Coronavirus Latest Guidance - April 2022

Stay at home if you have respiratory symptoms or a positive COVID test

Although there is no longer a legal requirement to self-isolate, we advise that people with symptoms of COVID-19 or other respiratory infections should try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people, particularly with people who have a high risk of becoming seriously ill if they get COVID-19. People can return to work or school when they no longer have a high temperature or no longer feel unwell.

Children and young people under 18 yrs. are no longer advised to test for COVID-19, unless directed by a health professional. If a child or young people have a positive COVID-19 test they should try to stay at home for 3 days after the test. Household contacts of someone with COVID-19 should continue to attend school as usual.

People aged 18 or over who get a positive COVID-19 test result should try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people for 5 days after the test. If they need to leave their home during those 5 days, they should wear a face covering and avoid enclosed and crowded spaces.

People who live in the same household of someone with COVID-19, or who stayed overnight in the same house, should reinforce measures to avoid spreading respiratory infections to other people for 10 days. They should avoid contact with people with a higher risk of severe COVID-19 infection and use a face covering if going to enclosed or crowded spaces.

The School Day - September 2021

Start time End of day Lining up

Nursery AM ` 8.30am 11.30am (doors open at 11.20am) Nursery

Nursery PM 12.10pm 3.10pm (doors open at 3pm) Nursery

Reception 8.40am 3.00 pm KS1 Playground

Year 1 8.45am 3.05pm KS1 Playground

Year 2 8.45am 3.05pm KS1 Playground

Year 3 8.45am 3.05pm KS1 Playground

Year 4 8.45am 3.05pm KS2 Playground (Football area)

Year 5 8.45am 3.05pm KS2 Playground (Basket ball court)

Year 6 8.45am 3.05pm KS2 Playground (Basketball court)

Remote Learning

Isolating pupils will continue to receive learning remotely. School has devices (Chromebooks/ net books ) which can be loaned to support learning. We will provide learning through a mix of paper based tasks/activities and online lessons.

Please see our learning at home page for ideas/ websites and apps which will help your child learn at home.

Please find below:

  • School's Covid Risk assessment and Contigency (outbreak management ) Plan

  • Latest Government Guidance for parents

  • If you require paper copies of any of these documents please contact the school office by phone - 01535 604656