Parents must be vigilant and not send students to school if they are displaying ANY symptoms of being unwell as it is common for first signs to be symptoms other than the classic 3 of high temperature, cough and loss of taste/smell. Students should not return to school until they are fully recovered.
This flowchart shows step-by-step actions to follow when a student shows symptoms of coronavirus.
We are working hard to keep parents/carers and students up to date with any changes in school that are necessary as a result of the current coronavirus pandemic.
Some school policies and guidelines have been updated temporarily to reflect the current circumstances. Please read and be aware of changes to:
When changes need to be made or we have new information to share, we will update parents using the My Child App and social media – like our Facebook page to see the posts we share.
Food hampers are available for students required to isolate who usually receive free school meals. Along with a variety of foods for lunches and desserts, plus breakfast cereal, each hamper includes a recipe booklet of ideas for using the ingredients. Please call the office or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange hampers.
Our Executive Headteacher has been sharing the impact of COVID-19 in his regular blog posts/letters to parents, if you’ve missed any of these, you can catch up below, along with other updates relating to coronavirus:
Testing Privacy Form (see consent letter below)
Consent Letter to Parents (see privacy notice above)
The new national restrictions will apply across England from November 5th.
The new self-isolation period came into effect on December 14th.
The NHS has issued the following guidelines in relation to coronavirus prevention and testing: