20th November 2020
COVID - 19
It seems a long time ago since I sent out the parental guidance in relation to COVID - 19 and of course there are now more restrictions in place than in September. Please could I remind you of the following key points:
Government guidance states that only one adult should drop off or collect a child. This applies even if the adults are not coming into the playground ,
as the surrounding alley or pavement is still very crowded. The intention is that this will minimise the number of adults within the busy school area.
Government guidance states that all parents should leave the school vicinity as soon as their child has gone into school. They should not stay to talk to parents with children in other bubbles.
If any family member develops symptoms even for a short period of time or takes a test, all members of the family must self - isolate and children must not come into school unless a negative result is received.
Masks should be worn in the playground and must be worn if you wish to speak to a member of staff or come in to the Reception area.
Please notify school immediately of any positive test.
We are required to keep all areas well ventilated so windows in school are open.Therefore, you may wish to ensure that your child wears tights, skins or vests if they are complaining of the cold. We are more than happy for the children to wear coats if necessary although the children don’t seem to feel the cold in the same way that staff do!
A number of parents have asked about the possibility of ordering a school ‘fleece’ that the children can put on as a further layer so Mrs Clarke is looking into this.
2nd November 2020
Click here to view the Isolation Diary. This can be accessed by all pupils who have been sent home in their class bubbles with a positive COVID case and is a way of us as a school to help provide support.
22nd September 2020
8th April 2020
The Wellbeing and Mental Health helpline is now open 24/7 to help people deal with the implications of the Coronavirus pandemic on their mental health.
If you need mental health support call 0800 915 4640 or text 'Hello' to 07862 022846 there is more information at www.lscft.nhs.uk/news/814
20th March 2020
Click here to view the government guidance to schools issued on 19th March 2020.