This morning Brakenhale school has taken the decision to move to online learning for today following a confirmed case of COVID-19.
Cllr Ms Ash Merry and Cllr Marc Brunel-Walker attended The Lexicon alongside COVID-19 ambassadors to hand out free packs and offering advice to residents.
The majority of schools in Bracknell Forest will provide online learning on Friday 18 December.
This is so they can complete the bulk of essential contact tracing ahead of the Christmas bubble system coming into force.
Cllr Paul Bettison, OBE, Leader of Bracknell Forest Council, gives a weekly update.
He encourages us to support local traders across the borough, and tells us about the new COVID-19 ambassadors.
Vote for your favourite in Bracknell Forest’s Children’s Book of the Year 2020.
All Bracknell Forest schools continue to work as hard as they can to provide effective education in a safe environment for their pupils.
Christmas is just around the corner and we are reminding residents that there will be changes to waste and recycling collections over the festive period.
It’s goodbye to 2020 and hello 2021! Why not herald the new year with a new Community Learning course this spring?
As we’re in the middle of a pandemic it is not unusual for school pupils to be asked to self-isolate as a result of being in close contact with someone who has tested positive.
Garth Hill College will remain closed on Monday 7 December and Tuesday 8 December following a COVID-19 outbreak, with online learning in place for all pupils.