not the school itself.
For children of key workers and vulnerable children in school
School catering staff will be serving a reduced hot and cold menu every day from Monday. These meals are free to all children attending school.
Children NOT attending school but entitled to Free School Meals
Eligible parents will be receive email vouchers directly from Edenred, the company contracted by the government to deal with issuing vouchers. If you are having issues with your vouchers, Elizabeth Luke at South Tyneside School Meals may be able to help.
We wish you and your families well in these challenging times.
This document has been produced in conjunction with Government, Public Health England and Department for Education guidance.
All known hazards have been identified, the risks evaluated and control measures put in place to minimise the spread of the virus, as far as reasonably practicable.
We cannot eliminate all risk, but if this risk assessment is followed it will mitigate risk as far as reasonably practicable.
It is the staff’s responsibility to read and understand this document and implement the control measures described to ensure, where reasonably practicable, that pupils adhere to all social distancing, infection control measures and follow school specific requirements.