School Changes

Full school opening in March 2021:

Following the government announcement of a full return to school in March 2021, we have updated our parent handbook to reflect current guidelines and to address frequently asked questions. This has been shared with parents and carers and is available here: Parent Handbook Partial Full Opening March 2021

We have updated our Risk Assessment in light of current guidelines, please note this is under constant review.

Details of our remote education provision can be found here: Remote Learning information

Coronavirus symptoms – advice and links for parents

We ask parents and carers to inform us of any positive case which may impact on the safe running of the school. Further details can be found in the handbook or here: Coronavirus Contact Number

There are a number of useful sites and guides that parents can refer to if they notice any of the symptoms of coronavirus within their household. Public Health England have produced the following guide to support households:

Stay at home: What to do if you or someone you share your home with has coronavirus symptoms

The government has also produced the following guidance for parents as part of their return to school programme:

Stay at home guidance for households with possible or confirmed coronavirus (Covid-19) infection

Further information and advice can be found at:

NHS 111 – check your symptoms

Get a free NHS test

Wellbeing: 

It is understandable that some children and families may have concerns about mental health, anxieties and pupil wellbeing. Please see our wellbeing resources for more information on how school and home can work together to support our children. 

Further resources for supporting your home learners: 

Top Tips to Support Reading at Home

Supporting Home Routines

Reading with TRUST