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Information about Coronavirus

If you, your child, or any member of your household shows any symptoms of coronavirus please do not come to school but follow government guidelines about self-isolating.

 

If your child is coming back into school you may have some questions...

 

Does my child have to wear school uniform?

Yes please. Black shoes or plain trainers can be worn.

 

Does my child need PE kit?

We will be getting changed for PE sessions once everyone is settled back in.

 

Do I have to bring a packed lunch? What about a water bottle?

It's up to you. Meals are still being provided, but you can bring a packed lunch in a washable lunch box. Please send your child's water bottle in - we'll refill it if they run out.

 

What time should we arrive?

We will be operating staggered start and finish times to minimise the number of people trying to access the school site at any one time. It is therefore important that you arrive on time to minimise the risk of different groups of children mixing. The details for your child(ren) will be given to you separately. Check with us if you're not sure.

 

Who can bring my child to school?

Only one adult should bring your child to school and we will not be allowing parents into the school building without making an appointment by telephone or email. Please adhere to social distancing whilst bringing and collecting your child.  

 

What will a typical day look like?

There is further information about the extra measures we have put in place in the document September Opening. 

 

During the day your child will take part in learning activities, but we will initially have a stronger focus on wellbeing. Academically, we will focus on phonics, writing and maths. However, the children will still enjoy art and craft as well as physical activity.

 

The children will be able to play with their friends and enjoy playtime with each other - albeit within their class, rather than whole school.

 

If you have any other questions please just call us.


 

Parent Pack - how to support your child's wellbeing