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Coronavirus Information

A Really Useful Information Leaflet

Reopening School: Parent Information Booklet.

As we will be opening to all pupils in September it is vitally important that all parents/carers read this booklet extremely carefully so that you know what to expect and can help to prepare your child. The booklet contains vitally important information about start and finish times, routines, controls and measures and all of our responsibilities in terms of keeping everyone safe. 

 

A vast amount of work has been put into devising a detailed risk assessment, looking at identified hazards and controls and measures to be implemented to ensure that everyone is as safe as possible and that we are following Government guidance and Local Authority advice. 

 

Many thanks Mrs Shaw

 

School Reopening Information Booklet

Guidance to Support Reopening of Schools

The government have released some guidance to support schools, families and communities to begin planning for the safe reopening of schools in September. 
We will continue to update you as much as we can and will share all information as we receive it.
Keep safe.

Primary School Leaflet - What Parents Need to Know

Staying at home can help stop coronavirus spreading

You'll need to stay at home if you have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) or live with someone who does.

Staying at home means you should:

  • not go to work, school or public areas
  • not use public transport or taxis
  • not have visitors, such as friends and family, in your home
  • not go out to buy food or collect medicine – order them by phone or online, or ask someone else to drop them off at your home

You can use your garden, if you have one. You can also leave the house to exercise – but stay at least 2 metres away from other people.

Taking Responsibility: Effective Hand Washing

We are all following sensible Government advice- even if this means we are missing some of our learning time and break times. 

All children, staff and visitors are asked to wash their hands before they leave home and when they arrive in our school.

 

We are also making sure that we wash our hands for 20 seconds using soap and running water.

There are lots of times during the day when we are learning that it is important to wash our hands. We wash our hands:

  • before leaving home
  • on arrival at school
  • after using the toilet
  • after breaks and sporting activities
  • before food preparation
  • before eating any food, including snacks
  • before leaving school.

 

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