This page will be updated with all relevant and important information for parents and carers.
If you have any further queries, please use the contact details to get in contact with us and we will do our best to help.
The Local Authority have provided the following documents for parents/carers to help you prepare your child for their return and as a parent, to gain a sense of control over the uncertainties.
The NHS have launched an NHS Covid-19 symptom checker. It asks questions about symptoms, it describes the type of cough in detail. It then comes up with advice on whether your symptoms are Covid-19 related or not. It tells you if you need a test or can continue as normal. Parents/carers can use this for advice on symptoms anyone in the household may be suffering.
During this difficult time we are committed to providing children with access to remote learning. Please click on the link below to view Moston Lane's remote learning offer.
For information on how Moston Lane are spending the Covid-19 catch up funding click on the link below.
LATEST UPDATE: Please see the letter below containing important information regarding the reporting of symptoms and test results over the Easter break.
Please see below a letter from David Regan, Director of Public Health for Manchester welcoming families back to school from Monday 8th March 2021.
Please see the important update below regarding the re-opening of school from Monday 8th March 2021.
Please see the important update below regarding the re-opening of school from Tuesday 5th January 2021.
Please see the update below from Mrs Kerton regarding the re-opening of school after the Christmas break.
Mrs Kerton would like to thank all our Parents/Carers and families for your support in these extremely challenging times and wish you all a safe, healthy & happy Christmas.
Please see the update below from Mrs Kerton regarding the re-opening of school in September 2020:
Please find below an information booklet on COVID-19 in a range of languages.
Click on the link below for up to date information for new and expectant parents during COVID-19.