This Covid-19 information guide will give you information about what to do if your child is unwell and what will happen if they have Covid-19 symptoms.
Click here for the video guide which shows you how to drop off and pick up your child and the measures we are taking to keep your family safe. We ask that you please social distance while you line your children up ready for drop off and arrive only at the specfied times to avoid crowding.
Please see the current Risk assessment in place for Summer Term 2021 by clicking here.
See Covid-19 Risk Assessment for Spring Term 2021 (updated 1 January 2021) by clicking here.
See Covid-19 Risk Assessment National Lockdown II - Jan 2021 by clicking here
All previous iterations of our Covid Risk Assessments, reviewed reguarly, can be found here, with reviewed and amended actions.
Please see Covid-19 Risk Assessment for Physical Education - Autumn Term 2020 by clicking here.
Please see Covid-19 Risk Assessment for Music - Autumn Term 2020 by clicking here.
Please see Covid-19 Safeguarding Appendix to policy by clicking here
If your child is unwell and you are not sure what to do, please call 111.
Please do not bring your child to school unless advised to do so by 111.
Click here for our Continuity of Education Plan
This explains the different tiers of planning and learning support for your child if they are unable to attend school due to Covid-19. It is important that you keep us updated of email addresses and if you no longer have access to the internet or need a device.
Our continuity of learning relies on internet and devices to link up to live teaching and SWAYs.
We have a Chromebook strategy to support families in need of devices and internet. Please contact Rebecca Pether (Attendance Officer) if you require assistance.