Ensuring all of our students, families, and staff are safe and healthy is of paramount importance, especially during this global pandemic.
In considering the health & safety of our community, the school has completed a COVID-19 Risk Assessment and the Governors are satisfied that the results of this allow for the school to remain open with mitigating controls in place to cover all key risk areas.
This risk assessment remains under constant review and monitoring by Senior Management, and the Board of Governors.
The School continues to take measures to minimise the risk of transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19). This public health advice, is endorsed by Public Health England (PHE).
In line with the government guidance on what parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during COVID-19, we have created a useful guide of FAQs.
These can be found below:
- When are you required to self-isolate?
- How and when will school inform parents whose children are required to self-isolate because of close contact?
- Are children who are Clinically Extremely Vulnerable (CEV) required to be at school?
- What does the school now require in terms of face coverings?
- Which areas have been designated as communal?
- How do I report a positive COVID test or self-isolation?
- Who will be taught remotely?
- What about Sports and Co-curricular activities?
- What about Drama and Music?
- Is after-school prep still on as usual?