Childcare and Schools
It is vitally important that parents follow Government advice and keep their children at home where possible to help contain the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19). Only send your child to your childcare setting if you have to because your work is critical to the coronavirus response. If you can keep your child safe at home, do so.
We have put measures in place to open a limited number of our schools and childcare settings to provide care for children of critical workers and to the most vulnerable children.
By vulnerable children we mean those who are supported by social care, have safeguarding and welfare needs (such as those with a child in need plan or a child protection plan) looked after children, young carers, disabled children or those who have a statement of educational needs.
For more information and to book visit: childcare provision for children of critical workers and vulnerable children
Pembrokeshire primary school teachers have got together to create a fantastic bilingual online learning resource for county children and families to use at home www.dysguarlein.com
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Summer exams are cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
For the most up-to-date information: Qualifications Wales Covid-19 Information
Free School Meals
Those eligible for Free School Meals will receive a letter or email with vouchers redeemable at any Tesco store.
The voucher represents 13 days of Free School Meals from 15/04/20 - 01/05/20.
From the Monday 4th May, free school meal entitlement will be paid by bank transfer for the two weeks up to Friday 15th May.
Please contact the Pembrokeshire County Council Catering Team via email@example.com or on
01437 775912, 01437 775922 or 01437 775250.
If you have difficulties going shopping, because of self-isolation for example, and cannot get help from friends, family or neighbours, please contact the Community Co-ordination Hub
The Hub can also be contacted by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01437 776301.