School Risk assessment for September 2020 opening
Click Here to view the school’s Risk Assessment in preparation of school re-opening in September.
Click Here to view the Covid-19 Risk Assessment Addendum for full return to school March 2021.
|Coronavirus Related Absence – Guide for Parents and Carers|
|What to do if…||Action needed…||Return to school when…|
|… my child has coronavirus symptoms.||
||… the test comes back negative (see below for a positive test result)|
|… my child has symptoms and tests positive.||
||… they feel better and have completed the self-isolation period. They can return to school after 10 days even if they have a cough or loss of smell/ taste as these symptoms can last for several weeks once the infection is gone.|
|… my child does not have symptoms but tests positive.||
||… they feel better and have completed the self-isolation period. If they develop symptoms during this time then begin self-isolation for 10 days from this day.|
|… somebody in my household has coronavirus symptoms||
||… your household member tests negative
(see below for a positive test result)
|… somebody in my household has tested positive for coronavirus.||
||… your child has completed 10 days of self-isolation and has no symptoms or positive test result (in which case follow guidance above for a positive test result)|
|… NHS test and trace have identified my child has a ‘close contact’ of somebody with symptoms or confirmed coronavirus.||
||… your child has completed 10 days of self-isolation with no symptoms.|
|… we/my child has travelled and has to self-isolate for a period of quarantine.||
If required to quarantine:
|… the quarantine period has been completed.|
|… we have received medical advice that my child must resume shielding (possibly in the event of a local outbreak).||
||… medical advice is given that temporary shielding is no longer required.|
We will post information, letters and helpful guides concerning COVID-19 on this page.