Message regarding school closure from 05.01.2021
Good Evening ,
From tomorrow (05.01.2021), main school will be closed to all pupils except keyworker and vulnerable children.
If you believe you fall into these categories please bring your child to school at 8.40am.
To check if your child meets this criteria, please check the Gov website.
If your child is new to the school or your employment circumstances have changed from the previous lockdown then staff members will be handing out keyworker application forms in the playground.
Please ask a member of staff if you require one.
We apologise for the short notice but we thank you for your on going support during this period.
Selston C of E Infant and Nursery School.
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