LATEST COVID NEWS & INFORMATION:
15.04.21 Returning to School Safely Video
31.03.21 COVID & contact tracing over Easter
Contact tracing for pupils is only necessary until Easter Saturday. After Sunday 4th, you do not need to let the school know about a positive case unless it affects your child’s ability to return to school after the holidays. If the result is from a home testing kit (LFT) then you should still let us know but book a PCR test to confirm: https://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/covidcommunitytesting
19.03.21 Information from Public Health & Warwickshire County Council:
04.03.21 Information ahead of schools reopening on March 8th:
Should I send my child to school?
Attendance at school is mandatory from Monday 8th March. To help keep your child and fellow students safe, your child should not come to school if:
- They are feeling unwell or are experiencing any coronavirus symptoms (If in doubt, book a test. If positive, isolate for 10 days from start of symptoms)
- They have tested positive for coronavirus and are within the 10 day isolation period
- They are sharing a household or support bubble with someone with symptoms (person with symptoms to be tested, if negative can return to usual activities; if positive, you must isolate for 10 days from last contact)
- They have been advised by the NHS test and trace service to self-isolate or aware they are a close contact of someone who has tested positive for coronavirus (isolate for 10 days from last contact)
- They have returned from abroad and government guidance states they need to quarantine for 10 days
If you are not sure if you child should or
should not go to school please call the school office.
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