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We carefully ensure that the school environment is as safe as possible for pupils, their families and for staff while we work through the coronavirus pandemic. A comprehensive and thorough risk assessment is regularly reviewed and this process informs the control measures that we operate with. Key aspects of the safety measures in place in school are: 

  • We ensure that contact with people that are unwell is minimised – pupils must not come to school if they or anyone in their household has symptoms of coronavirus. Parents are contacted to arrange collection of pupils that develop symptoms during the school day. 
  • Pupils learn in groups or bubbles (Early Years, Y1 & 2, Y3 & 4, Y5 & 6). These units operate separately to reduce contact between pupils. With our class sizes being smaller than the average nationally, there is an added safety benefit. Teaching staff work largely with one group of pupils. 
  • We ask that only one adult accompanies pupils to school at any one time. Parents are welcome to enter the school site to drop off their child at their child’s classroom, but we ask that parents do not enter the buildings or gather on the school site.
  • We recommend that all parents entering the school premises wear a face covering in addition to social distancing. Please note that this does not apply to those who are medically exempt.  
  • For those travelling by car we ask that you wait in your vehicle until drop off or collection time. This will reduce the amount of people assembling in and around the school grounds and will help with social distancing. 
  • An enhanced cleaning programme is in place, with frequently touched surfaces, such as door handles, and the toilet facilities cleaned during the school day as well as at the usual times. 
  • We continue to provide guidance on handwashing, prompting pupils to do this on arrival at school and before leaving at the end of the day, as well as at key points during the day. The ‘catch it, bin it, kill it’ approach also continues to be very important. Tissues are available in all classrooms to catch sneezes and we regularly remind pupils to help everyone by getting this aspect of hygiene right.
  • Our classrooms have been arranged to maximise distancing and measures are in place to help everyone maintain distance from one another during each aspect of the school day. Please note that we recognise that the youngest pupils in early years cannot be expected to remain 2m apart from each other and staff.

Covid-19 Remote Education Provision: Information for Parents

This information explains what to expect if a pupil, class or the whole school is required to stay at home, either to self-isolate or due to school closure, locally or nationally. 

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