Coronavirus Information & Updates

UPDATED 7.00am, TUESDAY 26th MAY 2020

SCHOOL IS PARTIALLY OPEN FOR VULNERABLE CHILDREN AND CHILDREN OF CRITICAL WORKERS ONLY

Following the Government annnouncement and recent DFE guidance, we have shared our TKAT plans, via a letter sent through 'MarvellousMe', regarding if your child can return to school. A copy of this letter can be found on the right hand column.  

As it stands at the moment we can welcome back children, when the governement say it is safe to do so, but not before 8th June 2020, in the following order:

1. Children who have critical woker parents (see government list of critical workers)

2. Children with an Education & Health Care Plan (EHCP)

3. Children who are deemed vulnerable with a social worker

4. Children in our EYFS class

5. Children in our Year 1 class

Can I still urge caution around what you tell your children and make no promises as guidance is changing freqently. Naturally we want to be back together, however, I must insist the safety of staff, pupils, parent and the local Portfield community comes first.

I will continue to update you as soon as I know more details. If you have any questions or concerns please email me at: andrew.strong@portfield-tkat.org

On behalf of everyone at Portfield Primary Academy I would like to thank you for your continued support during this strange and difficult time. 

The School Office is not open. If you need to speak to someone then please call or email.  

Mr Strong is the member of the Senior Leadership Team on duty so should be called first:

Mr Strong - Mobile: 07593 384512 Email: andrew.strong@portfield-tkat.org

Nicki Graham - Mobile: 07593 381609 Email: nicki.graham@portfield-tkat.org

Mobile phones will be on 8.00am to 4.00pm - Monday to Friday

If it is an emergency outside of these hours, then please email one or both of us and we will respond as soon as we can.

Please keep checking the school website, Facebook & 'MarvellousMe' for messages, updates and examples of the fantastic work taking place at home.

Stay safe,

Mr Strong

Headteacher