We have added this page as we are getting more and more information for parents that we want to share with you, about the school, education and general Coronavirus information. Please keep checking this page for update information.
Please see the latest guidance from the DfE for parents.
On 22 June, the Government set out a series of steps for further relaxing shielding guidance which will come into effect on 6 July and 1 August, taking into account that coronavirus (COVID-19) infection rates have decreased significantly over the last few weeks.
From 1 August, the Government will be advising that shielding will be paused. From this date, those people previously shielding are advised to adopt strict social distancing rather than full shielding measures. Children who are clinically extremely vulnerable can return to their education settings if they are eligible and in line with their peers.
Where possible children should practice frequent hand washing and social distancing. The Public Health England guidance for people who are shielding has been updated to reflect the changes.
The Government’s Holiday Activities and Food programme will support up to 50,000 disadvantaged children across 17 local authority areas and help them to stay healthy and active this summer. Ten providers were successful in their bid for the programme, and each organisation will deliver at least four weeks of free activities and healthy food during July and August 2020.
What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus
Please refer to our policy page to see specific Covid-19 Policies and policies that have been amended to reflect changes in school due to Covid-19.
Specific policies are:
Health and Safety Policy
Social Distancing Policy
First Aid Policy
Infectious Disease Policy