Food parcels for 6th Form students
Sixth Form students who receive free school meals are entitled to a food parcel whilst out of school due to Covid19. The parcels provide enough food for 10 lunchtime meals for a student and include items such as loaves of bread, tinned tuna fish, baked beans, fruit, cheese and other items to replace the free meal your daughter would normally receive at school.
Food parcels can be collected from Reception between 1pm and 4.30pm on Thursday the 24th September or between 8am and 4.30 pm on Friday 25th September.
Food parcels can be collected by another member of your household or by a neighbour (who will need to tell us your daughter's date of birth as a security measure). Sixth Form students are NOT allowed to come to school to collect their food parcel themselves as they are supposed to be self-isolating at home.
Food parcels being prepared for our Sixth Form free school meal students who are self-isolating whilst their bubble is closed due to COVID-19. These can be collected after 1pm today. pic.twitter.com/TEFxSX9NIG— Bordesley Green Girls School & Sixth Form (@BGGS_Birmingham) September 24, 2020
If you are not able to collect the food parcel and cannot find a friend or neighbour who can do it, you may contact the school to request a home delivery. Home deliveries depend on volunteer staff and we cannot guarantee when it will reach your home over the next two days. Please make every reasonable effort to get to school to collect the food parcel as this will help us to help you.
Remember: maintain social distancing at all times when visiting Reception and do NOT come to school if you or any one in your household has symptoms of Covid19.