The documents below outline our remobilisation for this academic year. Please note that the risk assessment is a working document and is subject to regular updating as guidance is changed. Please contact us if you would like the most up to date assessment.
With the COVID-19 guidance directives, it can sometimes be difficult to know what you should do if a close contact or pupil starts having COVID-19 symptoms. In an effort to summarise these directives, we have put together a decision tree (see below), which we hope will provide you with easy-to-follow steps, should you need them. We do ask that you refer to this chart in the first instance, but please don’t hesitate to contact the school should you still have any questions.
We would also ask that should you, or a household member, become symptomatic or suspect that you may be symptomatic, please do not send your child into school from that moment. At this point, the entire household should isolate and remain at home until the test result is received. If the test result is positive, then the household will be required to continue to self isolate for 10 days.
Government Guidance for Parents:
COvid plans and risk assessment
- School ArrangementS, September 2020
- Return for all children, March 2021
- Protective Measures Risk Assessment
- Catch-up Funding Plan
Remote Learning Documents
- remote Learning Procedures
- Final arrangements for school closure - January 2021
- Remote Learning Provision
- Getting Started with Google Classroom - Student Guide
- How to Make a Success of Remote Learning at Home
- Google Classroom Guidelines
- Google Meet Rules