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Covid-19 Update - Statement (7 Jan 2021)

...including domestic abuse. We are advising the clinically extremely vulnerable to begin shielding again, and, because we must do everything possible to stop the spread of the disease, we have asked schools and colleges to close their doors to all except vulnerable children and those of critical workers. I do not think the House will be in any doubt about our determination—my...

Child Welfare - Question (7 Jan 2021)

Baroness D'Souza: Thank you. My Lords, there has been a welcome focus on children’s welfare in the past few months, be it child poverty, free school meals, obesity, domestic abuse, education and excluded children, among other—

Public Health (6 Jan 2021)

Liz Twist: ...to widen, existing quality. The Government must therefore continue the universal credit and working tax credit uplift of £20 per week, commit to ending the benefit cap, and extend the free school meals entitlement to those whose families receive universal credit or have no recourse to public funds. This lockdown is necessary but it is hard.

Covid-19: Educational Settings (6 Jan 2021)

Gavin Williamson: With permission, Mr Speaker, I would like to make a statement regarding schools in national lockdown. The last thing any Education Secretary wants to do is announce that schools will close, and this is not a decision that the Government ever wanted to take. I would like to reassure everyone that our schools have not suddenly become unsafe, but limiting the number of people who attend them is...

Schools: Exams - Private Notice Question (6 Jan 2021)

Lord Knight of Weymouth: My Lords, the summer exams were cancelled in Wales on 10 November, allowing time for schools and exam boards to develop robust alternative assessments. In Scotland, they followed suit on 8 December, yet Ministers in England dogmatically held out until Monday. They have catastrophically mishandled the impact of the pandemic on schools, on the digital divide, on free school meals, on last...

Covid-19 (6 Jan 2021)

Boris Johnson: ...including domestic abuse. We are advising the clinically extremely vulnerable to begin shielding again, and, because we must do everything possible to stop the spread of the disease, we have asked schools and colleges to close their doors to all except vulnerable children and those of critical workers. I do not think the House will be in any doubt about our determination—my...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Exams 2021: Exams 2021 (6 Jan 2021)

Jennette Arnold: .... Some work done in my office shows that when you compare the money received by Richmond upon Thames - one of the richest boroughs in the city, with the second-lowest number of children on free school meals in London at just over 2,000 - versus that received by Tower Hamlets, who on the other end have the highest number of children on free school meals at over 15,000, Richmond ended up...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Free School Meals (5 Jan 2021)

Lord Roberts of Llandudno: To ask Her Majesty's Government how many children were eligible for free school meals in (1) October 2018, and (2) October 2020; and what financial support they are providing to help pay for these meals.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: COVID-19: Impact on School Opening (31 Dec 2020)

William Humphrey: I thank the Member for giving way. He makes a salient point. The point that a principal in my constituency made to me was that, for many of those children, school is the only normality in their day, unfortunately. It is where, as another Member said, they get their only square meal of the day. We need to be mindful of those issues when those very difficult decisions are made. All those issues...

Business of the House (30 Dec 2020)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: ...service, and it is where it has support from British Government. Domestically, the British Government’s record is absolutely first class. We are working incredibly hard. We have expanded free school meals to all five to seven-year-olds, benefiting 1.4 million children. We have doubled free childcare for eligible working parents, and we will establish a £1 billion childcare fund, giving...

Education: Return in January (30 Dec 2020)

Kim Johnson: ...reality. How many of the thousands of laptops have made it to those in the greatest need? Has that been monitored? The national tutoring programme is projected to reach just 1 in 6 pupils on free school meals. Will the Minister join me in thanking and supporting all education and support staff in my constituency, who have gone above and beyond since the first lockdown to support both...

Written Answers — Department for Education: School Meals (23 Dec 2020)

Colleen Fletcher: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what guidance his Department issues on nutrition in packed lunches.

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 and Brexit (Disruption to Food Supplies) (23 Dec 2020)

...should be aware, we recently announced a £100 million winter support package, which contains measures such as extra money that goes directly to families with children who are in receipt of free school meals, extra funding for organisations that work with the most vulnerable and funding to address food poverty. We will keep under review our ability to provide more support and the...

Scottish Parliament: Banffshire and Buchan Coast (Action on Poverty) (23 Dec 2020)

Aileen Campbell: ...the pandemic, we have committed more than £0.5 billion, including up to £100 million through our winter plan for social protection. That includes a £100 payment for each child in receipt of free school meals, and more than £130 million to tackle food insecurity, including the provision of free school meals over the holiday periods.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Immigration: Finance (21 Dec 2020)

Baroness Lister of Burtersett: To ask Her Majesty's Government when the review on how immigration (1) status, and (2) restrictions, in particular no recourse to public funds, interact with free school meals and other educational entitlements will be (a) completed, and (b) published.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Children: Internet (21 Dec 2020)

Baroness Berridge: The department has provided laptops, tablets and connectivity support to schools and social care services during the COVID-19 outbreak to enable them to support disadvantaged and vulnerable children. Over the summer, over 220,000 laptops and tablets were provided to allow schools and social care services to support disadvantaged pupils in year 10, children with a social worker, and care...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Pupil Premium (18 Dec 2020)

Ben Bradley: ...of State for Education, what assessment he has made of the adequacy of funding allocated to the pupil premium to cover a potential increase in the number of pupils becoming eligible for free school meals in 2021.

Free Sanitary Products in Schools (17 Dec 2020)

Vicky Ford: ...if they are worried about being caught out? Two years ago, in Parliament Week, members of the guides from Essex told me that this was happening to girls in my constituency—they were missing school because of their period—and I joined Members from across both sides of the House in campaigning for free period products in schools. Back in 2019, in the spring statement, I was delighted...

Christmas Adjournment (17 Dec 2020)

Stuart Andrew: ...(Siobhain McDonagh) mentioned children having food. I will say clearly that I do not think there is anybody in this House who does not want to see our children have food—I was in receipt of free school meals myself, so I know how challenging it can be for families—but how we achieve that is sometimes an area of debate. That is why this Government are trying to do that through a...

Christmas Adjournment (17 Dec 2020)

Meg Hillier: ...constituents who are waiting. It is an uncertain year and an uncertain Christmas and, as it stands, there is no further money for the 12 months after March next year. Let me touch on the issue of schooling, and particularly the issues relating to covid. It has been a really challenging year for our schools and all the staff working in them, and of course the parents and pupils are affected...


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