Key information about COVID19 and School
Updated March 2022
Below you will find:
- Latest School Risk Assessment
- Start and End Times of the School Day
- Remote Learning Offer
- Catch up Funding Spend information
- Looking after wellbeing
- Useful Links
Click here to see the latest risk assessment for returning to school.
1. If your child has symptoms of COVID19 they MUST NOT come to school, take a PCR test and, if positive, isolate for 6 days. They should only return when they are feeling well.
2. Siblings can come to school, if they DO NOT have symptoms. It is advised that you take them for a PCR test and they stay at home and wait for the result before returning to school.
3. If your child has symptoms in school, we will phone you and ask you to pick up that child whilst the siblings remain in school.
4.Please let the office know if your child is absent due to COVID19 and please email us the result at firstname.lastname@example.org
5. If there is a school outbreak we would NOT accept children back to school without a negative PCR test. This is to keep all children and staff safe. If there is one or more positive cases, we would ask all children within a class to take a PCR and wait results. We would provide online learning at this point.
(2)START & END TIMES OF THE SCHOOL DAY
We are running a normal day.
School starts at 8:40am for pupils in Years 1-6.
Reception and Nursery will start at 8:50am
End of day pick up is at 3:10pm.
Please ensure your child is on time. All parents and children should enter and exit from the mian gate.
In order for your child to be successful at school, they MUST attend school everyday. It is really important that you make every effort to get your children to school on time so that they can settle into their day and not miss out on any learning time.
If your child is unwell, please let the school know by phoning the school office.
You must always let us know why your child is unable to attend school.
(4) REMOTE LEARNING OFFER
To see our full remote learning offer for self isolation and a full lockdown. Please go to:
'Parents' tab, and then 'Learning From Home' .
The Remote Learning Policy can be found in the 'Information' tab, and then 'Policies'
What do I do if my child is unwell?
If your child is unwell you must let the office know.
Do not send your child to school if they have any symptoms of COVID19:
- Dry cough
- loss of smell and taste or
- a temperature
If your child is unwell in school, they will be sent home.
What will learning look like?
Learning continues to be of a high standard. Learning is back to normal however, children will have time each week to use the Google classroom to complete various activities.This is to ensure they continue to be confident using it in case of a local lockdown or self ioslation. We will also be using the Google classroom for homework.
(6)Looking after wellbeing
Staff are always available to speak to children if they have any concerns, anxieties or worries about anything. We have a safeguarding team and Mental Health First Aiders who know how to support children.
Things are a little bit different at the moment they may have concerns or worries and do not know who to share them with.
Children can talk to us about worries they might have including:
(7) Links/ More Information
You can still contact us on the school office phone number or via email email@example.com
How to talk to your child about the Coronavirus
Some good advice about how to support your children and talk to them about the Coronavirus
Get your children to watch this:
How to wash your hands
Go Zen! - Anxiety relief for children - https://gozen.com/
Child Mind Institue - https://childmind.org/article/anxiety-and-coping-with-coronavirus/
Young Minds -https://youngminds.org.uk/find-help/looking-after-yourself/coronavirus-and-mental-health/
Calm zone Childline - https://www.childline.org.uk/toolbox/calm-zone/
Where can I go to get support to help keep my child safe online?
There is a lot of support available to keep your child safe online. Below are some useful links to help parents and carers:
- Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)
- Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
- Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
- LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
- Net-aware (support for parents and careers from the NSPCC)