COVID-19 INFORMATION

 

During the Coronavirus pandemic this page will help support our families with guidance from the government and Public Health England.

COVID UPDATE (w/b 19/04/2022)

 We will update the information when there are changes

 

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As you will know from our weekly letters, we are following current guidance which states that other children in the class do not need to isolate. However, we would ask all parents, particularly those who have children in the classes above to watch out for their children displaying any of the following Covid-19 symptoms:

Continuous dry cough

High temperature (38 or above)

Loss of taste or smell

 

If your child displays any of the above symptoms then please notify the school and book a PCR test for them, and ensure that they DO NOT ATTEND SCHOOL whilst awaiting the results of their test. This is very important!

 

If you have any concerns or your child displays any symptoms of a cold (runny nose, sore throat, headache, aches and pains) please do an LFD test. If this test is positive, please inform the school and book a free confirmatory PCR test through the gov.uk website as soon as possible. Your child will have to isolate for 10 days but can return to school earlier if they have a negative test on day 6 and day 7 of their isolation. Siblings no longer have to isolate but will need to take daily LFD tests for 7 days and can come in to school if these are negative.
 

All PCR and LFD test results need to be emailed to the school office with a photo attachment of the results. 


Updated Risk Assessment 14th January 2022 ; 

 

Please Click here Information for parents and carers on COVID-19 vaccination for at risk 5 to 11 year olds

Children First Risk Assessment 

Please click here Children First Trust Risk Assessment and Contingency Framework

Families can collect free packs of LFTs from local pharmacies including those listed below:

 

 

Covid 19 Testing Website – Click here to book a test online 

Public Health England Advice - Click here to read

NHS 111 - Click here to read

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