On this page you will find all the information and resources regarding Covid-19 in our setting.
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If you need to inform the school of anything Covid related i.e. a positive test or self isolation please email the following address
Update 2nd March – School Reopening 8th March
We are so happy to be welcoming all of our children back into school on Monday 8th March 2021.
Thank you all for your support with home learning. We am sure that at times it has been difficult so thank you.
When we fully open on Monday 8th March things will not be too different from when we opened in September 2020. Attendance is mandatory and therefore we expect all pupils to be in. The usual rules on attendance will apply, including:
- parents’ duty to ensure that their child of compulsory school age attends regularly at the school where the child is a registered pupil
- schools’ responsibilities to record attendance and follow up absence
- the ability to issue sanctions, including fixed penalty notices, in line with local authorities’ codes of conduct
Children will be in their phase group bubbles and their own classrooms as they were before we broke up for Christmas.
You can find full details in the attached letter.
Update 14th January – Free School Meals Update
I am sure that you will have seen the press coverage recently about the Free school meal provisions across the country. The quality of the hampers that are being provided are not of a high enough quality. The government has released that schools will be able to access FSM vouchers as we did during the first school closure.
We know that providing vouchers is the best option and so we will be signing up to these vouchers again when able to do so. Please keep an eye out for communication from us over the next few days as it will give you the information in which you will need.
Update 12th January – Closure Of Year 1/2 Bubble
We have been notified today of a positive case of Covid-19 in our Year 1/2 bubble.
We have been in consultation with the Health Protection Team at Public Health England and have taken their advice. As a result, the children and staff in the Year 1/2 bubble will now be isolating for 10 days until Wednesday 20th January inclusive. This is a precautionary measure in order to reduce the possible spread of the virus to family, friends and the wider community. Others in the same household as Year 1/2 children, including siblings, will not need to self-isolate unless the Year 1/2 child becomes symptomatic themselves.
Parents must not bring any Year 1/2 pupils to the school when dropping or collecting siblings. This is in contravention of the government guidelines as all Year 1/2 pupils who had face to face teaching must isolate for 10 days.
Please download the letter below for further information.