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COVID-19 provision for children of keyworkers

18 Apr 2020
Written by Tim Scott
School
The Girls' and Boys' Schools are working together to care for vulnerable children and those whose parents are critical workers in the country’s response to the COVID-19 epidemic. This provision has continued throughout the Easter Vacation and will do so for as long as it is required. This has been made possible due to the generosity of our staff and their willingness to volunteer, whilst also maintaining their duties with regards to remote learning.

Any local Alumni of either School who are keyworkers and require care for their children between the ages of 4-14 should contact Andrea Loveless aloveless@habsgirls.org.uk to make arrangements for their care at School.

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