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What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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Guidance for parents and carers of children attending out-of-school settings during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Click on the image to access the link.

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Dropping Off and Picking Up

Drop Off and Pick Ups.mp4

Home Learning

It is important that children continue to learn at home during a quarantine period. Please follow the link, by clicking on the image, to our home learning page to access the learning support lessons and resources.

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Not in school? You could...

What to do when you are not in school.mp4

Rainbow Challenge

Rainbow Challenge.mov

Returning to School

Please follow the link for a guide for children returning to school this September, adapted for learners who use English as an Additional Language by The Bell Foundation.

https://www.bell-foundation.org.uk/eal-programme/guidance/covid-19-guidance-and-resources/guidance-for-learners/

Behaviour Policy

Covid-19 ANNEXE TO BEHAVIOUR POLICY

This annexe will apply whilst Social Distancing measures are in place for the Corona Virus pandemic.

In addition to the measures, principles and sanctions outlined in our Behaviour Policy, during the pandemic any child who puts their own or other’s safety and well-being under threat will have to remain at home.

Actions that would make this necessary include:

  • Spitting
  • Deliberately coughing over another person
  • Throwing food or resources
  • Leaving their designated area without the permission of an adult
  • Any deliberate act that causes an adult to have to leave their designated area thus putting others at risk of cross contamination

Due to the infectious nature of the virus and our concern for everyone’s safety these measures will be applied strictly.   As stated above this needs to be consistently applied to limit the possibility of the spread of infection.  Consideration will be given to when it is appropriate for the child to return to school on an individual case basis. 

Illnesses

Please do not send your child to school if they are ill in any way whatsoever.

If your child or anyone in your household is displaying signs of Coronavirus please follow the very clear Government guidelines.  Visit NHS online or call 119 to request a test.  Stay at home and self-isolate as a family until you have your test results.  If negative your child can return to school, if positive you will need to inform school and follow Public Health England advice to self-isolate for up to 14 days.

If any child or adult at school has a confirmed case of Coronavirus, all children and adults from that class will be asked to isolate for 14 days.

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