Stay Home - Protect the NHS - Save Lives
We hope you are all well and staying safe at home. The staff and governors send their love and best wishes to you all, but particularly the children who we are missing greatly from our daily lives. During this unpresidented time of national emergency we continue to follow government advice about coronavirus, which is at present to stay closed to all but key worker and vulnerable children. (link to Govt advice).
If you are a key worker or have been informed your child is classed as vulnerable, please contact the school to arrange an appropriate place in school. The school is open from 8.00am 3:15pm, Monday to Friday, (Including the Easter Holidays and Bank Holidays).
We recieve daily updates from the Departmnt for Education which provide both community information and a range of resources to help families with home learning, etc.
- Covid 19 – Guidance on what to do
- Guidance for parents and carers on supporting young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus outbreak.
- Closure of education settings: information for parents and carers.
- DFE – List of Online Learning Resources for Home Learning
- Guidance on what to do if someone in your house is ill.
The importance of good personal hygiene, including regular hand-washing, to prevent the spread of infection continues to be stressed at school and home.
Public Health England remind parents not to go to a pharmacy, GP or hospital if they suspect their child has any of the symptoms. They need to keep their child at home; follow the stay at home advice as best they can; and only contact NHS 111 or use NHS 111 online (which is being updated) or phone their GP if their symptoms deteriorate.
We will update this page as Government advice changes.
Please stay in and keep safe.