Need Help with your Energy Supplier?
What can it do? How to get help.
Hasn’t yet committed to sending out top-up cards or keys loaded with credit.
If you’re in isolation and you think you’ll use up your balance and emergency credit, contact British Gas and it has said it’ll find a solution on a case-by-case basis. See its FAQs.
Call 0333 202 9802
EDF says it can post top-up cards or keys loaded with credit to your home.
EDF has advised people who self-isolate to ask friends and family to help you top up. Where this is not possible, it says it can deliver ‘preloaded’ cards and keys if you need to self-isolate – this balance will then be collected back at a “suitable rate” later.
Call 0333 200 5100
E.on says it can post top-up cards or keys loaded with credit to your home or send an engineer to top up your meter.
It says if your electricity meter falls below 50p of emergency credit,
We’ve come to the end of an unimaginable month.
Things we deal with now on a daily basis felt like something from science fiction movie only a few short weeks ago.
Regardless, TLA continues.
See attached our March newsletter with updates, good news and important messages.
Please only attend tomorrow if you have:
1. You have confirmed an invitation from Miss Smith earlier in the week
2. You have booked a key worker session through the booking system
If your child is due to attend school on Monday please read the following carefully.
The school day will be 9am – 3pm and pupils need to attend in full school uniform. Please only use the bottom car park and entrance to school and come as close to the above times as possible. You will clearly see markers on the floor should there be a que into school, please ensure you keep to these marks to ensure social distancing requirements. Do not bring bookbags, packed lunches etc as we have everything we need in school. Please only bring your child’s water bottle which is clearly named.
Please work with staff on Monday and follow their lead to ensure a smooth and quick transition into and out of school.
We have just received further information from the government regarding the arrangements being put in place for ‘Critical Workers’ to be able to continue to send their child to school during the Corona outbreak. You can see the full guidance here Guidance We are working as quickly as possible with our staff and the support of the Trust to get provision in place but this will take a little time and we really need your help.
There are several key points to bear in mind:
Dear Parents and Carers,
Apologies first for sending out so much information at once but please do take the time to read it.
I would like to thank you for all of your support, understanding and patience over the past few weeks as we tried to respond to Government guidance re. the Coronavirus. You are all aware that yesterday we received notice to close schools from Friday this week and we are currently in the process of planning for this.
Whilst there are still many ‘unknowns’ we are able to plan for a few ‘knowns’ and I would like to share details with you. Throughout the school closure period I will keep you up to date with developments via emails and text messages.
1. Schools have been asked to provide a childcare service for Key Workers who have no alternative childcare provision. Whilst we wait for greater clarity on this we have started to build a picture of how many children this may involve in order to plan for a service,
Dear parents and carers,
We write to share the most recent guidance that we have received regarding Corona virus (COVID19) and outline our school’s response to this guidance. We have also attached a link to guidance taken from the GOV.UK website which explains how to keep yourselves safe at home should you develop symptoms, https://www.gov.uk/…/publica…/covid-19-stay-at-home-guidance
At the moment the Government and Public Health England state that they have moved from the containment part of their plan to the delay part; this is designed to slow down the spread of the virus using the following methods:
· Frequent handwashing.
· Staying at home for seven days if you have a new persistent cough and/or fever.
We continue to ensure that children and staff wash hands on arrival at school, after playtime, before lunch, after lunchtime and after afternoon play, children are also being asked to wash their hands if they sneeze, cough or blow their noses.
Dear parents and carers,
All the staff at Temple Learning Academy are very proud of the school that we are building together and the quality of education that we provide for our pupils. We are also extremely grateful for the support and trust that we receive from families, which in turn empowers us to do a better job for your children.
Pupils regularly tell us that they feel happy and safe and cared for in our school, and this is a wonderful and crucially important achievement. They want to learn and they want to achieve the very best.
Pupils also tell us that they want our support to make further improvements with their behaviours and attitudes to learning. Our own observations of the pupils show us that they need even more support in developing their abilities to behave in ways that maximise their learning. We need to build their focus, maturity, independence and resilience. This is especially true as pupils grow older and prepare for the world after they leave Temple Learning Academy at the end of Year 11.
Please see attached the TNCP Easter Holiday Activity Programme. All activities are now available to book via their website.