Please note that face coverings are to be worn by adults dropping off and picking up from school from Tuesday 3rd November.
The DfE have updated their parents' information here.
Do take a look at our Remote Learning Policy which will advise you what will happen if children are unable to learn at school.
If a teacher is remote teaching from home, he/she will zoom link into the classroom, where the teacher will be supported in class by teaching assistants.
If you or anyone in your household has one of the following symptoms, your child should not attend school and you should engage with the NHS Test and Trace and self-isolation processes. Please ring or email the School Office to report suspected or confirmed cases.
During the holiday please continue to contact us about suspected or confirmed cases via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further details about what action parents should take in certain circumstances please click here. Please do ring the School Office and we will be happy to help you!
We are working hard to keep everyone safe.
How to get tested - Coronavirus (COVID-19): getting tested - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
Track and Trace – How it works - NHS Test and Trace: how it works - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
Please be aware that even if you are not in school, you need to notify the school office, if your child has tested positive so that we can add this to our records.
Coronavirus Funding Report