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February 2022 half-term food provision (FSM only)

Dear Parent/Carer We are writing to let you know that children and young people with a current / protected benefits-related Free School Meals (FSM) claim are being offered free access to food, funded through the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Household Support Fund, during the February 2022 half-term holiday week (21 to 27 February 2022). To access this support, your child must be in Reception to Year 13 inclusive, attending a qualifying Wolverhampton school or Academy and have a current / protected benefits-related Free School Meals (FSM) in place. You will need to register your interest online at between Friday 28 January and Sunday 6 February 2022 inclusive, if your child is attending a qualifying setting in Wolverhampton and: · your child has a current / protected FSM claim in place; or · you meet the statutory eligibility criteria for benefits-related Free School Meals (FSM), not Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM) If you don’t meet these requirements, please contact your child/ren’s school/s, childcare provider or other educational setting to discuss your circumstances in confidence. If you don't have access to the internet, you can apply by calling the Stay Safe Be Kind helpline on (01902) 290241 (during office hours) between Monday 31 January and Friday 4 February 2022 inclusive. UIFSM are free meals provided to all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2, regardless of their family circumstances. These are only available during term-time to children who are attending school.

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