To all our parents and carers
❗IMPORTANT INFORMATION - SCHOOL TRANSPORT❗
We have been informed by Telford & Wrekin that some Parents/Carers of our current year 6 children have not yet applied for transport to Southall School.
A REMINDER THAT THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS 30 JUNE 2020.
The council is planning for the scenario that children and young people will return to their educational settings in September – although this will be officially confirmed.
** You only need to reapply for travel assistance if your child is moving to a new school in September or if you are moving to a new home address **
New travel assistance policies are in place and both these and the place to apply can be found at:
If you have any questions or queries, please contact the transport team directly by calling (01952) 384620 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need any help from school or have any questions, please give us a call on (01952) 387540 or email email@example.com.
Free School Meals Letter / Supermarket Vouchers during the Summer Holiday
Please click on 'School Newsletters and Correspondence' to view a letter about free school meals - eligibility/applying and supermarket vouchers over the holiday period.
School Meals Update June 2020
A letter has been emailed today to all parents/carers regarding new school meal arrangements. (Please click on 'School Newsletters and Correspondence' to view a copy).
Thank you to everyone who has replied to the email to confirm receipt of the information.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP if you have not received the information - this will ensure that we have up to date email addresses for everyone for future updates and correspondence.
Update: Risk assessment documentation can now be accessed by clicking 'School Newsletters and Correspondence'.
I just wanted to catch up with you all following Boris Johnson’s announcement yesterday where he stated his hope to have Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 children return to school on June 1st. There will be more detailed guidance shared today and I will be having meetings over the next few days with the Local Authority SEND and Health & Safety teams as well as working closely with our colleagues in other local special schools.
As always, we want to support the community and in particular our children and their families as much as we can, however we also have a duty to ensure that school is as safe as it can be for both children and staff. I am sure you are aware of the difficulties of social distancing with all our children but in particular the younger ones.
For the next couple of weeks there is no change in the current arrangements. Thank you for your support in continuing to keep your children at home where you can.
I will do my best to ensure that I provide you with up to date information and developments as soon as practically possible.
Many thanks for working so closely with us.
Welcome from the Headteacher
At Haughton School we strive to help each child develop their academic, social and practical abilities to their highest level. To help each child achieve self-confidence, initiative and independence. We achieve this through a school community based on caring, sharing and learning. With relationships between children, parents, governors and school staff based on mutual trust and respect.