The school is currently open only to specific year groups and priority groups as advised by the government. Further details of our provision have been sent to parents and carers via ParentMail.
The school has implemented measures in order to limit the possibility of any infection spreading between groups. However, if one of our pupils or members of staff does develop symptoms of COVID-19, we will follow the following process, taken from DfE advice to schools:
- Any child or adult exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19 must not come to the school. If in doubt, please stay away so that we can protect our school community from infection as much as possible. Please email the school to alert us if your child, or someone in your family develops symptoms.
- If a child (or member of staff) develops symptoms, he or she will be sent home and asked to book a test. They are advised to self-isolate for 7 days or until a test proves negative. Their fellow household members should also self-isolate, but for 14 days. Please email the school to alert us of your child’s test results, or if you child needs to isolate.
- If a child or staff member tests positive, the rest of their class group will be sent home and advised to self-isolate for 14 days. Please note that you may be asked to collect your child from school at short notice as a result of this. Other household members of that class/group do not need to self-isolate unless the child or staff member they live with subsequently develops symptoms or tests positive.
1 June 2020