Coronavirus - Schools and community adult learning
Schools across Wales closed on Friday 20th March. This is a Welsh Government decision and we must follow this advice in the interest of public health and the wellbeing of our pupils and staff. CCBC is seeking further clarification about the length of the closure period.
Coronavirus update - Welsh Government announcement regarding school closures:
Free school meals delivery service
If your child is currently receiving free school meals you can request a weekly supply of frozen meals delivered to your door. To request this service, please complete the request form below.
Visit our Covid-19 free school meal delivery service webpage for details and how to apply.
Coronavirus school and childcare assistance for critical workers
We are prioritising applications for school and childcare hub placements for children where all adults in the family home are critical to the COVID-19 response and must be in the workplace so the children cannot be safely cared for at home. Every child who can be safely cared for at home should be, and only where there is no safe alternative should you apply.
Visit our Covid-19 childcare provision webpage for details and how to apply.
School Admissions appeals
We are monitoring Welsh Government guidance and currently considering the possible impact of the coronavirus on school admission appeals hearings for secondary school places in September 2020.
Sorry that we cannot give further clarity on this matter at this time and understand the uncertainty is difficult for families however, please be assured that as soon as we have received advice from the Welsh Government we will contact you.
Please email the School Admissions Team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require further information..
Community adult learning
Due to the ongoing spread of the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) and updated Public Health Wales guidelines it has been decided to suspend ALL classes and clubs as from 5pm on Tuesday 17 March 2020 for a period of 12 weeks.
Oxford House is now closed to the general public.