As a school, nothing is more important to us than the safety of the children who come to learn here and our staff who work here. Below you will find lots of information on what we are doing to keep the community safe and also some other useful resources from various agencies.
The most important symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) are recent onset of any of the following:
If you have symptoms of COVID-19 however mild, self-isolate for at least 10 days from when your symptoms started. You should arrange to have a test to see if you have COVID-19 – go to testing to arrange. Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.
If your child has a sibling it is important that they also remain at home to isolate.
Got coronavirus symptoms? Get tested now.
There is a range of local testing options available to you, including a Mobile Testing Site with a mixture of walk-through and drive-through appointments for more information please click here.
NHS Test and Trace is an essential part of the Government’s response to stopping the spread of coronavirus and to save lives. Get tested and do your bit to protect your friends and family.
Claiming financial support under the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme
If you have symptoms of coronavirus, you should stay at home and self-isolate immediately to stop the spread of the virus and protect family, friends and your community. It’s vital that you play your part and follow the rules around self-isolation.
If you’re asked to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace and you’re on a low income, unable to work from home and will lose income as a result, you may be entitled to a payment of £500 from your local authority under the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme.
England has moved to Step 4
Although most legal restrictions have been lifted at Step 4 and many people have been vaccinated, it is still possible to catch and spread COVID-19, even if you are fully vaccinated.
COVID-19 will be a feature of our lives for the foreseeable future, so we need to learn to live with it and manage the risk to ourselves and others.
As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, it is important that we all use personal judgment to manage our own risk. All of us can play our part by exercising common sense and considering the risks. No situation is risk free, so we all need to understand the factors and settings that increase the risk of COVID-19 transmission and the actions that we can all take to reduce COVID-19 infection, both for ourselves and for others.
Following this guidance will help you to understand situations where there is a greater risk of catching or spreading COVID-19 and the steps that you can take to stay safe and protect others. Every action to help reduce the spread will reduce any further resurgence of the virus in the coming months.
Please CLICK HERE for the most up to date infromation on current restrictions.
Testing and Isolation from 17th January 2022