Covid-19 related pupil absence
We are entering flu season and we understand that many children will start to have coughs and runny noses. As a parent you know your child better than anyone else, so if they are unwell we ask you to be cautious when deciding a course of action. Please use your discretion before sending your child into school with any illness, and if you are in any doubt please keep your child at home. This will help us to keep the school open. It is your responsibility as a parent to support us with this.
Please be aware that as a school we cannot give you any advice on what course of action to take. Please see the document above to help you in your decision making.
Risk Assessment for school activities during COVID 19 outbreak - September 2020
Leaflet produced by Children Services to help prepare families for face to face contact
Home School Agreement
Social story for returning to school
Child Protection Policy - Addendum School Closure
Coronavirus update 19th March 2020
Coronavirus update - 18th March 2020
Completing Work at Home
Coronavirus Update - 17th March 2020
Update: 17th March 2020
Following on from the government announcement yesterday evening, the guidance for self-isolation has been updated:
If your child or anyone in your family develops a new, persistent dry cough or a fever, the whole family should isolate for 14 days.
For those that were self-isolating a child yesterday, then we do not expect them or their siblings in school for the next 14 days.
Due to the volume of calls we are currently receiving, please email the school on firstname.lastname@example.org. Please try to avoid coming to the school office wherever possible.
Coronavirus Update - 16th March 2020
Coronavirus information and advice for parents
The Government has launched a helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education.
Parents can contact the helpline on:
Phone: 0800 046 8687
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)