Our school has returned to be fully open. Please find below our risk assessment. Parents are also updated with routines and information through our weekly school news.
What to do if anyone develops symptoms in your household
If anyone in your household has a new persistent cough, temperature (38C or greater) or loss/change to their sense of smell/taste, children should not come to school. If you, or anyone in your household, has symptoms the household should self isolate (stay at home):
· Anyone with symptoms must self-isolate for 10 days from when their symptoms started. They should not return to school, at the end of the 10 days, until they have been clear of a temperature for 48 hours
· Anyone who does not have symptoms but live in the household, must self-isolate for 14 days from when the first person in the household started having symptoms.
· If someone has symptoms, you should book a test for that person (including children under 5). A coronavirus test can be booked from the link below or by phoning 119. Results of the test indicate whether you continue to isolate or not.
If a test result is positive the trace system begins. People who have had close contact (face to face; within a metre; physical contact; less than 2m for more than 15 mins) all isolate for 14 days.
To book a test:
If you use a home test kit you might find the following video useful:
Please click here to find out the most recent restrictions for your area.
The Council’s Passenger Transport Group have provided school transport guidance for the Covid-19 emergency and published this on the following webpage: