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All children in Years 1-6 will return to school on Wednesday 2nd September 2020. Please see the Return to School Letter on the Coronavirus page or on the Letters page for detailed information. We look forward to seeing everyone!


Year 1-6 Returning to school Wednesday 2nd September 2020

ROBLOX information for parents (NATIONAL ONLINE SAFETY)

Top tips for parents regarding online use during Coronavirus

Letter regarding Year 6 returning to school - 9th June

Letter to parents regarding school opening on June 2nd

Letter from Chair of Governors


All families in Years R-6 have been contacted today (19th May 2020) by phone.

If you were unable to take our call, please read this important notice.


  • St Clare’s School is reopening on 2nd June 2020, for children whose parents are Key Workers (See list below)


  • There are only a limited number of places, because of the need for children to keep 2 metres apart


  • Please phone St Clare’s today, before 4.00pm, if you were not able to answer our call, and you are a Key Worker, so that we can discuss when child can return to school


  • Alternatively, please ring St Hugh’s Hub tomorrow, or by 3.00pm Thursday 21.5.20 at the latest (St Hugh’s Hub   0151 733 2899)




  1. NHS staff; social workers, care workers, health and social care staff and those required to maintain the sector;
  2. teachers, specialist education professionals and nursery staff;
  3. staff essential to the operation of the justice system;
  4. staff involved in the management of the deceased;
  5. administrative staff in local and central government essential to the delivery of the COVID-19 response or the delivery of essential public services, such as the payment of benefits.
  6. This includes government agencies and arms-length bodies;
  7. staff delivering essential public services such as payment of benefits;
  8. staff involved in the distribution of food or other key goods;
  9. police and police support staff;
  10. fire and rescue staff and support staff;
  11. transport workers;
  12. utilities workers;
  13. probation staff;
  14. IT staff necessary to support Covid-19 response;
  15. payment providers;
  16. waste disposal service presumably including refuse collection;
  17. armed forces personnel;
  18. MoD civilian staff and contractors;
  19. National Crime Agency;
  20. border security;
  21. national security staff;
  22. religious and charity staff;
  23. journalists and broadcasters;
  24. university staff working in a research role to help fight Covid-19

Dear Parents/Carers,

Please find a letter from the Local Authority with regards to schools re-opening. Further details are to follow. Many thanks, Miss Peaston.

If you wish to phone school, in the event of an emergency, during the current school closure, please use this number 0151 733 2899, which is the number for St Hugh's Hub.

Safeguarding Information and Guidance regarding Domestic Violence from Merseyside Violence Reduction Partnership:


Domestic Abuse during the lockdown is a very real concern, and family members will be at an increased risk.  We need to ensure that we are proactive in asking appropriate and safe questions while families are in lockdown.  


Police guidance on the ‘999 silent solution’ call:


The 999 call system allows all 999 callers to access support if they are unable to speak during the call.  It is important that either a noise is made or that 55 is pressed.  For example, if you can only make noise, such as tapping the handset, coughing, crying or even talking to the offender, then these actions will alert the attention of the BT operator.


If you are supporting someone who is suffering with domestic abuse, speaking out is not always an option when someone is in real danger, so please encourage use of the 999 silent call.  The Police Force and specially trained officers are still there for people during the lockdown.  The below list details services which are also available:


For support:


In an emergency always, ring 999.   Using a silent 999 call followed by 55 (or tapping/coughing into the phone) will enable police to respond.

National Domestic Abuse 24 hour Support Helpline: 0808 2000 247

RESPECT National Helpline, perpetrators (9am to 5pm): 0808 802 4040


Support directories:


Or ring:

Liverpool Domestic Abuse Services                                                             0151 263 7474

Merseyside Domestic Violence Service                                                      0780 272 2703          

South Liverpool Domestic Abuse Services                                                 0151 494 2222

Ruby Project                                                                                                    0771 428 9180

Savera UK (honour based abuse & harmful practice specialist)             0800 107 0726

Worst Kept Secret Helpline (Merseyside)                                                  0800 028 3398


Support for children:

Young Persons Advisory Service (YPAS)                                                      0151 707 1025



Support for men:

Men’s Advice Line (Freephone)                                                                     0808 801 0327          



In response to the current coronavirus pandemic, Liverpool Local Authority’s SEND Support Services would like to offer advice and support to our settings and families during this difficult time. The attached flyer gives details of a helpline we have set up for settings, schools and families to access specialist support. The flyer details the different services offering support, the helpline numbers, the timings for the different helplines and email contact details for each service.

Support for parents of families for children with SEND

Parenting Through Covid19 BLOG – One city. One Effort.